I caught up with Nigel Gaunt last weekend for a nice sunset shoot at the local beach known as Redell Beach.
These deep red rocks caught my eye just at sunset showing off the true awesome colours of the Kimberley.
The shoot was followed up with a very nice meal at Noodle Fish restaurant with Nigel and Helen….a very nice way to finish the day indeed!
Last weekend in Broome, Lee and I cruised out to the Bird Sanctuary and whilst we missed the high tide, the lower tide was presenting us with some beautiful blue pastels.
A couple of Broome jetty images from this weekend’s sorty to sunny Broome!
I am very excited to announce that the team at PODAS photographic workshops have decided to join us on True North in the Kimberley next year on one of our 7 day Snapshot cruises.
Details of what to expect can be found in the PDF link here: Workshop_Kimberley_2013
The entire trip will be dedicated to photography and the tutors joining us are: Art Wolfe, Michael Reichman and Christian Fletcher. The trip will be departing Broome on the 1st of June next year.
Additional information about this exciting cruise can be found at the PODAS website here, together with the link details on how to register.
There is also a teaser video put together by Mike Fletcher for us, showcasing some of the sites we will see on this photographic adventure. The video link is: here
We are in Broome at the moment and I snuck out this morning for a sunrise shoot at the main jetty.
This is the first result that I am pretty happy with. The detail in the sun flares is quite something at 100%!
These dunes change every time I go there, but they always give me a total sense of serenity.
Nothing better I reckon, treking to locations like this, with backpack, Tripod and camera and then being able to capture it!
Here is a side shot version of the Gateway Bridge in Brisbane that I posted recently.
Another capture from my recent trip to sunny Brisbane. There was not a breath in the sky on this day and it was truly one of those classic days.
My wife rates it so it must be OK! 🙂
I had the opportunity to visit the Marine service precent in Brisbane known as Rivergate and was suitably impressed with the innovation, and diversity of what is going on in and around this area.
This bridge is known as the Gateway Bridge and is the main route south from the Brisbane Airport.
The Rivergate Marine precinct is just to the East of the Southern part of the bridge and after a few meetings I grabbed the opportunity to take a few shots.
I have now printed this image at 900mm for a client and it looks pretty cool!
Another couple of images from the very calm waters of Wellington Point in Brisbane yesterday.