The feedback has been great so far for the 2015 Raptor & Wildlife Refuge Calendar!
Cost is just $12.50 plus $4.00 postage
Contact me to order!
ALSO AVAILABLE: Tasmanian Raptor Refuge Greeting Cards & Postcards
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I am presenting a couple of Photography Workshops in Georgetown (northern Tasmania) next month, run in conjunction with the Georgetown Council and their “Georgetown on Show” program. There will be two workshops, both on Thursday November 15th, one in the afternoon from 1:00 to 4:00; and the second which will run from 6:00 to 9:00pm and include a sunset shoot on one of the beautiful north coast beaches… Read more →
Turn your treasured memories into a unique mosaic professionally designed, printed onto canvas and stretched, ready to hang at home!
Great Christmas / Birthday / Wedding Gift Idea!
Suggested Themes include:
• Kids growing up
• Baby Photos
• School Leavers / Graduation
• Reunions / Anniversaries
Just supply between 6-10 of your favourite images and your own “Memory Canvas” will be ready within two weeks… Read more →
Saturday night in Hobart was one of the clearest skies I’ve seen in a long time – and I’ve been keeping an eye out lately :) so I packed the thermals & down jacket and headed for the top of Mt Wellington, where the temperature hovered between 0 & 1 degree (-6 with wind chill apparently!)… Read more →
Tragedy has struck at Russell Falls – a couple of Sassafras trees have fallen right across the front of the viewing platform, meaning budding photographers are going to have to walk that extra little bit further to get nice waterfall shots up at Horseshoe Falls… The falls are full and fast flowing right now, so it is a great time to visit Tassie’s forests & waterfalls… Read more →
The Landscapes Gallery is now proudly stocking the wonderful Tasmanian Timber frames from Nitchi Design!
We are currently stocking Myrtle, Sassafras, Huon Pine, Leatherwood, Blackwood & Tas Oak and all timbers can be custom ordered, with or without one of my images… Read more →
The second day walk we managed to squeeze in between typhoons on Yakushima was the spectacular ravine called Shiratani Unsuikyo. ”Shiratani (白谷)” translates as “White-Valley” and this name is a reference to the whitish granite boulders strewn throughout the valley. “Unsuikyo (雲水峡)” translates as cloud & water gorge – and that part is fairly self explanatory upon visiting the area as you walk through the mist by numerous cascades, creeks and one mighty river… Read more →
This month I visited a place I have had my eye on for years – Yakushima Island, just south of Kyushu in southern Japan. The interior of the island is a mountainous World Heritage listed area complete with wonderful ancient forests full of cedars, monkeys and deer… Read more →
Many of you will remember that last November Midori and I staged an exhibition in Hobart to raise funds for survivors of the North East Japan Earthquake, Tsunami and Nuclear Crisis. The response from the people of Hobart was heart warming, and we estimate approximately 1000 people visited the Waterfront Pavillion over the seven days the exhibition was on, and in the end we raised $4330… Read more →
Today in Hobart Greens Alderman Bill Harvey organised a gathering in rememberence of the triple disaster in Japan which occurred one year ago Sunday. The gathering started with a minutes silence for the victims of the magnitude 9 earthquake and subsequent tsunami of March 11, 2011; and for the nuclear crisis which continued for basically the whole of 2011 and has only recently reached the relatively safe status of cold-shutdown… Read more →