Friday, 25 October 2013

The Twelve Apostles

I hit the coast of Princetown, Southern Victoria to shoot some images for my stock library.

The Twelve Apostles

 The Twelve Apostles all eight of them.  


The Twelve Apostles

The Twelve Apostles

Mutton Bird Island

MuttonBird Island





Monday, 14 October 2013

Perfect Days

Saturday was the most perfect day I have seen in months.  I even managed to get the Melbourne CBD in the background for a client who had a location in Frankston.  And Melbourne s trees with their spring growth added extra colour to the city.

There are a few large high pressure systems heading towards Victoria at the end of the week - I'm thinking this may be the last of the rainy weather.

Jet Ski, Frankston

I even spotted someone loving life on a Jet Ski on Port Phillip Bay.


Frankston looking toward Melbourne CBD.

Swanston street, Melbourne

The trees on Swanston Street add some colour to Melbourne during spring.


Friday, 11 October 2013

Boort & Heathcote Victoria.

Spent another day photographing locations in Central Victoria.


Woolshed Swamp in Boort
Woolshed Swamp, Boort

Boort & Little Lake Boort
Little Lake Boort, victoria.

Boort and Little Lake Boort
Aerial view of Boort township.

Heathcote Wine Region in Victoria.
Aerial view of Heathcote shot from the west looking east.


Sunday, 6 October 2013

Country Victoria - Aerial Photography

Over the last two weeks I have been doing some flying over most of Victoria. It was difficult trying to get a nice and clear day during spring time while the crops, mostly Canola were still in bloom.

That's the way it is in Victoria - you can have a set time for a shoot or you can wait for a sunny day, often you can't have both. I was happy with the results and from all reports so where the clients! I'm looking forward to doing the same next year with all the lessons learned things will run a lot smoother. It's been interesting discussing the crops with clients and learning a thing or two about Canola. I am a bit disappointed with the postal service in some parts of rural Victoria. Having relied on this to get my products to my clients & some getting lost & some taking over a week- it's just not good enough. You would think that 100+ years would be long enough to get it (the postal service) down pat, hopefully there is logical explanation to this.

Now let's look at a few of my favourite shots from the three days I spent flying.

[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="600"] Patterns made by crops in north western Victoria, Australia[/caption]


[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="600"] Tree swamped by a Canola crop in north west Victoria.[/caption]

[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="600"] What an amazing location[/caption]


[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="600"] Patterns on a dairy farm, north west Victoria.[/caption]

Until next time..