Earth Meets Sky

There’s something about the intersection of earth and sky that intrigues me, beyond the effects of the weather and its morphing, colourful atmospherics.

It’s a separation of the land we inhabit from a world we can’t. It’s a whole different world we can only dream of exploring. It brings water, wind and life, yet we remain at its mercy. It will do as it pleases and lives by rules of its own.

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Crescent Moon

2019, Freycinet National Park, Tasmania

Crescent moon, Freycinet
Sometimes the journey is more important than the destination! I was walking down a sandy track towards a beach I planned to photograph. On the way in, I noticed this scene behind me. A crescent moon rising into an incredibly textured sky beyond the ridge line. It was all I really needed.

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Ancient Forms

2019, South West National Park, Tasmania

Ancient Forms
Somewhere between Lake Pedder and Mount Anne, South West Tasmania, remain these ancient peaks, largely undisturbed by man since the beginning of time. Now under more threat than ever before.

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Bushfire Affected Peak

2019, South West National Park, Tasmania

Bushfire affected peak
The impact of bushfire in Tasmania’s delicate South West wilderness area. While this peak will probably recover with time, many unique plant species in the area will remain forever scarred.

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Rocky Shapes

2019, Eastern Tasmania

Rocky Shapes
Shapes of a rocky outcrop on the east Tasmanian coast, as the weather closes in.

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Bathed in Blue

2019, Eastern Tasmania

Bathed in Blue
I watched from a distance as heavy clouds rolled in over the east Tasmanian coastline.

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