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The Fremantle Gallery
After 13 years of running the gallery in the heart of Fremantle Adam has now gone completely online. The gallery is gone but you can still view and purchase all of Adam’s stunning images directly from the website. Click on the images links in the left hand column to find exactly what you are after.
Stock Clearance Sale
We still have a few great pieces of ready printed and framed ex gallery fine art images of Australia available at some super special prices, to see all the images available Click HERE>>
This time last year i was in Southern Chilé for the wedding of a couple of good friends, one of whom is Chiléan, hence the location. I had never been to Chilé before, so it was a new adventure for me, I’ve seen plenty of images from there, so i had a bit of an idea, but they was nothing compared to the reality.
What an amazingly beautiful place, totally different to anywhere i have been before. The South of Chilé is all mountains forests, fast flowing crystal clear rivers… and volcanoes…
Awe inspiring! Nothing quite like waking up in the morning and looking out the window to find an enormous smoking volcano taking up most of the horizon, especially when the day before – the day of arrival – had been so overcast and rainy there was no horizon and the presence of the volcano was hidden. Something i never really got used to, i think the locals were wondering what i was staring at all the time. Read the rest of this entry »
Kimberley Photographic Tour
Have you ever wanted to visit the Kimberley? Do you love taking Landscape Images of breathtaking wild places? How about if you could combine both of these things, with a small group of like minded people and two professional landscape photographers to get you to the best locations at the best times?
In May next year i will be running specialised 7 day photographic tour to the Kimberley, and 7 day photographic tours to the Bungle Bungles, in conjunction with Greg Hocking. Each tour will have a maximum of 8 people, so if it sounds good to you, you can read more about the Photographic tour to the Kimberley Here> and the Photographic tour to the Bungle Bungles Here> .
The Cottesloe rally for the Kimberley was yesterday, and considering the heat (35 degrees…) it was a pretty good turn out, i’m not good at estimating numbers, but i would have said 300-400 people were there.
All the wilderness groups worked together to put on a well organised show of unity, it was just a shame the heat was so intense so early, i think that stopped a lot of people from showing up. I know they were expecting much bigger numbers from the responses they had from facebook and other social network news, so if you were there, well done, if you were going to come but didn’t… What happened? Don’t you think saving the Kimberley from going the way of the Pilbara Coast is worth sweating a bit for?
I really can’t stress this enough, unless they are forcibly stopped by overwhelming public opinion, the Barnett Government will ruin the Kimberley forever. This is not what Colin Barnett claims is, “a pinprick on the landscape” this is a giant, polluting, ecology destroying industrial zone that is going to cover more than 20 square kilometres and stretch 7km out to sea, right smack bang in the middle of one of the last pristine wilderness areas left on earth. That is just the beginning, there are at least 5 other projects in the pipeline that will piggy back off this one, moving right into the heart of the Kimberley.
We shouldn’t have to fight our own Government to get them to do the right thing, and raping the Kimberley is not the right thing for anybody except a few multinational corporations who will simply disappear when the minerals run out, leaving desolation and destruction in their wake. Wouldn’t it be nice if we were remembered as the generation who saved the Kimberley from corporate greed rather than the one who let it be destroyed?
Don’t forget, the Kimberley Rally to show public opinion about the proposed James Price Point Gas project is this Sunday, 28th November at 11am. It is happening at the Cottesloe Civic Centre in Napier St, this is Colin Barnett’s own electorate so it will be interesting to see if he dares to show his face. Tell everyone you know about it, lets get a bit of public opinion stirred up about this, before it’s too late!
If you care about the Kimberley, and you dont want your heritage destroyed by uncaring greedy fat bastards, you’ll be there. The proposed Kimberley Gas Project will be an enormous loss for all of us, don’t let them get away with it.
I spent Sunday and Monday this week at a mindblowing two day workshop by Guy Gowan on Photoshop and advanced image retouching. I thought i knew what i was doing before i went, i thought this would be professional development, where i would add to my knowledge, maybe pick up a few useful tips and tricks to improve my processing skills… Oh, i was so wrong. Read the rest of this entry »