I am Cow
Hear me moo!
A curious cow strikes a pose atop a dam wall
The 'wheat highway' linking Central Victoria to the ports of Melbourne
A train stop and wheat silos dominate the tiny hamlet of Mitiamo
Warming in the morning sun
Faces of Brim
This 29 metre high artwork by Guido van Helten [guidovanhelten.com] took 3 weeks to create and was completed on 4 January 2016. The characters are life-long farmers of the town of Brim in central Victoria. The 'Double Geelong' cement wheat silos were built in 1938.
Surface Point Walk
Bright in Autumn
View South from Apex Lookout. Can be printed up to 1m (40in) wide at full photo quality, or larger at poster quality.
Morning fog surrounds the peak above Bright
Lake Wartook showing signs of drought after a heavy El Nino year
Sheep grazing near Mt Abrupt, southern Grampians
A lone kayaker explores Lake Wartook
Making fresh tracks up the valley in near solitude is an experience worth remembering!
A snowmobile tour heads out to enjoy a perfect Winter's day
For recreation and necessity, the snowmobile is a necessity for Winter travel
A for Arctic
The stark lines of the Arctic Cathedral contrast with the randomness of the tree's branches
Fishing, whaling and recreational boats line the breakwater
MS Midnatsol (Midnight Sun)
Taking around 600 passengers, this modern 'ice breaker' will begin cruises to Patagonia and Antarctica later this year (2016)
A peaceful Winter's day shows little sign of the day before's wind and heavy snowfall
Inside the Opera House
Oslo's architecture impresses from inside and out
Built in the 13th Century, this historic fort has seen many uses, from military to a prison. Today it hosts government fuctions and is open to the public. The ship, Lady Mack (IMO 5348548), is used for tours of the fjord.
A peaceful Winter morning on Oslo's shores
Working the angles of the Oslo Opera House
Opera House on Ice
The frozen fjord mirrors the impressive angles of the Oslo Opera House
Blue tones of an early Winter's sunset at 4pm
A boat tour to Trollfjord is a great way to get a feel for the scale of the area's islands and moutnatins www.lofoten-rafting.no
Rugged-up tourists return to Svolvaer after a quick glimpse at Lofoten's Winter beauty
The Fisherman’s Wife
Created in 1999 by Per Ung, this unusual beacon is a sculpture called Fiskerkona (The Fisherman’s Wife)
A fishing vessel heads out from sheltered bay near Svolvaer below a towering 1000m peak
This old airport is sited on a river, frozen only during the Winter months. Image can be printed up to 1.6m at full photo quality, or larger at poster quality
(Haliaeetus albicilla). Once almost extinct, the population is now recovering with around 10,000 pairs. It has the largest wing span of any eagle, up to 2.5m and can be found in Northern Europe and Asia.
A picture postcard scene in Svolvær
RIB (rigid inflatable boat) tours are popular to this famous site, home to a battle for fishing rights in 1890. Today, tourists enjoy the narrow fjord and views of peaks up to 1100m above.
Snowmobiling fresh snow in Adventdalen
The main form of transport and recreation during Winter
Remote Summer houses below Gardstinden, Austvågøya
Peaceful afternoon glow
Sledding with Alaskan Huskies on the frozen lake of Kattfjordvatnet
Stanley and The Nut
Suitable for large printing (740mm at photo quality, larger for poster quality).