Vegetation in the dunes at Snowdrift, Wyperfeld NP
A breezeless morning, city pollution and rural burn-offs combine to blanket inner Melbourne with haze
Port Phillip Shipping
The ship Silver Emily waits to dock in Melbourne
Alpine Peak Storm
Summer rain and lightning approach Mt Feathertop after sunset [2 image composite]
Summer rain and lightning descend on the hills of the Alpine National Park after sunset
Patchewollock Silo Art
Farmer Nick Hulland (now called 'Silo Man' by his mates) was chosen for this piece by artist Fintan Magee
Clearing wheat stalks after harvest, in preparation for the next crop
Lal Lal Station
Historic station, now disused, except for an occasional film role
River Red Reflections
River Red Gum making the most of the seasonal water supply
Sveabork is the Swedish name for the Suomenlinna fort island complex. Ferries are cheap and frequent, departing from Helsinki Market Square
Four Skiers in the Arctic
Traversing a frozen river in Longyearbyen [multiple image composite]
Citadel Island lighthouse, McHugh Island (L) and Great Glennie Island (R) are swamped by evening fog rolling in from Bass Strait. View from Mt Oberon, Wilsons Prom NP
A lone yacht heads to Oberon Bay on a still Summer's evening. (L-R) McHugh, Citadel, Dannevig and Great Glennie Islands, Wilsons Prom NP
A crescent moon dips into the orange glow of a hot Summer's day sunset. Venus pokes out over a lone boat moored near Norman Island, off the coast of Whisky Bay, Wilsons Prom NP.
[20170302. Featured on Ten Eyewitness News, Melbourne]
Catching the first light of day on St Kilda pier
Peaceful beach scene on the Marengo side of Apollo Bay, Mounts Bay
Evening view from Marriner's Lookout as rain showers pass the coast
The Anchor of Marie Gabrielle
All that remains from the ship, carrying tea from China, that was wrecked here in strong winds in 1880
Mineral patterns form in the sand as a natural spring drains to the ocean
Summer rain and lightning approach Mt Feathertop at sunset
[20170109. Earth Shots Photo of the Day]
[201702. Featured on 'Easy Tiger' coffee label, Lizzy's Fresh Coffee, USA]
Sheet lightning illuminates the clouds from within as the last light of day falls on the Razorback Spur trail to Mt Feathertop
An evening Summer storm approaches Mt Buffalo (left of centre) and Mt Feathertop (poking up on the right). Can be printed up to 1.2m wide at photo quality, or larger at poster quality.
An evening Summer storm approaches Mt Feathertop. Young growth pokes through the bushfire remnants.
An evening Summer storm approaches Mt Feathertop as seen through remnants of earlier bushfires
Sunset rain approaches Mt Buffalo, framed by Snow Gums
The Last Leg
A view East of the final 1.5km ascent of Mt Feathertop, taken from Little Feathertop
Hikers on the open Razorback Spur, approaching Mt Feathertop on Christmas Day 2016
Icy rime buildup near the exposed summit of Mt St Gwinear [faces have been blurred]
High water after Spring rains. Can be printed up to 120cm wide at photo quality or larger at poster quality.
Rural scene beneath the Cathedral Range NP
Strath Creek Vista
This area was badly burnt in the 2009 bushfires, but is recovering well. It's commonly known as "The valley of 1000 hills". [Can be printed up to 1m wide at full photo quality or larger at poster quality]
This area was badly burnt in the 2009 bushfires, but is recovering well. It's commonly known as "The valley of 1000 hills".
The range in the distance is still recovering from the 2009 bushfires, with Mountain Ash trees needing 20 years to regenerate.
The erosion and colours are a result of gold mining and sluicing activities between 1853 and the 1880s. It is now a geological reserve with a short walking track. Can be printed up to 1.4m wide at photo quality or larger at poster quality.
Brighton Beach Huts
Historic bathing sheds 28, 29 & 30
[201701-201705. Exhibited by The Photographic Angle (UK) at locations in London, Ascot, Birmingham, Bracknell, Coventry, Leeds, Portsmouth and Reading]
Faces of Brim
This 29 metre high artwork by Guido van Helten 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.
A lone tree among rows of sprouting wheat
A mirrored sky reflects on Lake Tyrrell, near the town of Sea Lake
[201701. Featured in Australian Photography magazine, February issue]