A short bio (or self-justification!)
This is a selection of some of the images I have acquired and created over the last 10 or so years. I started in photography, like most, with a black and white Instamatic. In the 70's, I developed and printed my own black and white, and then some colour prints from slides. Again, like most, I have a collection of thousands of slides, most of which will never see the light of day, unless I get motivated to review, cull and scan, I suspect more cull than scan. With the advent of the digital revolution in photography, it is easy to review and cull at and just after the moment of capture, rather than waiting to get home and get the prints or slides back from the processer. Digital also makes it easier to share images, via websites like this, flash drives to review at leisure, and self-published coffee table books. Anything but the dreaded slide nights from the 60's and 70's.
Currently, I use Nikon cameras and lens, with aid from the Lumix point & shoot LX5. I also have a box of obsolete Nikons, Minoltas, various lenses and a venerable Rolleiflex T. Over the last 10 years, I have been lucky enough to visit the Antarctic and Arctic many times, and hope that other people will get as much enjoyment from these images as I have. Home is on the sub-tropical coast of Queensland, hence some images of beaches and sunshine.
Some people say that if your image needs a caption, you've failed to make a decent image. However, sometimes, it's useful to know the time and place, and some history behind the image. As I get time, I shall try and add captions if I think they may be helpful.
A new gallery added under Wildlife and Wild Places, the North West Passage! Highlights of my voyage from Kangaloussaq in Greenland, across five time zones, ending at Cambridge Bay in Nunavut.
Another new gallery under travel, Scenic Cambodia. Click the photo on the right to get to it.
I've changed the front page below, so that there is one picture from each gallery. Clicking through takes you to the gallery and then the individual picture.