"On my way to North Curl Curl, it had started to rain however as I was halfway there, I decided I may as well keep going. As I got closer to North Curl Curl, I could see a small gap on the horizon and by this stage the rain had stopped.
Upon getting to the pool, I was surprised that there was hardly anyone else there so was able to get a great spot on the rocks near the corner of the pool. By this stage, the clouds above had broken up a bit more and the gap on the horizon was bigger.
It was then a case of waiting for the colour to come through and a larger wave to hit the other side of the pool creating the flow down the side of the pool." - @pjr_images
Camera: Nikon D7100
Lens: AF-S DX NIKKOR 10-24mm F3.5-4.5G ED
Settings: 10mm | f/16 | 2 sec | ISO 100
"For many people, the ocean is a place where they find peace and can escape from the chaos of their daily life. I try to create images that help people find that serenity when they can't get in the ocean themselves." - @hannahprewittphotography
Camera: Nikon D750
Lens: AF-S NIKKOR 50mm f/1.8 G
Settings: f/1.8 | 1/4000s | ISO 100
-That sense of liberation-
From birth, man carries carries the weight of gravity on his shoulders. He is bolted to earth but man has only to sink underneath the surface and he is free (Jacques Cousteau)
This preset will be among many others in our Underwater Portrait Lightroom preset pack.
Posing underwater is very different from what we all use to do when we’re in the pool! The secret behind it is in our buoyancy control course.
Last but not least! Hats off to this mummy. Not an easy pose to pull off 🙌
3119 hours ago
Just chillin and chewing grass.
Did anyone happen to see the wonderful footage of wild dingoes hunting on David Attenborough's, Seven Worlds One Planet on Wednesday night?
It was an amazing episode of many wonderful Australian species but I believe the dingoes stole the show. Many people around the world and in Australia would have never seen dingoes hunt so it was fantastic to see what they have been doing in Australia for thousands of years.
A big congratulations to everyone involved in putting Australia's dingoes on the big stage.
A couple of years ago I had the privilege of photographing a couple of juvenile dingoes who were just taking it easy and chewing on some grass out in the Great Sandy Desert, Western Australia.
Here are some favourite images of mine from that afternoon.
This chonky boi found a nice sheltered spot from the wind in the sun to have a nap on. This will be me this weekend after last weekend's massive Tasman peninsula event by @hobartandbeyond with @pennicottjourneys
Last week I had my first fire deployment with NPWS. A steep learning curve but a fulfilling experience, my enjoyment on my deployment has been blunted by the story unfolding across Australia. We aren't even in summer yet. This is a shot with my phone from cooroogoona campground, where we worked to stop an old shale oil tailings stockpile from going up in flames. This weekend I am doing my first CRAFT deployment, monitoring the blue mts for new ignitions from lightning and dropping in to put them out. This organisation is pretty amazing at this work and I can't wait to learn more.
For those of you that have ordered a calendar, I am going slowly going through my list and making contact. There are still a few left if you haven't ordered yet, just flick me a message! Peace!
What is it with our weddings lately and the amazing bridal party people 🥳 ?
Fun, laidback, gorgeous, with the best dance moves and willing to get crazy with us surrounded by a bunch of coconut trees!
Couldn’t ask for better 😍
Also, I read an article lately about “not raising an a**hole” and one of the tips was “Support your child's friendships with the opposite sex. Boys and girls can — and should! — have platonic relationships.” And I am always thrilled to see mixed gender in bride or groom’s crews 🤩