Photography from the wilderness of Tasmania, Australia.
My aim is to capture, share and focus attention on the beauty of the natural world as I see it.
Utilising my own skill, professional cameras and lenses and a solid tripod, I strive to achieve the most detailed and high-quality images possible. Post-processing is kept to the minimum required to allow the viewer of my work to stand where I stood, to share the uniqueness of the captured moment.
My goal is to achieve the highest possible standards in all respects. I extend to you a great level of care and attention to detail I show in my approach to photography.
I trust you enjoy the results.
My website and gallery
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I would like to take this opportunity to thank the many artists and visitors alike for commenting so positively on my photography.
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Wilderness of Tasmania 2011 Calendar / Hello to everyone! / Many of you have been following my calendars each year. From 2011 onwards, as well as putting together a calendar of my own selection and making it available for purchase here at Redbubble, I am now giving you the opportunity to build your own calendar from my images at no extra charge. / What you need to do - / Go to my gallery and choo…
EDIT. This idea has been declined. / My feedback suggestion has been responded to by Peter in Redbubble… / We’re going to change the way images are added to a group – so that they’re added from within the group. This will discourage group spamming – where a person includes their images in all their group in the effort to increase their exposure. / In Redbubble there …
Once in a while you see something you have never seen before. And you might not have your camera at hand to capture what you are seeing because this sight might only last a moment in time, and probably never be repeated. / Of a morning, my wife and I sit at the dining table enjoying our coffee and taking in the view out our window that we are so lucky to have – north-east across the garden …