Australian Landscape Photography


The Drought

Happy New Year. A long time since posting on the blog but thought that I’d start 2015 by putting some more effort into it and see where it goes. australian summer

Peaceful Pylons

Melbourne Jetty

Jetty ruins at dusk

Superb location for a shoot on Port Philip Bay, these pylons a quite a site.

Colourful reflections

Headed out last night as a small window of nice twilight presented itself after a heavy shower of rain.

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Autumn colour in the Dandenong Ranges

New Beginnings

Yarra Valley wineries

Yarra Valley

Managed to track down the take off point for the Yarra Valley balloons this morning. This shot signifies the first of hopefully many more regular shoots as I have retired from the office job to become a Home Dad and concentrate on the A.B Scenes Enterprise…..wish me luck.

Golden contours


Driving around some of the back country dirt roads of southern South Australia I noticed these paddocks and came back later that day as the sun was setting. I do love an old fence post as well and these had heaps of character.



Up early shooting with the crowds that flock to the 12 Apostles this time of year. Thought I’d be the only one there. Anyway, was just about to leave before I noticed the sun lighting up the wave spray and then I noticed the lone photographer on the beach and his silouette giving scale to the cliffs.
12 apostles great ocean road

Golden Mass

Abandoned church, south australia

Driving along a fairly remote area of S.A (what isn’t) I decided to turn left down a dirt road to try and take advantage of some nice summer clouds. After a couple of kilometres and cresting a hill this little scene appeared to my delight. No town for miles and only a residence every few km’s but this old church still sits proudly amidst the dry paddocks.