Crystal Shower Falls in full flow, cascade over the cliff edge through the lush rainforest in the Dorrigo National Park. This unusual aspect of the falls requires careful foot placement as you navigate off the path. These falls are unique in that there is an amazing cave you can walk behind the falls to.
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We didn't think this farmhouse photo would happen. I had to abandon my dinner halfway through to jump on my bike and race over to this beautiful old farmhouse next to where we were staying at Camp on Allyn. The vines have been slowly taking over this farmhouse for years, reclaiming it bit by bit. Watch our Capture story here on our Youtube - https://youtu.be/Sh4VSiqkHzs
This image represents Outback Australia to me. Taken somewhere along the Stuart Highway, near Coober Pedy, The old fenceline runs along the length of the road.
The red earth and the salt bush is very representative of this region.
This small unnamed creek in the Dorrigo National Park crosses the path as you walk down to the Crystal Shower Falls. I wasn't satisfied with the image from the pathway, so scrambled very carefully down to this spot. I captured a very very different image looking downstream, and turned around to leave when I spotted this composition up stream, back towards the path. The stream cuts down through the forest.
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Whilst I was in the Otways National Park recently, I had heard about this amazing stand of Giant California Redwoods. They were planted in the 1930's as a softwood logging experiment, and never chopped down.
They are down a gravel road, about 30 km from the nearest town of Apollo Bay, and make a fantastic picnic spot.
The National Park was recently expanded to include this stand of tree's, the first time it's ever happened for an introduced species.
The sun was filtering through these amazing tree's, I quickly set up the camera and tripod and shot this beautiful scene of the moss covered Giant Redwoods on the banks of the Aire river.
I hope you enjoy this shot, which showcases the beauty of this imported species, in this one amazing spot in Victoria. I could have spent hours here!
This artwork was created in the Nundle State Forest, near Tamworth, NSW. I had only just said to Amanda that I wanted to go for a drive down one of the side tracks when some strangers came and asked us for help with getting their car out of a bit of trouble. The kind and adventurous people that we are, said of course. We were on our way back out of the forest and we came across this beautiful scene, I couldn't help but stop for the capture. This one entailed me to sit up on top of our truck to get the height I was after, and it worked!
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