Monthly Archives: July 2019

Willy Creek

Here’s a few of the aerials I shot yesterday at Willy Creek. The whales were out and about and very close to the inlet.

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Fog Bow in Broome

An incredible morning out shooting this morning in amongst the pea soup fog.I ended up walking around 9km and too over 300 shots.This is a 5 image stitch showing a fogbow how it should look!

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Trucks

The theme for today is trucks…the old and the new!!!

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Lunar Eclipse this morning

Here’s a few images from the partial Lunar Eclipse this morning.

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Drone Stitch from the Painted Hills

Here’s a drone stitch from the painted hills near Lake Eyre

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Surf and Vineyards

I went for an early morning shoot with Christian Fletcher this morning, with both some surf action and vineyard action and below are some examples.

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Tuart Forrest

Driving through the Tuart Forrest this morning just North of Busselton and was presented with this nice backlit view of the Tuart Forest.

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Highlights!

I’ve called this one ‘Highlights’. During this p[articular flight, the sun was at just the right angle to offer the highlight effect yet still be high enough to bring out the lake colours. Too often as photographers we are drawn … Continue reading

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Lake Eyre Variety

I think the thing that impressed me the most with Lake Eyre is the sheer diversity of colours, textures and angles and this batch shows off that statement very well.

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Bicton Stormy Sunrise

When I was heading home from the gym this morning I saw some nice light evolving, so chose to head to Bicton Baths for a quick shoot. I had no longer launched the drone when it started to rain, so … Continue reading

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