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Monk Art Photography Gallery & Photographic Tours

Large format fine art images of Australia  to hang on your wall of your home or office, Photographic tours and workshops that inspire and educate or just a series of beautiful images of the world we live in to make you feel good.

Be Inspired with a Photography Tour or Workshop

All levels of photographer will benefit from one of my photographic tours or Photography Workshops,   see and photograph Bhutan, Cambodia and Iceland.  For the latest Photography Workshops click here.

The Fremantle Gallery

If you are in Fremantle Western Australia you can come on down to the gallery to see big beautiful images on the walls, or you can browse the online gallery right here.

A new Look for your Office

Talk to us about your office decor requirements, we have a series of innovative solutions to help you with choice and visualisation, we handle the whole thing from choosing the images to delivery, hanging and cleanup.  Click here for details.

Latest News

Greenland Photo tour last minute deal

July 28th, 2016

I have just had two spots open up for my 2016 Greenland photographic sailing adventure due to last minute cancellations.  This is really last minute, as the tour actually begins from Reykjavik (Iceland) next week on 2nd of August!


To help you decide I am offering a huge discount on these two places, instead of US$6900 per place, you can have the tour for US$4500 per place.  You can read all about the Greenland Sailing Photo Tour right here>>

If you are interested please do send me an email immediately on

Himalayan Cloud Landscape in Bhutan

May 2nd, 2016

Something a little different here, shot from a high pass in the Himalayan mountains of Bhutan during a brief pause to change a flat tyre and admire the view… I think in the opposite order though, the tyre went flat after we stopped to admire the view.  Still, it gave us more time to watch the changing light and the clouds floating past below, bumping into the trees and high ridges.

Himalayan Cloud, Bhutan Photo TourI used a 200mm tele to really isolate this small scene from the mountainous background.  The light was streaming down the valley and the cloud was strongly side lit giving it this magical luminous quality.  The mountains behind the cloud are just visible as the slanting diagonal lines in the background.

Bhutan Photo Tour 2016 almost full.

I’ve got just 4 places left on this years 15 day Bhutan Photo Tour, leaving October 3rd from Bangkok, we have managed to coincide with three cultural festival this year, something I have never managed before.

The above image was shot with the Nikon D810 and the Nikon 70-200 f4 lens, it’s had a little cropped off the top and bottom, but very little post processing.

Bhutan Rice fields Early Morning

March 15th, 2016

Contrasting with the previous entry of the Himalayan landscape without any visible sign of humans, I also love the Bhutanese traditional rice terracing found all over the mountainous countryside, like this image from the far East of Bhutan in the region of Mongar.

Bhutan Photo tour with Adam Monk

Bhutan is a land of small holding subsistence farming, and the vast majority of the land is still under thick native forest, in fact the forest cover is increasing yearly and it’s basically forbidden to clear new land for farming.  The Bhutanese landscape is very mountainous, the valleys are steep and with only a few exceptions, narrow, so every bit of flat space is utilised carefully for cropping.  When the land is not flat, they make it flat with terracing.  Very clever use of space and it makes for beautiful scenery.

Bhutan Himalayan Sunset

March 3rd, 2016

On my last Photo Tour to Bhutan I found myself gazing more and more at the magical Himalayan Landscape.


Bhutan Photo Tour with the Himalayas at sunsetLast year I made two trips to Bhutan, one in the Himalayan Spring in April, and again in Autumn in November.  Both times of year are beautiful and in quite different ways.  In Spring the rice is just being planted and the fields are beginning to go green, the trees are starting to sprout new fresh leaves and the land is waking up from the big freeze of winter.  Autumn of course is the opposite, the rice is being harvested, vegetables are being stored, the chillies are all on the roof being dried for winter use and the land is slowing down ready to go into hibernation.  Both very different views and it was a new perspective for me to see both ends of the seasons in one year, to revisit places who on the last visit were planting when they were now harvesting.

The other thing I noticed last year was that I found myself shooting more landscapes of Bhutan.  On previous photo tours of Bhutan (2016 will be my 7th trip there) I was almost totally captivated with the people and the culture, it’s so very different to where I am from that it was hard not to be.  These last two trips it felt like I was re-seeing the amazing Bhutanese landscape, both the natural world and the place that the Bhutanese people have made within it for what really is thousands of years.

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APPA 2015 Results

October 25th, 2015

Young Monk at Gangtey BhutanI just returned from Melbourne where I went to watch the judging of the Australian Professional Photography Awards (APPAs) where I managed to achieve 3 Silver awards… Of course I submitted 4 Gold with distinction images (at least in my mind), but something happened to them on the way over and they transformed to three silvers and one bombed out completely at 78 (No award, Silver award starts at 80 points).

The judging was certainly fierce, and there were no free rides handed out.  I look back on many of my past entries that got easy silvers, and I doubt they would even get a look in now. I think that really shows how the standard of photography in Australia has risen, my own with it I hope, and the competition is now very intense.

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