The huge tides in the Kimberley can completely engulf mangrove trees that are found in abundance along the shoreline and creek systems in the region. Bait fish swirl among the leaves and branches as they find welcome relief from the predators that lurk nearby.
Silver Distinction - 2017 AIPP Australian Professional Photography Awards.
4th Place - 2017 Australian Photography Awards - Nature Category.
Honourable Mention - 2017 International Photographer of the Year Awards.
Honourable Mention - 2017 International Colour Awards - Wildlife Category
Nominee - 4th Ed. 2018 Fine Art Photography Awards - Wildlife Category
TOP 50 - 2017 PROIFY Awards - 17th.
The Pelican waits patiently for a school of bait fish to drift past, hoping for an easy meal. Silver Award - 2018 AIPP Western Australian...View full product details
The gentle waves push towards the mangrove as the huge tides of the Kimberley meet the vibrant red Pindan shoreline. I get asked a lot...View full product details
Water draining out of a Kimberley creek system, Mother nature is the real artist here! These patterns, made from the tidal water constantly moving over...View full product details