It was an early start for us to get to the Bungle Bungles before dawn. The camp was about 30 minutes drive from the Piccaninny Creek entry, plus we had about a 20-25 minute walk in the dark from the … Continue reading
The Bungle Bungles (Purnululu National Park) was definitely one of the highlights of my Kimberley Photographic Tour. And what an amazing place at night!
After showing some of the tour group what I had photographed at night at Cape Leveque, quite a few were keen to join me when I had tried to arrange a night sky trip out to the Bungle Bungles. Continue reading
In the first from Kimberley Tour, here’s an image of Mitchell Falls with star trails under bright moonlight!
The Moon was practically overhead and was only 2 days from full, so the falls lit up light daylight using a long exposure. Continue reading
I can’t believe the time has almost come! I fly out on Saturday morning for my Kimberley Photography Adventure with the Ken Duncan group.
I’ve made my lists, checked them twice, packed almost everything I need and have started looking on Google Maps at the places we’re going. Continue reading
In just a few short weeks I’ll be flying out to the beautiful Kimberley region in West Australia for my 2 week photographic adventure with a Ken Duncan group.
The trip is my prize for taking out 1st place in the Ken Duncan Photo Awards competition back in February. To say i’m excited is an understatement! Continue reading
Yesterday, I got to meet Ken Duncan as we were both interviewed by the local NBN TV station about my winning photograph in the Ken Duncan Awards, and the prize trip out to the Kimberley’s with Ken. Continue reading
OMG, I’m still gob-smacked – I still can’t believe it’s real.
I entered some photos into the Ken Duncan Photo Awards, and my picture “Surf Alone” was chosen as the major prize winner! I get to go on a 13 day Kimberley Adventure with Ken Duncan!! Continue reading