Kakadu National Park Images A Timeless Wilderness – Kakadu National Park is one of only 25 World Heritage sites listed for both cultural and natural values to humanity. *Australia has four in this category. Breathtaking vistas over the flood plains from Ubirr – 50,000yr old Ancient Rock Art – Yellow Water Billabong – BIG Crocodiles – Infinity Rock Pools of Gumlon – Jim Jim Falls – incredible Rockscapes – Kakadu … Continue reading Kakadu National Park Australia
Australian Outback Art Images REMOTE – VAST – RAW Three words that epitomises the Australian Outback! Spending five months travelling through northwest Queensland and the Northern Territory – driving along remote unsealed roads (where my campervan could take me), the vibrant red dirt settled in every nook possible – even on my toothbrush! Staying at remote cattle stations – hiking for hours through remote gorges and canyons, wading waist deep through … Continue reading Australian Outback Art Images
It was an exciting, exhausting and thrilling three months experiencing and photo journaling our island state of Tasmania. ‘falling in love with your own country, through the eyes of a tourist’ and capturing these precious ‘Moments in Time’ images – and having fun along the way. I’d taken so many images of Tasmania’s glorious scenery, it was difficult to choose a handful for my ‘Images of Tasmania’ collection. Each … Continue reading Three months in Tasmania – A handful of favourite images!
MONA – Museum of Old and New Art! Lets talk about the building first. The story behind this world class Museum/Art Gallery is very interesting. Controversial owner David Walsh grew up dreaming of the white house on the hill opposite his home. Years later he bought the house and surrounding lands to build an art museum. The white house remains an integral part of MONA, the building. See top right … Continue reading Where would you live if you owned an art museum – MONA!
Salamanca Markets in Hobart are well known and held each Saturday. Over 300 stalls including locally grown produce and locally made items, you could spend a full day there easily. I’d forgotten what day it was and arrived late with only two hours to see, sample and enjoy its fare! Argghhh Yet I did manage to get a good look and feel for the place. Tasmanian’s appear to … Continue reading Snippets from Salamanca Markets
When you travel you have to take the weather as it comes. RAIN – HAIL – SHINE and OVERCAST. I was hoping it would be sunny when I reached Hobart to see the wharf and yachts in all their glory to capture some classic Hobart images. Alas not – so you do your best with what is presented on the day/s. Driving over the bridge … Continue reading Hobart – by the water
Dunalley is only a small town here in Tasmania, yet there were a few sights that made me smile… Sheep enjoying magnificent water views reminded me of the plentiful sheep in Ireland grazing on the coasts – prime real estate. Location -location – location! Nestle’s? In Cadbury country! that high???? Time for fishing! If you can’t catch them, buy them! … Continue reading Dunalley – oh the sights you see