Articles Tagged 'New South Wales'
During an exploratory day-trip to the Blue Mountains west of Sydney, Dave and I decided to look around Mount Wilson, a place of which I had heard in photography circles, but never visited. We encountered the Cathedral of Ferns, where we stopped to capture a few images of the beautiful, lush foliage. Here is one of them [ read more ]
My first photoshoot of 2017 began eather early in the year, with a visit to Featherdale Wildlife Park on the 2nd of January. This is only the second time we have been inside a zoo or wildlife sanctuary/park since our travels to South Africa and Kenya in 2012 and 2015 respectively. For some time, Featherdale Wildlife Park had [ read more ]
Now that we are well into the year 2016, it is time for a retrospective look at my photographic journey in 2015. The year can be summarised as intense and focused, as the majority of images I captured during 2015 were in the Mara North Conservancy and Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya, where we embarked upon an incredible seven-day safari with our friend and safari leader Mario [ read more ]
Nearly a month ago, I experienced a great dawn seascape shoot at Little Austinmer, where there is an abundance of interesting water and rock features on the rock shelf. During the earlier part of the shoot, I shot some long exposures in and around the main gorge. Here is one of them: Here, I opted for [ read more ]
A few photography friends of mine, who have shot Little Austinmer before, told me that it can take quite a few attempts to land a cracking good image. I first ventured to Little Austi just a little over a week before I shot this image, and while I found it a stunning location, the sky [ read more ]
Little Austinmer, known colloquially as Little Austi, is a location I have had on my list of photoshoot locations for quite a long time. With my renewed enthusiasm for seascape photography, I headed to Little Austi this morning to capture its pictureesque rock shelf, over which sea water constantly cascades when the conditions of the [ read more ]