The first ever Harvey Art and Discovery Safari took place on Sunday and I was delighted to be a part of it and show my work at the Chalbury Park B&B gardens. Being from Harvey myself, it was great talking to the locals about my work involving the surrounding areas. It was especially warming to
Brunswick Junction is a town in the South-West of Western Australia, straddling South-West Highway in between Perth and Bunbury. The town is well known for its annual show, the Brunswick Agricultural Show. It is one of the largest in Australia, with over 15,000 visitors. The periphery of the town along with the main strip running
A commercial pine forest is a desolate place to begin with. But when a bushfire tears through it leaves behind a waste land. The Waroona Bushfire was now 8 months ago, the pine trees haven’t started to grow again. The fire was so intense the entire forest was killed. Nothing is left behind but a
If you are travelling into Western Australia’s south-west and looking for the must see attractions, then Sugarloaf Rock must be on your list. Of all of Western Australia’s natural coastal sights to see, Sugar loaf rock is undoubtably one of the most impressive, and consequently one of the most photographed. Being on the western coast,
You may think that a ferocious bushfire destroys everything in its path. At least that is how they are portrayed in the media. In many ways this can be true, not the least of which is when bushfires interact with human infrastructure and lives. Despite this, Australia is a continent that had life evolve with
Our home in Harvey ended up being in the path of the Waroona Bushfire. The night before evacuation, rain drops started to fall on us, with the only cloud being the huge smoke cloud above us. The intense heat from the fire pushed humid air upwards where it rapidly cooled and condensed to water droplets.
Our government is allowing exploratory drilling in Harvey for the unconventional gas industry. We must fight to stop fracking coming to our precious agricultural area. We cannot afford their mistakes! I am waving all of the licensing and usage fees for the images (listed below) on this page for anyone needing to use them to
Today I visited Wyadup Beach. The surf was rough, a bit too rough for casual swimming. Wading through the cool water was equally nice though, considering the swimming I had done elsewhere during the day. Patterns in the sand had me captivated. While it is not particularly rare to get beaches without footprints in WA,