January 23rd, 2012
Im definitely showing signs of improvement, with 2 posts in two weeks! This is another shot from my latest trip to the Kimberley last year. I haven’t been into Geikie Gorge for quite a few years, as its near Fitzroy Crossing just off the main road and if i’m going that way the Gibb River Rd is my preference.
Geikie Gorge Twilight reflections
Camping around Fitzroy Crossing is a bit scarce, unless you want to stay in a camp ground in the town, which i don’t, as it’s not really my favourite town… though in saying that, it does appear to have improved in the last 10 years, which was the last time i stopped there. Read the rest of this entry »
January 26th, 2011
Kimberley Photographic Tour
Speaking of the Kimberley, my 7 day Photographic tour of the Kimberley and the 7 day photographic tour of the Bungle Bungles, with Nigel Gaunt, are rapidly approaching, May the 16th and then May 24th. Both of these tours are currently more than half full, so there are only a few places left. To help us get all our booking done early we have decided to offer a discount of $250 for each tour for everyone who books and pays in full by Feb 28th.
Both these tours are a great opportunity to see the real kimberley with 3 experienced professional photographers who love the Kimberley and have been there many times. You can read more about the 7 day Kimberley adventure tour here, and you can read more about the 7 day Bungles adventure tour here. Or you can download the information and booking pdf here.
Windjana Gorge at dawn, one of the iconic locations along the Gibb River Rd
On May the 16th we will be leaving Broome and headed out onto the Gibb River Rd for 7 days of awesome photography, hands on masterclasses, hanging out in magical wild places, swimming in beautiful waterholes and watching the sunset in the Kimberley sky. Then on May the 24th, we will leave Kununurra for the beginning of the second Kimberley Photographic adventure tour, 7 days camping in Purnululu National Park of exploring and photographing the Bungle Bungles. Read the rest of this entry »