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I have written a new blog post covering some of my favourite images and locations from our recent road trip through Queensland, New South Wales, South Australia and Victoria.

You can check it out at -

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+Olympus AU EM5 Mark 2 | ISO 200 | f/5 | 24mm | 2.5 sec
Filters: NiSi Filters CPL & 10 Stop ND

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This is a shot from a recent visit to Empress Falls in the Blue Mountains, +Visit NSW. Just before I captured this image I had the opportunity to watch a large canyoning group abseiling down from the top of the falls. If I had more time in the area I would have loved to give it a go! It looked like an awesome adventure!
+Nikon Australia D800 | ISO 400 | f/11 | 16mm | 1/5 sec

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Sleeping Giants

We arrived at Bermagui on the Sapphire Coast in +Visit NSW yesterday afternoon and the first order of business after setting up camp was to head over to Camel Rock to scope it out for sunrise. This being my first visit to the area, I was blown away by the size and shape of these rocks! It had been overcast all day so I wasn't expecting any colour in the sky, however I was pleasantly surprised right at the last minute.
+Nikon Australia D800 | ISO 100 | f/16 | 16mm | 1 sec
Filters: NiSi Filters Circular Polariser + 3 Stop Soft Grad ND

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This beautiful little spot is called Ladies Bath Falls.

The history behind this location states that ladies on their way to the chalet on top of Mount Buffalo during the 1930's and 40's would take a break during the long train journey from Melbourne to refresh themselves at the falls before the final leg up the hill.
Mount Buffalo is part of Victoria's High Country and features over 90km of walking tracks featuring panoramic scenery, waterfalls and amazing granite outcrops.
+Nikon Australia D800 | ISO 100 | f/14 | 16mm | 13 sec
Filters: NiSi Circular Polariser + 6 Stop ND

#landscapephotography +Visit Melbourne #ladiesbathfalls #victoria

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Despite the ongoing rain on our trip, we decided what better place to get rained on than a 'rainforest' :)

On that note we drove to the Great Otway National Park to check out some waterfalls. This shot was taken at Hopetoun Falls which was the last location we visited today. It was also the place where we received the least amount of rain while hiking. I can say 100% without a doubt that my Nikon D800 is very weatherproof as it definitely got covered in its fair share of water today.

These falls also have the shortest walk from the carpark to the base which is always a bonus :)

Overall it was a very productive day despite the wet weather.

Check out my latest blog post on the area -
+Nikon Australia D800 | ISO 100 | f/11 | 16mm | 1/4 sec

#landscapephotography #hopetounfalls #greatotwaynationalpark #greatoceanroad

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Walking the narrows in Alligator Gorge, part of Mount Remarkable National Park in South Australia.

The colour of the gorge walls was a vibrant orange. It was an awesome contrast against the green foliage growing amongst the rocks.
+Olympus AU EM5 Mark 2 | ISO 200 | f/5 | 18mm | 2 sec
Filters: NiSi Filters Australia CPL & 6 Stop ND

#LandscapePhotography +Landscape Photography curated by +Margaret Tompkins +Eric Drumm +Chandler L. Walker +Krzysztof Felczak +AJ Lim +Jeff Beddow +H Peter Ji +Jani Westman +Dorma Wiggin +Ranco Sevla Sevla

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Skies last night were totally clear which made it perfect conditions to capture the Milky Way over Lake Bonney in South Australia.

There wasn't a breath of wind and standing almost knee deep in the water, I felt like I was surrounded by stars. You could see them in the sky and also their reflections in the water. It was almost as if the sky and the water were connected in one endless space of celestial light.

This image is made up of 7 separate exposures joined together to capture the full arch of the Milky Way.
+Nikon Australia D800 | ISO 3200 | f/2.8 | 14mm | 25 sec

#landscapephotography +Landscape Photography #milkyway #astrophotography #panorama #southaustralia #lakebonney #mynikonlife

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Some of you may have seen this one on my Instagram profile however I'm a little behind over here on Google+.
I took this shot one afternoon last week after we arrived at Wilpena Pound in the Flinders Ranges. We immediately started scoping out sunset locations. The drive into this place is to die for! So many possible spots that it was doing my head in deciding where to stop. We eventually took a side road into Bunyeroo Gorge and stopped at the Razorback Lookout to capture this scene.
+Nikon Australia D800 | ISO 100 | f/16 | 25mm | 1/5 sec

#landscapephotography  +Landscape Photography  #SouthAustralia   #FlindersRanges   #WilpenaPound  

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This shot was taken at Boolimba Bluff in Carnarvon Gorge last week. The bluff sits 200 metres above Carnarvon Creek and is accessed by a track off the main walk through the gorge.

900+ stairs to the top and a 6.4km return hike, but totally worth it for this view!
+Nikon Australia D800 | ISO 100 | f/11 | 35mm | 1/5 sec

#landscapephotography  +Landscape Photography  #mynikonlife  

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Sorry for the lack of updates over the last week. Phone signal and wifi is non existent in Carnarvon Gorge, however being disconnected has allowed me to focus on taking a huge amount of photos that I can now share!

We had a fantastic time staying with our amazing hosts Amanda and Phil at Takarakka Bush Resort. You won't find a better roast dinner anywhere in the Central Highlands!

This shot was taken in Ward's Canyon which is in my opinion, one of the best spots in the gorge. It is a 11.7km round trip walk but you definitely won't regret checking it out. I've taken numerous photos up there before, but on the this particular day the light was shining through in just the right spot to light up the archway which added an awesome aspect to the overall scene.
+Olympus AU EM5 Mark 2 | ISO 200 | f/5 | 14mm | 1/6 sec

#visitcapricorn   #thisisqueensland   #landscapephotography  +Landscape Photography 
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