Bimberi Peak, or Mt Bimberi, is the highest peak in the ACT at 1912 m.a.s.l. It lies towards the south of the Brindabella Range, straddling the border between the ACT and NSW. Funnily enough, I'd never actually climbed Bimberi - perhaps because its remoter and harder to get to than many of the other Brindabella peaks such as Mt Franklin, Mt Gingera etc.Read More
A few weeks ago I found myself on the road to Albany. I was in Western Australia to photograph the Killer Whales in the Bremer canyon, but I'd booked myself a few extra days in the area because....well, just because. I thought I'd stop in Albany to try and find some Albany pitcher plants but, as it turns out, I'm better at finding orchids than carnivorous plants.Read More
Its been a while since my last blog post. Almost a month, in fact. I think I've been waiting for a theme or an idea to explore, but in the meantime I've been accumulating plenty of images that I want to share. So, a blog post with odds and ends from here (mostly Perth) and there (one from Canberra), all taken over the last month or so. Ming Thein calls these kinds of posts 'singles' on his thought-provoking blog.Read More
I've been thinking lately about that time I spent two weeks on Lord Howe Island. I don't know why the reminiscing is happening now, but it is. Perhaps I just really want to go back there.Read More
Finally, after years of trying, I have tasted success at the hands of the Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year!
My image, "Spiders dew home" is a finalist in the Animal Habitat category. Being a finalist means that mine is one of 100 other images which together will make up the exhibition and subsequent book. Winners will be announced on the 10th of August, at an event at the South Australian Museum.Read More