•April 4, 2011 • 8 Comments
Here’s 3 stowaways Captain Brad found aboard the True North.
No actually they are indeed legends in their own right. On the left is Greggy Munyard, one of the funniest blokes you will ever meet. And that’s not because he’s a Nikon user! Mate you had me in stitches for two weeks. On centre stage is none other than international man of mystery Flemming Bo Jenson. On the right looking smug is superstar Markie Stothard – the guy who makes everything happen aboard the True North! Well he does own the boat after all!
•April 1, 2011 • 8 Comments
Montgomery Reef was simply amazing from the air. Abstracts were everywhere. It seemed as though all you had to do was point the camera downwards and push the shutter.
•March 31, 2011 • 21 Comments
As our helicopter descended through low cloud and mist we rewarded with a view of the Kimberley wet season in all its magnificence. Mitchell Falls was rushing fast and dirty. Wilderness photography couldn’t get any better!
•March 28, 2011 • 23 Comments
I’m back in Perth after an adventure of a lifetime. Kim and I were aboard the True North on it’s first 2011 Kimberley adventure. We were both in awe at power and drama of the Kimberley wet season. Waterfalls and spectacular cloudscapes were everywhere! I now have 500GB of focus stacks, stitches and single frames to process. Stay tuned as there is so much more to come!
I would also like to commend the True North. The service provided by Mark Stothard and the all crew was as awe inspiring as the Kimberley landscapes. A landscape photographer always has specific needs and nothing was a problem in providing this for me. Thanks so much to Mark, Kay the ship’s cruise director, Captain Brad, helicopter pilot Reynor and all aboard for their exceptional service and attention to detail. We have made many new friends and can’t wait to see everyone again in the future.
Go and see it for yourself. You won’t be disappointed!
•February 28, 2011 • 20 Comments
I’ve been working through my archive of wildlife images taken a couple of years ago. I can’t believe that I initially overlooked this one!
•February 22, 2011 • 14 Comments
I really like the harsh textures in this landscape. Taken on the last afternoon of shooting in the Kalbarri area.
•February 21, 2011 • 5 Comments
We spent a couple of afternoons shooting the weathered sandstone a short drive from Kalbarri. Still not sure what I think of this one.