If a picture speaks a thousand words my new Gibb River Road calendars tell a story 6 years in the making.
6 years of fun and games exploring the Kimberley. 6 years chasing the light. Sunrises and sunsets. Flat tyres and rough roads. All condensed to 12 pages and 48 photos. What a journey. And what a place to call home!
Of the 3550 calendars printed in May I only have about 150 remaining so get in quick.
Continue reading “The Gibb & Beyond | 2020 Calendar”
Manning Gorge, on the Gibb River Road, is a great example of how photography can help us see a place with fresh eyes and experience a familiar location in new ways. Every time I’ve been there over the last six years different things catch my attention and I walk away with very different photos. Instead of photography taking over the experience it can help us to slow down, help us pay attention and encourage us to keep exploring.
When I first visited Manning back in 2013 it was late in the Dry Season. The waterfall had stopped running so my photos were all about the sandstone gorge itself and those beautiful burnt orange colours. The busiest part of the tourist season was over so the place was quiet and still. Aboriginal rock art in the gorge was a nice reminder people have been sitting on these same rocks and looking at these same colours for millennia.
My second visit was early in the Dry Season in 2015 and the waterfall was at its best. Continue reading “Manning Gorge | Simply Magical “