I get great satisfaction from creating art from my photography. Influenced by our beautiful coastline, the rugged beauty, the serenity and the beaches that seem to stretch to the horizon, supply me with inspiration.
I am particularity drawn to the ocean and rocks, shooting long exposures to capture that mystic feel and subtle water movement.
Not only do i get great satisfaction from creating art from my photography. There is no more satisfaction than being able to display and share my images. My abstract and landscape images have been purchased by four and five star resorts, real estate firms, and of course the general public.
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A timber path leads into a beautiful rain forest setting, as the sun shines through the canopy ahead.
A lone tree standing by itself becomes wrapped in a twisted vine.
The very beautiful and extremely photogenic Serenity Falls Buderim.
After a lot of rain plenty of water flows over the picturesque Wappa Falls.
Not long after arriving and setting up, the sun just started to appear through a hole in the canopy lighting up the waterfall
A delicate fern catches the last of the suns rays, late afternoon at Wappa Falls.
The sun kissed clouds stretch out and beyond Old Woman Island, a spectacular sunrise creates a soft pastel colour palette.
The outgoing tide starts to retreat over some coffee rock, as a storm hovers over Old Woman Island.
The colours from the suns morning glow highlight the shallow water receding around the coffee rock. As Old Woman Island becomes a silhouette in the background.
Soft pastel hues on Sunset at Mudjimba Beach, Old Woman Island.
Old Woman Island on a beautiful clear morning at Mudjimba Beach.
One of the many pathways that lead to Mudjimba Beach and Old Woman Island.
A fierce strike crackles and zig zag's its way across the sky illuminating the Sunshine Coast beneath.
A severe thunderstorm approaches the Sunshine Coast, unleashing some fury on Mooloolaba.
A massive storm cell rolls in and blankets the Sunshine Coast as a huge bolt strikes Mt.Coolum.
Two powerful bolts of lightning hit the ground near Mt.Coolum during a fierce summer storm.
An evening thunderstorm approaches Mt.Coolum sending out some powerful bolts crashing to the ground.
I waited for this storm cell to be right above me to line up the lines of the storm drain and cane fields. I could almost feel the electricity in the air.
The tide pushes in as the sun kiss clouds stretch out toward Old Woman Island. A truly beautiful morning.
The tide begins to push in, as Old Woman Island becomes a silhouette against a pastel reverse sunset.
Old Woman Island becomes a silhouette at sunrise as the pandanus frames the image.
The old iconic cane farmers shed under a brilliant vibrant sunset. The shed is situated near the Sunshine Coast and was once lived in by the cane workers and their families back in the 50's and 60's.
I have witnessed and captured many beautiful sunsets, but this reverse sunset taken late in the afternoon was one of the best I have seen.
As the sun sets Mudjimba Beach is saturated with bright, vibrant colours and creates a silhouette of Mt.Coolum in the background.
Peering from the dunes toward Old Woman Island as the rising sun lights up the sky and clouds.
In the buggy racing to the next hole as a couple putt on the green.
Three consecutive strikes hit the ocean as a summer storm moves over Mt.Coolum and out to sea.
A large and powerful electrical storm looms over the Sunshine Coast. Probably one of if not the fiercest storm for lightning strikes i have witnessed.
The sun rises early in the morning behind some dark storm clouds producing some subtle colour as a calm, glassy Maroochy River reflects Chambers Island.
When the last bit of light remains after the sun has set and moments before the day turns into night. This period only lasts for 60 minutes. This is known as blue hour.
Maroochy River almost looks daylight as the bright, vibrant full moon rises and reflects on the calm water.
The slight flow of water from the incoming tide swirls and wraps around the rocks that mark the start of Yaroomba Beach.
When you see one set of footprints, its not because i left you. Its because i carried you through the tough times
The sun acts as an alarm clock as the spinifex wakes and springs to life along the sand dunes.
Two young groms meet up and head out for the early morning surf at Coolum Beach
A seagull passes by on a crisp clear winters day at Mudjimba Beach
A unique opportunity to own a one of a kind Limited Edition print.
Titled "Dreamtime". The print shows all three iconic landmarks, Mt.Coolum, Mt.Ninderry and Old Woman Island and the Aboriginal Dreamtime story relating to the three.
Printed on some of the finest art paper available this Limited Edition print of only 30 is guaranteed against fading and/or any discolouration for up to and over 100 years when framed and displayed correctly.
The print measures 83cm x 25cm and are individually signed and numbered.
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