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Moving the image library to download

Since retiring from landscape photography I have not produced any prints for sale. This website has sat neglected for quite some time. I am now rebuilding the library to include more images from the vault and also to allow image file downloading. It seems that there are now a few folk who wish to purchase…

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Melbourne City Night photography

Night photography in Melbourne City has been something I have wanted to get started for a while. These are just the beginning of a series of night photography shot in Melbourne City CBD. Shot as 22 MegaPixel High Dynamic Range. Here are a few images from what may be a new series that shows the…

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Kilcunda rocks, looks like an elephant

I shot the beach cliffs near Kilcunda where the Bourne Creek meets the sea and later realized that this rock formation looked remarkably like an elephant. I have made a few large prints of this shot and the effect is even more staggering. Could be an ink splotch thing I know but you tell me,…

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Kilcunda trestle bridge

117 km southeast from Melbourne on the Bass Highway lies the small town of Kilcunda. There is a great ocean view from the main road and the old trestle bridge over Bourne Creek make it a wonderful landscape to spend a few hours. These 4 images are the initial trial images from the shoot a…

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Smooth-barked Apple (Angophora costata)

In amongst the two day shoot for the 2011 Golf course tree calendar, Stephen Frank from Tree Logic and I came across this Smooth Barked Apple at the Spring Valley Golf Club in Clayton South. It is near the 15th Green and has been in its current location far longer than the golf course itself.…

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Golf course trees, 2011 Calendar shoot

Here is just a few images from the years calendar shoot for TreeLogic. They chose to focus on significant trees from 12 of the top courses in the Melbourne “sandbelt”. One of these images may well appear in the print catalog soon. Keysborough Golf Club, 55 Hutton Road, Keysborough 1st Green The Metropolitan Golf Club.…

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Cussonia spicata

A very odd, rare tree in Caulfield Park, Caulfield. This one is an the Significant trees list because of it’s rarity and age. Cussonia spicata (Cabbage Tree) Cnr Inkerman and Hawthorn Rd. I am testing this as an A2 Panoramic print.

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River Red Gum in Epping

This set of two images of an ancient River Red in Epping have been modified slightly and are now available as a large format prints. Fantastic late afternoon light on the gnarled branches that twisted and turned all the way to the ground.  

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File downloads now online

Well I had a go at the image library thing with limited success, now I am doing it online myself. A small selection of images are available for download for repro purposes in the online shop starting at $50. This is in a testing phase at the moment but everything looks operational at this stage.…

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Wide format photographs

From the range of images in the online store a few that are suitable have now been offered as wideformat. They measure 900mm X 420mm with a frame size 1020mm X 550mm. They are intended to frame in a minimal black frame with an off-white mat. Prices online are $120 unframed and $260 framed plus…

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