Posts tagged “Pilbara

Pilbara, free of flood, fire and cyclone!

Here are some images from a place in Australia that seems like the only spot not being ravaged by natural disaster! Floods here in South Queensland, floods in Victoria, cyclones up north, fires in Perth… I hope these images might cheer up some in stormy, wet and windy places! Taken recently on a quick trip to Karijini National Park in the Pilbara.

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Heli Mustering Pilbara

Ok, I’ll admit this post has nothing to do with fine art photography! But it is blog-worthy because it was the most fun I’ve had in a long time. Pilbara Helicopters ( AKA Williambury Helicopters) asked me to shoot some new images for a new website and advertising. In between taking photos I got a few clips – I apologise in advance for dodgy hand held footage!

Seeing the Pilbara by air is stunning – it’s the best way to get around too. Flying at 240 km/h and the ability to land where ever you need, a helicopter is surely a photographers best friend!


A quick trip to The Pilbara

I’m back in the office this week after a quick trip to WA’s Pilbara. A sensational week photographing industrial projects, a million acre station, a spot of heli mustering and the stunning Karijini National Park. More images coming soon!