Heads From The North, National Gallery of Australia (August 2010)
Another picture of the haunting Heads From The North, an installation artwork by Dadang Christato in the National Gallery of Australia.
(See more pictures of Heads from the North on Journey Photographic here)
Ormiston Gorge, West MacDonnell Ranges (April 2010)
Ormiston Gorge, in the West MacDonnell Ranges, is an easy day trip from Alice Springs. I was lucky enough to see it after some heavy rain, when the waterhole was full.
Uluru, Northern Territory (April 2010)
A patch of light illuminates the side of Uluru, in the Northern Territory.
(See more pictures of Uluru on Journey Photographic here)
Interior, National Museum of Australia
The interior of the National Museum of Australia is as bright, garish, and architecturally interesting as its exterior.
Ghost Gum, Central Australia
This picture was taken in Ormiston Gorge, in the West MacDonnell Ranges, Central Australia.
Pansies, in the style of...
After spending the morning taking abstract macro pictures of Floriade, I decided to entertain myself in the harsh afternoon sun by trying to create pictures in the style of famous painters, using in-camera techniques only. Pansies is my tribute to the master of post-impressionism, Vincent van Gogh.
Red rock overhang, Kings Canyon
Just in case anyone started getting any wild ideas about the centre of Australia not being ‘just rocks and dead stuff’ after my last picture of a Ghost Gum, I now return to the familiar theme – red rocks. This rock overhang along the King’s Creek walk down the centre of King’s Canyon was positively glowed when lit by the morning light.