Piccaninny Creek, Bungle Bungles

Piccaninny Gorge can be accessed from Piccaninny car park on the south side of the very famous Bungle Bungle Range.
Located in the Purnululu National Park a few hours south on Kununurra in Western Australia, the Bungle Bungles are a must see while visiting the top end.
These orange and black striped beehive domes are not seen anywhere else in the surrounding area and are very unique and beautiful. Make sure you get here for sunrise or sunset, as the colour of the landscape changes every minute.
A truly magical place, and I am privileged to have been able visit the spot. A dedicated photography trip is now on the cards so I can really explore the area and capture it.

Details
10 Image Stitch
Canon 5d Mark II
70-200mm f2.8L IS II USM + Filters + CirPol
A: f8
T: 1.3s
ISO: 50

Karijini NP Gorges


Karijini National Park is located in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. Several stunning gorges cut through the landscape and a couple are even accessible to walk through.
Dales gorge is located in the eastern end of the park and has the famous Fortescue Falls, with also Fern and Circular Pools close by. A camping ground is located at Dales Gorge and from only a fee you can stay here overnight and experience the area.
Weano Gorge is located about 40km (by road) west of Dales Gorge. Weano is famous for the spider walk and Kermits Pool, as well as many other features.
If you visit the park  I can tell you, you’ll not be disappointed. It is by far my favourite National Park I have visited, hands down.
I took another photo from above the park and that can be seen HERE

Details
Canon 5d Mark II
24-105mm f4.0L IS USM + CircPol
A:f9.0
T: 1/160
ISO:200

Mt Bruce



Mount Bruce is located in the magnificent Karijini National Park in Western Australia. It is the states second highest mountain at 1235m. Mount Bruce is a standout over the plains as the mountain sits just off the Hamersley Range. As turn onto Karijini Drive coming from Tom Price Mount Bruce welcomes you right in your face. You certainly will not miss it if you visit Karijini.

Details
Canon 5d Mark II
70-200mm f4.0L USM + CircPol
A:  f4.0
T: 1/60
ISO: 100

Tasmanian Central Highlands

When visiting Tasmania, you cannot help but pull over at every opportunity and just soak in the stunning scenery that this state has got to offer.
This landscape shot of the central highlands was taken while on our way to the famous Freycinet National Park after a couple of days at the equally impressive Cradle Mt – Lake St Clair National Park. The cleanliness and crispness of the cool mountain air is incredibly addictive while the landscape is just breathtaking. It is certainly a place I would love to visit again, again, and again.

Details
Canon 5d Mark
16-35mm f2.8L II USM
A: f5.6
T: 1/160
ISO: 100

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Lightning through Moore River National Park, October 2011

A storm that I tracked from its development north of Dandaregan to its weakening stage near the most northern part of the Perth metro area, brought with it strong winds, hail, and very heavy rain. I got stuck in a very heavy downpour just east of Dandaregan, and managed to record a bit of video in the process. From the colour of the cloud beforehand I am certain that larger hail fell towards the centre on the storm.

I will post a short video from the chase soon 🙂


Conspicuous Cliffs #3

Another shot from my collection from Conspicuous Cliffs

Conspicuous Cliff must be named because of the fact it is so conspicuous! Standing high above the surrounding heathland, the Cliff-top lookout gives fantastic views of the beach and river flowing into the sea.

Details
Canon 5d Mark II  + CircPol
24-70mm f2.8L USM
A: f9.0
T: 1/5
ISO: 100

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Pencil Pine Falls


Cradle Mountain National Park will always hold a special place in my heart as it’s the location where I proposed to my now fiancé. This isn’t the spot that I proposed though, I got down on one knee up the road a little further overlooking Dove Lake and in the shadows of Cradle Mountain. It was pretty awesome.

But enough about me, more on this photo. It’s a 4 image stitch of Pencil Pine Falls, a short stroll from Cradle Mountain Lodge (where we stayed, and if you do go to visit, I highly recommended to stay here).
The falls make for a magnificent location to sit and soak in the great outdoors, you may even be lucky enough to spot a wombat or two.

Details

Canon 5d Mark II
16-35mm f2.8L II USM + CircPol
A:  f/13
T: 0.3
ISO: 50

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Cathedral Gorge, Purnululu

A 106 image stitch of Cathedral Gorge. It is pretty surreal to just sit and listen in on wind passing through the gorge. Cathedral Gorge has been featured in a Qantas ad with the collaboration of the Australian Youth Choir and Australian Girls Choir singing here.

The gorge is located in the Purnululu National Park (aka Bungle Bungles) at Piccaninny Creek. Get there!
Details

EOS Canon 5d Mark II

24-105mm f4.0 IS + CPol

A: f8.0

T: 5secs

FL: 24mm

ISO: 100