This LIMITED EDITION 1/30 photograph was taken on the 24/04/2011.
Along Godfrey's Beach in Tasmania lies a white rock, sitting amongst the black rocks - balanced and out of place, yet it contrasts beautifully. This morning I hopped from rock to rock and was stunning to see this rock.
This LIMITED EDITION 1/30 photograph was taken on the 21/10/2010.
"Binalong Bay Tree" was captured after an amazing bright red sunset at Binalong Bay which is a part of the Bay of Fires in the North East of Tasmania. As I began to pack up and started the walk back to the car, I decided to walk out on top of this point and with rabbits running in every direction, I was took a back by the moonrise that was revealed. The moon light in the dusk evening was astounding as it lit this stunning tree growing in the rocks and the small inlet that was in front of me, as if it was just for me alone to witness.
This LIMITED EDITION 1/30 photograph was taken on the 16/06/2011.
In June 2011, an early morning lunar eclipse occurred, timely enough for the moon-set on dawn. The eerie red light illuminated the Brisbane CBD like nothing I have seen before at dawn. This image was taken from Wilson's Outlook at New Farm.
This LIMITED EDITION 1/30 photograph was taken on the 24/10/2010.
This photograph was captured after a rare clear sunrise at Dove Lake which sits at the base of Cradle Mountain in Tasmania. Just previously, before the dawn, the temperature had dropped to a chilly minus 7 degrees (which is very cold for a Queenslander) and the road on the drive to the lake was frozen. When we arrived, the lake was still and it was a perfect mirror - a stark contrast to the evening over 12 hours before when there was a fierce howling wind tearing of the mountain carrying a chill I will never forget. This boatshed was built in 1940 by the first Ranger of the Cradle Mountain National Park and stands as an contrasting icon against the incredible twin peaks of Cradle Mountain.
This LIMITED EDITION 1/30 photograph was taken on the 22/12/2010.
The SS Dicky wreck lies at rest on Dicky Beach on Queensland's Sunshine Coast. It's skeletal wreck sits elegantly where it ran aground in 1893. This image stands unique from other photographs as it was photographed during the lunar eclipse. The light of sunset is infused with the eerie red glow of the moon as it rose just to the right - creating an unusual pink and purple sunset that lasted for at least an hour.
This LIMITED EDITION 1/30 photograph was taken on the 28/04/2011.
Often at the "Edge of the World" where the Arthur River pours its tanin stained water into the rough and swirling sea, the weather is rainy, cloudy and squally. This image was captured on a rare clear morning. I climbed along the logs scattered amongst the rocks washed down from the Arthur River. As I perched upon the rocks and logs, the sound of the roar of the sea was all I could hear about the stillness of the morning. This photograph captures the opposite atmosphere of the image, "Rough Seas" at “The Edge of the Word” in Tasmania.
This LIMITED EDITION 1/30 photograph was taken on the 09/04/2012.
Under the moon lit sky, I stood watching the calm sea crash in the distance ankle deep in the rich tannin stained waters flowing out to the ocean. The creek flowed gently out to sea originating from the National Park.
This LIMITED EDITION 2/30 photograph was taken on the 01/11/2011.
This image was captured on a dark stormy morning at “The Edge of the World” at Arthur River, Tasmania. I climbed upon a pile of wet slippery logs scattered amongst the rocks washed down from the Arthur River itself. As I balanced upon the logs, the roar of the sea was smashing into the rocks and with a short long exposure in between crashing waves, I took this image. This photograph captures the atmosphere of the wild, rough seas at “The Edge of the Word” as it crashes and sweeps around the massive rock formations along this stunning part of the West Coast of Tasmania.
This LIMITED EDITION 1/30 photograph was taken on the 15/01/2011.
Near Cape Naturaliste (Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park) in the stunning South West of Western Australia lies Sugarloaf Rock - a teardrop shaped rock formation that sits perfectly just off the coastline in the rocky landscape littered with these silver shrubs in the foreground of this photograph. In this particular morning, the pre-dawn twilight lit Sugarloaf Rock with this eerie light orange glow as it stood like a monolith the water. The contrasting light blue hue in the sky made this one of the most truly breathtaking scenes I have ever seen. I visited this rock 3 mornings in a row and the light was only like this on the first day - which was also the 3rd frame I captured that morning.
This LIMITED EDITION 1/30 photograph was taken on the 30/04/2011.
The Tessellated Pavement located at Eagle Hawk Neck in South East of Tasmania, along the Tasman Peninsula is a unique rock formation formed over hundreds of years. I drove in haste to make it before the sunrise and were lucky to arrive just in time to capture the burning orange sky. I waited for waves to crash and then gently flow over the rock formation, leaving square puddles of beautifully reflective water.