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Abandoned farmhouse

A photo of an abandoned farm house tucked into the foothills of Mount Maroon. There is only one wall still standing but it’s about half a metre thick! Used an external flash with an orange gel to bring out the colour in the stonework and contrast it with the blue…

A day at the dairy

Had a visit to a local dairy with some friends on a photo walk – we unfortunately had a huge storm roll through which meant we were largely confined to the dairy but the rain was greatly appreciated by the local farmers. It is quite amazing to see the amount…

Mountain Biking at Gap Creek

  Spent a couple of hours with Alex Sheppard this week trying to get some action shots of him mountain biking out at ‘Pipeline’ in Gap Creek Reserve.  Most of the shots here are using a panning technique – slowing the shutter speed down to 1/20 – 1/50 second and allow…

Early morning over Moogerah Dam

Had a lovely crisp (read Cold!) Sunrise shoot over Moogerah Dam recently. One of the things I really value about photography is the time I get to be alone and reflect. Sometimes it is a deep and thoughtful experience but often it’s just the experience of slowing down and being…

Frosty Girraween Morning

          A series of 4 photos from a cold and frost morning in Girraween National Park on a recent trip there. If you have never been you really should go sometime, it truly is an amazing place and easily my favourite destination in South East Queensland.…

A Misty Morning

Got up early and headed up to a high road overlooking the Maroon valley hoping for a nice blanket of mist over the ground and a sunrise on the mountains. The mist was there but just before sunrise a large bank of cloud deposited itself on top of me and…