Australian Landscape Photography

Posts tagged “Andrew Brown

The Valley

Giving a wider perspective on the previous post, had to process this up as the mist patterns in the foreground with glimpses of forest drew me into the image reiterating what a morning it was and how lucky I am to live in the hills, until getting to work that is……

Golden Pathway

Taken in the Grampians when the wattles were at their finest contrasting against the black stumps of recent bushfire

Flinders View

The striking view of the Flinders Ranges in silouette. Freezing cold wind blowing so made use of the car to protect from most of it so that I could use a longer lens.

The Last of 2009

Happy New Year to all. Wasn’t  on the sauce last night due to a course of anti biotics, which meant that I could storm chase of sorts, only had to drive 5 minutes to my favourite lookout with a 360, the Yarra Valley on one side, the bays on the other.  This shot was taken just before an impressive storm cell dumped 30mm of rain with the best natural fireworks that I’ve seen in while. Good way to cap the year off. This shot is straight out of the camera.


Seemed to be focused on shooting into the sun on the recent trip to Tassie, mainly as I love silouettes and muted tones as much as the vibrant scenes, if not a shade more



The Cauldron, Bay of Fires

Been a while since the last post so thought that I’d put one of my favourites some the recent trip up. Lucked it for some nice swells on a clear morning on the Bay of Fires, a beautiful part of the world



Located in the beautiful Bay of Fire region in Tasmania, this blow hole blasting a sheet of beautiful white water contrasting against a beautiful blue sky was a welcome treat after spending the better part of a week in the wet. bofire6