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A beautiful foggy morning just before a sunrise colour bomb hit.  The fog and colours reflected in the crisp, still waters of the dam with Richmond Lowlands famous windmill.



The SS Ayrfield, formally called the Corrimal was a 1100 tonne steam collier vessel that was used to ship coal from Newcastle into Sydney, and was then re purposed as a transport ship during World War II. Ending its life at the ship breaking yards that used to adorn the Homebush bayside, its final resting place amongst the mangroves has seen it turned into a giant floating plant pot, a forest of mangrove trees jutting from its interior, juxtaposed against the rusting hulk.  It has become a photographers favourite, and this shot even captured some sneaky seagulls who sat fro long enough on the edge of the hull while I captured this long exposure.



Original price was: $210.00.Current price is: $110.00.

A majestic Autumn morning in the Blue Mountains of Sydney as the leaves begin to turn their spectrum of reds and orange. This was a special autumn day.



Sometimes, man made landscapes provide some of the most exciting subjects. None more so than Lake Eucumbine, a reservoir flooded in 1958 as part of the Snowy Mountains Hydro-Electric Scheme, leaving behind a multitude of dead pine trees piercing the water along its shoreline, making for a stunning foreground to an eerily foggy scene.