Something from nothing

I was fortunate to win a couple of prizes at this years Boonah show from this image. It’s a classic image of a high rainforest creek tumbling over the rocks on its way to calmer waters – e...

The Pinnacles at sunrise

This is the first in a series of posts of the story behind some of my favourite images from the last 12 months. This image was taken on a trip down to Gibraltar National park in New South Wales, Austr...

Logan River at Mt Barney

I headed out to the Logan River at Yellowpinch in Mt Barney national park this morning with my wife to do a quick recce for an upcoming walk with the Scenic Rim Photo Walks group. After all the recent...

A week away – part 1

Recently I had the opportunity to spend some time doing one of my favourite things: spending time on my own in the bush (with my camera of course) I had recently passed through the Border Ranges area ...

Mt French sunset

Sunset yesterday from a cliff near my home, Frog buttress as it is known by climbers is always one of my favourite places and one with many memories of adventures and the odd mishap. In fact the clim...

A stormy afternoon

The forecast today was for some serious storms to roll through – turned out there has only been one which moved fast and had lots of rain but was otherwise over pretty quickly and without any d...

HMAS Gayundah

Tucked away in a hidden corner of Woody Point, north of Brisbane rest the slowly rusting shell of HMAS Gayundah. She has a proud and interesting history in both the Queensland then Australian navy alo...

A serene morning at Moogerah Dam

Just a quick photo from this morning where I had a brief opportunity to take in the misty morning over Moogerah Dam before getting into the activities of the day....

Box Forest Track

Tucked away on the side of the highway at Cunninghams Gap is a short walk that is well worth stopping for…. It’s the Box Forest track, an easy 5km return track that parallels the highway a...