The beautiful architecture of Dublin’s Georgian Doors. See link for posters and montage of these vibrant coloured doors. Great for wall hanging and home décor! Continue reading Georgian Doors of Dublin, Ireland
See more Australian Landscape images from my travels… Australia has diverse landscapes. From arid deserts, stunning beaches, lush rainforests, rivers, lakes, snow capped mountains. Uluru, Central Australia Nariel Creek, Victoria Devils Marbles, Northern Territory Cape Tribulation, Far North Queensland Ubirr – Kakadu National Park See more Australian Landscape images from my travels… Australian Landscapes Continue reading Australian Landscapes
UNIQUE – SURVIVORS – FASCINATING Australian Tree Bark Series Images by Lexa Harpell. A close up look at some of the unique Aussie Tree Bark – colours, textures, patterns. The uniqueness of Australian native plants comes from its isolated geography dating back 50 million years ago – after separating from Gondwana. Around 800 native Gum Trees (eucalypts) have been identified from over the 24,000 native Australian plant species. Over … Continue reading Aussie Tree Bark
Aussie Corrugated Galvanised Iron Series by Lexa Harpell. A close up collection of the great Aussie icon – ‘gal iron’. Shapes, colours and its spectacular corroding colours and textures – found mainly in rural New South Wales, Australia on my travels. Most were shot in heavy rain, enhancing the colours vibrancy. Corrugated galvanised iron became a strong Australian cultural identity and ‘gal iron’ ‘tin roof’ an … Continue reading Iconic Aussie Corrugated Iron
Central Australia Images VIBRANT AND REMOTE Central Australia also known as The Red Centre It’s a long way to reach Central Australia. 1,500kms south of Darwin – 1,600kms north of Adelaide – 3,000kms east of Brisbane – 3,600kms west of Perth. Hundreds of kms between towns. The roads are long and somewhat vacant. Only occasionally seeing another vehicle, once in a while you pass a lone cyclist and those … Continue reading Central Australia
Kakadu National Park Images A Timeless Wilderness – Kakadu National Park is one of only 25 World Heritage sites listed for both cultural and natural values to humanity. *Australia has four in this category. Breathtaking vistas over the flood plains from Ubirr – 50,000yr old Ancient Rock Art – Yellow Water Billabong – BIG Crocodiles – Infinity Rock Pools of Gumlon – Jim Jim Falls – incredible Rockscapes – Kakadu … Continue reading Kakadu National Park Australia
Outback Australia Images REMOTE – VAST – RAW Three words that epitomises the Australian Outback! Spending five months travelling through northwest Queensland and the Northern Territory – driving along remote unsealed roads (where my campervan could take me), the vibrant red dirt settled in every nook possible – even on my toothbrush! Staying at remote cattle stations – hiking for hours through remote gorges and canyons, wading waist deep through rivers … Continue reading Outback Australia Images
Australian Outback Art Images REMOTE – VAST – RAW Three words that epitomises the Australian Outback! Spending five months travelling through northwest Queensland and the Northern Territory – driving along remote unsealed roads (where my campervan could take me), the vibrant red dirt settled in every nook possible – even on my toothbrush! Staying at remote cattle stations – hiking for hours through remote gorges and canyons, wading waist deep through … Continue reading Australian Outback Art Images
This gallery is a collection of favourite images captured during our trip around Tasmania. Many have had the honour to be awarded as a feature, many with multiples and have been most popular by views. The way I saw this state! Tasmania is ‘Contained’ – you only have to drive an hour and you are ‘somewhere’! It has such diverse scenery you could every want to … Continue reading My Collection of Favourite Images from TASMANIA!
It was an exciting, exhausting and thrilling three months experiencing and photo journaling our island state of Tasmania. ‘falling in love with your own country, through the eyes of a tourist’ and capturing these precious ‘Moments in Time’ images – and having fun along the way. I’d taken so many images of Tasmania’s glorious scenery, it was difficult to choose a handful for my ‘Images of Tasmania’ collection. Each … Continue reading Three months in Tasmania – A handful of favourite images!