Oh boy love the big country. This beautiful landscape was found while meandering the back roads south-east of Dalgety. Emu's, kangaroos, cattle grids aplenty. Just love a ramble with no destination in mind.
First brought to attention through publication by The Weekly Times this farmers fence south of Castlemaine is adorned by 257-foxes. An introduced species from England, foxes cause mass injury and death to lambs during late winter and spring.
We're fortunate to live within easy drive to the beautiful suburb that is Warrandyte. It has one of Melbourne's most picturesque and well faciliated dog walking tracks along the banks of the Yarra.
I'm reluctant to mention this but Warburton is hands down my favourite town in the Yarra Valley to visit at anytime of year. Plenty of nature loving spectacles surround it and the town's integration with the Yarra River is something to be marvelled at.
I love the bush. Photographing and filming our extraordinary landscape fulfils many passions but most strongly of all is the places and the people, who without photography as a vehicle I wouldn’t have the privilege of seeing or meeting.
Showglow Pix is about inspiring others to get out and discover our rural places and if an image moves someone enough to purchase then that’s a bonus.
Melbourne's Royal Botanical Gardens (RBG) has developed considerably in the last 10-years, so if you're into garden inspiration and a meandering wander give yourself a few hours here to see what's new. You can become complacent [...]
Rising like a 7-kilometer, long, tsunami of rock about to engulf the Acheron Valley, the Cathedral Range is an unmissable landmark between Buxton and Taggerty. There are a number of hikes ranging from the sedate, [...]
WALK: 10.4km | GRADE: Easy | ENVIRONMENT: Coastal Forest/Farmland Located only minutes from the Cape Schank lighthouse turn-off, on the Mornington Peninsula is the Long Point reserve. Long Point hike criss-crosses Main Creek starting out [...]
WALK: 4.5km | GRADE: Easy | ENVIRONMENT: Exposed hill top Unmistakably dominating the landscape between Melbourne and Geelong are the twin humps of the You Yangs. As folklore has it (or scientists) 350-million years ago - so long ago that [...]
The story of William Benjamin Chaffey - W.B or 'Boss' to the locals - and his brother George Chaffey is a remarkable one. These Canadian raised brothers first gained their Australian connection through Sir Alfred [...]
The Brim silo's first struck the Australian social consciousness in early 2016 as media organisations, both print and digital, clambered over themselves to produce copy regarding the awe-inspiring site of painted, westward facing, double Geelong-silo's [...]