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Ten minutes from home

11 Jul 2013 at 3:12pm

Ten minutes from home

Sugarloaf Rock


Isn’t it awesome when you have this location 10 minutes from your front door. Sugarloaf rock never fails to impress and is like a magnet drawing me in when I shoot be shooting other places.

Phase One IQ180 45mm lens, F/8, 1min exposure.

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Winyalkan Sunset 2

13 Apr 2012 at 7:46am

This is another view of the amazing location Markie and I found. All around this area is like ancient ruins. Amazing huge rocks and waterholes. It is paradise for a landscape photographer. These cliffs are actually really high. Not for the faint hearted. It was a pretty hard core scramble and on more than one occasion I had to check I had that spare pair of undies in my camera bag. We shot till it was almost dark but still had to get back to the beach on the other side of this headland. It was getting pretty hard to see as I touched down on flat sand and relative safety. It was worth it though.


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Kimberley Storm

10 Apr 2012 at 9:38am

This was our sunrise this morning. We are anchored in a protected bay and the first help flights are leaving for our day out at Eagle Falls. Looks like we are going to get some interesting light. Markie and I are planning on an epic walk to below the falls to get a different perspective. Looking forward to it.

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Smiths Point Rock Formation

22 Jul 2011 at 9:20pm

We have been having some fantastic skies down here this week. I thought I would give Smiths Point a try again as I hadn’t been there for years. Some good scenes if you have time to scope them before the light goes crazy!

This one is very painterly, the test print I just did looks mint. Man I love having an Epson 4900 at home. Shot on the new 28mm Phase lens. I’m liking it a lot.

p65+, 645DF, 28mm F/4.5


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Cool Coolgardie Building

17 Aug 2010 at 12:54pm

This is my take on the old hotel Markie and I shot in Coolgardie. Was a classic building and I thought long and hard about the final image I had in my mind. This is pretty much what the it said to me. Who would have thought they could build such beautiful things on the way to no where. All this image needs is an old guy in a wheelchair and I would be completely happy. Some major work went into this and I will show the workings at my next workshop. Whenever that will be.

Might have to do one soon before the Landscape 500 Competition finishes. Could inspire you to greater photographic pieces, or just bore you silly!!

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Karlamilyi National Park

19 Jun 2010 at 8:08pm

More of the sunrise over “Jurrasic Park”. This would be a place to spend a few days. lots to explore and dramatic scenery. My wife told me I screwed the pooch on this shot. I added a cracked paint look to the sky and she said it didn’t work with the rest of the image ┬ábecause that was relatively straight. Of course I had flattened it by then and I worked bloody long and hard to get this look. Now I have to go back and try and remember what I did! Bummer! Love this scene though. It really struck me when I was standing there waiting for the sun to do its thing.

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