My father was the Project Manager on this job in '64, '65 and '66. Spent my summers up here as a kid.
I was thinking that just a normal camera took this photo - and because it is just displayed at a dulled resolution on the web that over exposure isn't obvious. But the definition is too high on the moon shadings - so it must be a composite. Composite photos should be captioned as such, especially if claiming photographic skill points.
Just so you can see the scale, the small white shape on the very corner of the building (in the shadow) is a white 4WD vehicle. the inverted pyramid of dots in the right of the picture are 300 44 gallon drums used to hold part of the antenna when it is lowered for maintainence.
Last year the Australian Department of Defence published a history of the US naval communication station called Calls to the Deep. You might be interested in it. (I wrote it)
do you live in broulee? i do, if you do i might know you. good photo by the way!