See The World Through My Lens
High-quality, fine art photography
High-quality, fine art photography
I've loved taking pictures since before I took my first photography class in high school. I'm inspired by the love I have for my home city. I have also photographed many different subjects, scenes, and moments all over the world. There's a picture around every corner.
Many years ago I operated a successful wedding photography business. My passion for photography was rekindled about 10 years ago and now I provide fine art prints and travel images on commission and for sale.
I find that I am surrounded both by natural beauty and interesting people. I use my camera to document the world and then print images with a focus on the magic I find in daily life. My pictures tell my stories. Coupled with my love for travelling, I am focused on documenting and sharing the many wonders our amazing world has to offer.
Through my prints and photo books, I invite you to bring bits of my stories into your life and home. All of my images are Limited Edition, Signed and Certified. They can also be sold matted and backed ready for framing. I offer speedy turn around and personalized service.
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Because of our hard border lockdowns, and restrictions on international travel, we decided to do a Road Trip to our North-west of our State. 6000 km in 21 days from Perth to Broome and back to Perth. An easy drive and multiple stays of a few days where there was anything interesting.
Our first stop was Geraldton overnight, then on to Monkey Mia to see the dolphins being fed. Two nights then on to Carnarvon, then to Onslow then to Tom Price for another 3 nights. Karijini National park and the Gorges being the attraction there. Then Port hedland, 80 Mile Beach and Broome. Coming back we stayed at Port Hedland, Onslow, Coral Bay for a few nights, Hamlin Pool and Dongara before returning home.
Whilst we were in Broome we decided to do a scenic flight with Fly Broome over the Horizontal Falls. What a great day, scenery was amazing, Lunch and a swim at Cape Leveque, then home. What a great experience and one not to be missed in this beautiful part of Western Australia. Thank you for a fantastic day Fly Broome.
These are some of the amazing things we say and a little of what our outback looks like. I hope you enjoy our trip.
We have been hammered by Covid 19 for 18 months now, unable to do much travelling throughout the year, and we have been subjected to a number of lock-downs in our State of Western Australia, and in some instances, our borders have been closed to the rest of Australia.
We have been lucky with small numbers of cases but our wanderlust has led to the need for short getaways around our beautiful state. We have revisited a number of locations and been to many places we have never been to before.
It is winter in Australia at the moment and we had been experiencing lots of storms and wet and cold weather but it was just great to get away for a few days. This trip we took a short sojourn to Kalbarri, about 7 hours drive North West from Perth, staying in an AirBnB in the town. Kalbarri is a small coastal town situated where the Murchison River meets the Indian Ocean, the town of Kalbarri is surrounded by the soaring inland and coastal gorges of Kalbarri National Park, and protected swimming bays like the Blue Holes, superb walking trails, and over 1000 species of wildflowers, so there was going to be lots to do.
We drove up to Kalbarri from Perth which took about 7 hours mostly through rain and cold weather, so we didn't do too much when we got there.
The next day was sunny and relatively warm. We visited the gorges in the area and that afternoon, I decided to visit the local beach for some sunset photos. Jakes Point is only a couple of Km from the town, and is a local surfing beach. It is a point break over reef and usually is a reasonable size. This afternoon there were no clouds so not really good for sunset images but when I got there the swell was a solid 2-3 metres with about 10 local surfers making the most of the great surf with a slightly off shore breeze helping the surf to hold up.
As it was almost sunset, (golden hour) and the sun was setting almost directly behind the line-up, the waves took on a translucent, yellow greenish effect. What an amazing time, photographing these surfers and the great waves. In many instances it looked like they were DEFYING GRAVITY.