Mitch Green | Australia. 26 • Melbourne Landscape & Travel Photographer • [email protected] • Prints & Articles: http://mitchgreenphotos.com/
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The picture perfect Hopetoun Falls, nestled away amongst Victoria's lush Otways forest.
852208:27 AM Aug 14, 2018
Blue Crush 🌊
1064244:14 AM Aug 11, 2018
A different take on the old faithful, Bombo Quarry.
985218:07 AM Jul 31, 2018
Aqua Terra 🌊
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Like grand pillars stretching through the fog, monumental Mountain Ash stand watch over the living pantheon of Victoria’s Black Spur.
1356295:23 AM Jul 10, 2018
There are few locations better than Outback Australia to witness the night sky in all its wonder. With endless plains and city lights a distant memory, the tapestry of stars extending across the heavens is equal parts awe-inspiring and humbling. With the park gates set to close as the last traces of sunlight fled the sky, this image is a blend of exposures. I first captured Uluru lit by residual sunlight forty minutes after sunset, before driving outside the park to capture the Milky Way in the dark of night.
3811876:11 AM Jul 6, 2018
Light Finds A Way.
Inside the breathtaking stone walls of Arizona's Antelope Canyon, it still remains almost midnight black, even in the middle of the day. Yet small cracks in the canyon overhead allow light to shine on through, illuminating the mesmerising carved walls.
It's one of those experiences that fully lives up to any preconceived notion of how beautiful the place is. That is if, like me, you lag behind the tour group waiting for a tourist-free shot like this one.
775147:16 AM Jun 8, 2018
Dawn Rush 🌊
Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around once in awhile, you could miss it.
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Gazing up at the tapestry of stars, my grandfather’s old kerosene lantern guiding the way ✨
1479474:42 AM Apr 22, 2018
The crystal clear waters of Jervis Bay from above.
After a year with my Mavic Pro, I’ve written a new article on using drones in landscape photography. The piece covers considerations to be mindful of, and shares my advice on creating compelling compositions from the sky. For those interested, I’ve included a link to the article in my bio.
In awe among the ancients.
I’ve wandered through the sugar pines of Laurel Hill half a dozen times now, yet the forest keeps drawing me back. Perhaps it’s the limbless trunks towering above. Or the golden light flooding the forest of an early morning. Or the eerie streams of fog snaking through the trees on a brisk winter’s day.
Regardless, each time I walk away humbled by the grandeur of the giants, knowing I’ll return soon.