Monthly Archives: November 2009

NEW ZEALAND – ICE SPIRE

One of any glacier’s most unique and remarkable structures are it’s seracs and Fox Glacier was and is no exception. Its crevasse  and serac field is littered with unique and unusual ice formations. This natural ice spire caught my eye as we skimmed over the glacier in the small mountain helicopter. I focused my attention […]

NEW ZEALAND – ICE SPIKES FOX GLACIER

The glacial plateau at the base of Mount Cook and Mount Tasman is spectacular for its unique ice formations.  This photograph particularly appeals to me with the soft blue light in the foreground and the juxtaposition of the soft snow and jagged ice formations. This photograph also gives a very good indication of the immense scale […]

NEW ZEALAND – MOUNT TASMAN

With an elevation of more than eleven thousand four hundred and seventy feet Mount Tasman is the second highest peak in New Zealand. It sits proud in the southern alps, nestled next to its larger and more famous brother – Mount Cook. This photograph was taken by helicopter over the Fox Glacier in New Zealand’s […]

TASMANIA – TOUR OF THE EAST COAST

After returning from two weeks in the South Island of New Zealand in July and catching up with all the work that had mounted up in the office I had the itch to get back out there into the wilderness for some more landscape photography – this time a bit more of a family trip. […]

STORM AT RYE

I was down at Rye for a dealer conference last week and managed to get a little bit of time post conference for photography. This photograph was taken at the Rye Back Beach at  Sunset as a storm rolled in from the ocean. This was one of about twelve different frames I took while the […]

BACK FROM THE VICTORIAN HIGH COUNTRY

I am back from a recent last minute overnight stealth mission :-) to Craig’s Hut at the top of Mount Sterling in the Victorian High Country. Leaving Friday afternoon as soon as I could get away from the office my cousin and I headed off for what ended up being an expensive and somewhat eventful […]

REVIEW UPDATE – CAPTURE NEW ZEALAND PHOTOGRAPHY TOURS

I have added a brief review on my recent trip to New Zealand with Phillip Bartlett from Capture New Zealand Photography tours. There is also video footage on You Tube of the trip.

POSSIBLE FUTURE BLOG?

If I get enough time and inclination, this may be my photography blog for my Wilderness, Nature and Landscape Photography. I intend to use it to report on photographic trips and expeditions and general items related to photography that interest me. I am currently debating the merits of setting up a dedicated website for my […]