Black Night

Moody first light on the ancient cliffs and rock stacks of the 12 Apostles.

Fine art prints, framed prints, fine art canvas prints and image licencing available.


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Sometimes stripping back colour reveals the true beauty in a scene, leaving just tones and lines to tell the story.

The Barwon Heads Bridge on a cold starry night.

~ Limited edition print of 40 only ~

This would look stunning printed on fine art photographic paper and framed up, hanging on any wall.

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Sunrise from the Razorback
Great Ocean Road.

I have visited and shot this area literally hundreds of times, but I will never get sick of that feeling of insignificance I get when around these ancient cliffs and rock stacks, and feel the power and energy of the Southern ocean which has created this rugged coastline. I’m not overly spiritual but this region has an energy that is undeniable.

Join us on one of our Great Ocean Road Focalscape Photography Tours
Our September one is fully booked but we have places available for our December tour.
1st - 3rd Dec
Join Adam Dyson Photography and myself while we photograph some of Australia’s most iconic locations.
Take your photography to the next level with landscape / seascape photography tuition over the weekend. Transport, accommodation and (most) meals included. Leaves Barwon Heads Friday evening and returns Sunday evening. All skill levels welcome so don’t be shy ! Beginners to advanced shooters.
Or email with questions:
Or come into my gallery at 7 James Street, Geelong for a chat

Gallery: 7 James Street, Geelong


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• Fury •

Great Ocean Road
Victoria Australia

Yesterday afternoon I was sitting in my gallery in Geelong and was watching the forecast for a very large swell about to hit the Victorian coastline. I decided to close shop early and head down the coast to see the swell myself and try and capture it. Last night was reasonably big but nothing too exciting. The swell built overnight though and was incredibly big and stormy this morning. The sheer power of the waves exploding against the ancient cliffs was so intense you could almost feel the ground shake as they hit the cliffs. There were a couple of hairy moments with the waves coming up onto the clifftop where I was shooting from, having to run a couple of times and got the camera a bit wet too.

Wild Thing

The imposing Aoraki / Mount Cook in the Southern Alps of New Zealand, shot from the southern end of Lake Pukaki.
This is a 5 minute exposure which captures the beautiful snow drift and clouds blasting off the peaks with the late evening sun putting the final touches to it. 

This image is on display in my gallery printed on Ilford Smooth Pearl Photographic paper and beautifully finished in a Blackwood frame.
Print size 1200 x 540 mm
Other sizes and frame options available

My gallery will be officially open to the public from this Saturday 17th June onwards, from 10 am daily.

7 James Street, Geelong

Come in and say hi :)