That one night in @explorecanada where the aurora was as bright as a great sunset. Yellowknife in the Northwest Territories is one of the best locations on earth to view the aurora and this was one hell of a trip. :)
Moonrise over the Tessellated Pavement in @tasmania After a night of Astro Photography with the @canoncollectiveofficial we headed over to Eagle Hawk Neck to watch the moonrise. Such a beautiful spot and I wish we had more time out here.
Epic flights over Tasman Island with @paraviontas. It's been a great weekend of events and I've loved being back in @tasmania again. So much to edit still but can't wait to share what I got up to with @canoncollectiveofficial
It's been so epic over here in @tasmania with the @canoncollectiveofficial I have been crazy busy and have so many images yet to edit. The workshops have been so much fun and it's great to see so many people turning up and enjoying the art of photography. I can't wait to share more of the images once I get a few minutes spare to keep editing. Keep an eye out for my Insta story as I'm about to go back up on a heli for a flight around Tasman island. I might even try and go live again. Tasmania
I'm having the most epic time down here in @tasmania with @canoncollectiveofficial Can't wait for the helicopter ride this afternoon with the winner of the first competition. Check out the Canon Collective website for what we have on over the weekend. So stoked to be back down here.
Just flying out to @tasmania for the @canoncollectiveofficial photography festival Looking forward to a great long weekend of photography. Here's a late image from my recent trip into the Kimberley where I got to fly over the Bungle Bungles with @helispirit Such an awesome place.
Burleigh Perfection. I arrived home just in time for the epic swell that hit on Friday. Shooting with the Canon 5DS this image looks insane at 50 megapixel. Definitely one for the gallery wall. I have had both my boys shooting with me from Burleigh to Byron Bay and have that many images to look at. Yewwwwww. What a welcome home.
There were waterfalls everywhere through the Bungle Bungles. Flying over them just after some heavy rain was incredible. Not only were there waterfalls flowing everywhere but the contrast on the rocks was mesmerising. I had the most epic trip to the @thekimberleyaustralia in @westernaustralia for their wet season and thanks to @helispirit I got to see some places I had only dreamt of seeing. I flew back home Thursday night and have been so crazily busy photographing the epic swell that has just hit the Gold Coast. The contrast from the very remote and wild East Kimberley to the groomed perfection of the Pacific Ocean was insane but I can honestly say that I love to photograph both places equally and feel inspired to continue exploring these great locations. @australia
Here's a different angle of Cathedral Gorge in the Bungle Bungles. @helispirit can now take you into the gorge in the wet season and there's not another person in sight. Not to mention if your lucky you get to see the waterfall running. What's your favourite out of these last 2 images of the gorge? @westernaustralia
King Falls in the Cockburn Range. Another epic place I got to land with @helispirit and photograph this incredible waterfall. There were so many waterfalls and most didn't even have a name but these were one of the biggest for sure. @westernaustralia
Cathedral Gorge in the Bungle Bungles. It's pretty rare to get to see the wTerfall running in here as access by road is only in the dry season when it's all dried up. @helispirit has now started to land here in the wet season and you still need to be right onto it if you want to see the water flowing. With such a small catchment the water does not stay around for long. Such a beautiful site that's for sure. @westernaustralia