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Location photos

One of the joys of travel is the opportunity to take photos of fabulous people, places and events.

The Australian landscape, in my opinion, is one of the most beautiful in the world, and one of the most photogenic. It changes constantly as you travel through it and at different times of the day. All the photos here have been taken by me in my travels. Very few are touched up in any way, other than cropping and cleaning up photo ‘noise’.

As well as the exclusive offers available in the Gallery, all the photos here are also available for purchase on a non-exclusive basis.

Prices are listed below. All sizes are approximate, and depend on the size of the original photo. Prices will be based on a ‘best fit’ according to the actual size of the photo, and are inclusive of postage in Australia. Please add $13 for international postage.

Arrangements can also be made to print photos on metal, canvas, magnets – even stubbie holders. The possibilities are limited only by your imagination and available technology.

Photos on the website are low resolution, to make them easier to load. All prints will be done from high-resolution photos, and are on archive quality photo paper.

If you have any enquiries about the photos on the site please contact me.

 

20cm x 30cm – $25
30cm x 45cm – $35
40cm x 60cm – $70
50cm x 75cm – $95
60cm x 90cm – $115
70cm x 105cm – $145

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Broken Hill

Broken Hill surprised me. I’m not really sure what I was expecting, but it wasn’t a huge mine overlooking the town. But even with the mine Broken Hill is a treasure. I loved the diversity, the people and the attitude of the town. And that mine becomes strangely hypnotic …

Cobar

With a population of just over 5,000 people Cobar is in central western NSW. Its spot at the intersection of the Kidman Way and Barrier Highway means that all roads really do lead to Cobar – or so it seems when you’re travelling around. On our last trip it seemed that every intersection or corner …

Desert wildflowers

Australian wildflowers get a bad rap. No, they’re not big & showy like others, but they are beautiful. Especially when they bloom in the desert after even a little bit of rain. Even the grasses turn irredescent green These were all taken in the Northern Territory around Uluru, Kata Tjuta, and Watarrka

Desert wildflowers 2

I’ve had two trips to the desert over the past few years and both times I’ve seen wildflowers. This time, through the Flinders Ranges, along the Birdsville Track and then back down to Innaminka and Cameron Corner the flowers were stunningly beautiful. Contrasted with the red dirt and the blue skies it was amazing.

Lake Cargelligo

 

Menindee Lake

Menindee Lake at sunset is beautiful, though the deepening darkness brings a haunted, and haunting, quality to the dead and dying trees surrounding the lake.

Shearing sheds

Have you ever been in a shearing shed and watched shearers at work? With the floors polished from years of lanoline being rubbed into them, swinging doors stained with years of sweat from shoulders pushing them open, and tufts of wool littering the floors, you really do feel like you’re in a Tom Roberts Painting.