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.
Capture Video Here - https://youtu.be/pxYnLHNiWLE?t=610
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.
View the capture video here - https://youtu.be/pxYnLHNiWLE?t=610
We were walking through the high altitude forest up in WIld Cattle Creek State Forest when the weather started closing in. Amanda raced back to get our truck and bring it to the road near where we would finish the walk, and I was walking with Aria, our daughter. We crossed a small creek and reached this spot on the Mobong River. I spent about 10 minutes capturing different compositions when I started to feel raindrops on my shoulders.
Cursing the weather, I packed up quickly and headed off through the rainforest to the road to meet up with Amanda, all of us totally soaked as she drove up to pick us up.
Capture video here - https://youtu.be/pxYnLHNiWLE?t=1176
Tiona, on Lake Wallis.
It's almost every landscape photographers dream to be able to wake up or go to bed right where they can take gorgeous landscape images. Tiona Holiday Park offers just this! With Lake Wallis on one side, and the Beach on the other, there is an angle for every type of light.
This composition wasn't one that I originally planned, but as happens with these things, you have to stay flexible and seek out the right images.
View the Capture Video here - https://youtu.be/uvfmPc8whV8?t=619
This is one of the prettiest rainforest spots we have seen to date. The river Allyn flows down with it's clear water rushing over the rocks, carving this small gorge. It was a difficult spot to get to, very slippery! Check out how we captured this image on Youtube - https://youtu.be/Sh4VSiqkHzs
Sunset at Corindi Beach Point was magical this night. We were staying at the Reflections Caravan Park near Coffs Harbour, NSW where it is a short walk to the beach. Amanda convinced me to head out for sunset as the clouds were similar to the previous night where it unexpectedly lit up all around us while we were having dinner. I'm so glad she did as it was one of the most amazing sunsets we'd had in some time. I knew from swimming amongst the rockpools earlier that day that the water was a crystal clear blue so had already decided I wanted that in my artwork. This is the first of 3 images in this Corindi Beach collection as the sunset lasted a long time and changed so much, I couldn't resist continuing to capture three totally different works.
See the video of he three Corindi Beach captures at https://youtu.be/9PWrId2PWdI
The very little known, tiny suburb of Green Point lies just south of Forster/Tuncurry. There are about 4 streets, a telephone box and a rural fire brigade here, with most people working and schooling in Forster.
We were headed back to our Caravan from a day out in Forster when we decided to try this tiny side road and see what was down it. We managed to find a road that went down past the water, and found this magical spot with a few tinnies moored.
Capture video is here - https://youtu.be/uvfmPc8whV8?t=988