The Raptor Refuge in southern Tasmania has a new resident – a Tasmanian Masked Owl! The young fella, named Bentley, will likely join his brother Monty as the face of the refuge and I had the great honour of meeting him just a few weeks ago… Read more →
I am very excited to announce that my first ever book, “Tasmania: A Photographic Journey” is now available for purchase!
The cost is $49.95 (plus $10 postage). Postage becomes $7.50 per book when purchasing more than 1 copy.
To order see below:
If you don’t require postage, don’t use Paypal, or for any other reason, you can contact me to request an invoice for payment by EFT… Read more →
I have new dates set and am now taking bookings for my autumn 2018 Tasmanian Photography Workshops, contact me to register interest!
Tarkine: 5 days, May 6~10, 2018; $2195 per person Fantastic autumn fungi, amazing rainforest and waterfalls and Tasmania’s rugged west coast… Read more →
There has been a new sparkle in the Tasmanian seas the past couple of years as the bioluminescence, or Noctiluca scintillans, has moved into Tasmanian waters. Up until last week, I had never seen or photographed this for myself but on the night of December 15, a booking for a 1 on 1 photography session under the stars turned into a night with the bioluminescence!… Read more →
All the orchid photos I have been sharing lately are from the Arthur Pieman Conservation Area in Tasmania’s north west. This area, as its name would suggest, encompasses the land in between the Arthur River in the north to the Pieman River in the south… Read more →
Next I have some, in fact all three, of Tasmania’s beard orchids to share with you. The three types of beard orchid are the pale, the strap and the purple. All three are found around Arthur River in Tasmania’s Tarkine region… Read more →
Continuing the orchid theme, next up are some greenhood orchids. Again from the Arthur River area, there were quite a lot on display during late October, and we were extra fortunate to find a few of the very rare Arthur River greenhood (Pterostylis rubenachii) and the rather striking long yellow bearded Pterostylis tasmanica… Read more →
The Tasmanian Spider Orchids, or Caladenia species, were in full flower late October in the Arthur Pieman Conservation Area. Here is a selection of images, some as shot, others cropped, to show the delicate features of the flower. They were literally everywhere, and our guide Geoff was commenting it must have been the best season in years… Read more →