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The SS Ayrfield 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.
That Burst of morning light dowsing the Grose Valley with sun rays.
After the rain comes the deluge. The stunning Terrace Falls in the Blue Mountains is always a favourite to photograph after a storm.
The sublime flow of Katoomba Falls is better viewed after a few days of heavy rain.
When morning rays of sunshine burst through the clouds to light up the Grose Valley, you know your journey to Pulpit Rock has been worthwhile
Nothing beats the incredible vista of the World Heritage Listed 3 Sisters overlooking Mount Solitary and the Blue Mountains National Park, especially when mother nature switches on a sublime sunrise.
“If I had no roof over my head, the stars would be my ceiling”
A stellar evening with the Milky Way travelling above the Lithgow Blast Furnace.
The stunning Edith Falls in Valley of the Waters, Wentworth Falls in Sydney’s amazing Blue Mountains. Taken during a fantastic workshop with Peter Hill, and after a week of heavy rainfall. This place is magical to visit.
Some mornings, you can spend hours trying to capture something incredible. But its only when you’re already packed up and ready to leave that mother nature switches it on for you. With the tripod already back in the car, this was a sprint back to the waterfront and after getting down on my knees, snapped off this shot handheld to pickup the sunstar.
The stunning Salote Pool in Hazelbrook is a beautiful location surrounded by moss, ferns and fungi.
A sunrise at the famous Pulpit Rock in the Blue Mountains is always a pleasure to view.
The wreck of the SS Ayrfield has become an icon of Sydney becoming a perfect urban plant pot for the mangrove trees that habitate the riverfront around Bicentennial and Olympic Parks. Catching the sunrise as it lights up this rusting hulk makes for an incredible image.