Posts tagged “trees

Looking up Palm Valley

Recently I was approached about shooting landscapes of a 150 acre property west of Maleny. I don’t normally do commissioned work as the galleries keep us busy enough:-) I’m glad I took on this project though, as this place is truly amazing. Here’s an image from a spot on the property called Palm Valley. I’ve just framed this one up for my Maleny gallery it looks great! Check out my website and my facebook page for more new images.

Palm Valley

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Rolling Hills Maleny

One from up in the hills at Maleny looking out over the Glasshouse Mountains. Check out my website and my facebook page for more new images.

Rolling Hills Maleny


Dragon Cave

I recently did a road trip through Western Quennsland looking for new images and locations. This is a little spot I came across called the Dragon Cave, captured at sunset just before the sun dipped below the mountains. Check out my website and my facebook page for more new images.

Camera- Nikon d800e

Lens- Nikkor 16-35

Dragon-Cave


Picaninny Creek Sunset

I spent a few hours exploring Picaninny Creek at the Bungle Bungle on my last afternoon there. The sunset didn’t look like it was going to do anything exciting, but in the end lit the place up nicely. Also I’ve just returned from a trip out to western Queensland so I’ve got a heap of new images coming! Check out my website and my facebook page for more new images.

Camera- Nikon d800e

Lens- 50mm F1.4

10 image stitch

Picaninny-Creek-Sunset


Bungle Bungle Sunset Panorama

This is the same spot as my recent post from the Bungle Bungle, this image was captured earlier while there was a nice glow in the clouds. I’ve also posted some other new images on my website and my facebook page.

Camera- Nikon d800e

Lens- 50mm f1.4

10 image stitch.

Bungles-Pano

 


Light on the Cliff

On our way to the Bungle Bungle from Broome we found this spot named Ngumpan Cliff. Check out my website and my facebook page for more new images.

Camera- Nikon d800e

Lens- Carl Zeiss 21mm 2.8


Bungle Bungle at Dusk

This was my first sunset at the Bungle Bungle, I had nothing but clear blue sky all day then just before sunset I saw one lone cloud on the horizon. Not too long after seeing that first cloud the clouds you see in this photo came through and lit the place up, this image was just after the colour had mostly gone but I really liked the afterglow on the beehive domes.  I’ve also posted some other new images on my website and my facebook page.

Camera- Nikon d800e

Lens- Carl Zeiss 21mm 2.8

 


POP UP!

Last week I did a pop up gallery at one of Brisbane’s newest riverside office towers. This is new ground for me, I’m used to having my own gallery and attending art fairs and markets but setting up for a short period with massive amounts of traffic was a great experience.


Gunlom Falls

Here’s an image from Gunlom Falls in Kakadu NP, NT. We really enjoyed this spot as it was a welcome break from the heat, fires burning and smoke haze. This one was a triple row stitch with the 50mm 1.4 lens then cropped to a 5×4 ratio.

 


Kimberley Roadtrip 2012

I’ve just returned from my latest travels starting in Darwin through Kakadu, along the Gibb River Road to Broome and back again through the Bungle Bungle, all up about 5000km’s. What a fantastic part of Australia! It was fairly dry but as it was the start of the buildup to the wet, generally the light was great in the afternoons. This image of a Kimberley Boab is from the Gibb River Road with the Cockburn Rangers and an almost full moon in the background, taken with the Nikon D800e and my Zeiss 21mm 2.8 Lens.