When I set out to shoot a Landscape Photography shot a lot of planning is usually involved, some of the planning involved includes checking out weather charts to google maps to tide charts. With this photo I just happen to drive past this spot as I was heading back home from a different location and their was something about this tree that made me stop and go have a look to see if it was worth pulling out all of my camera gear. Looking at the final results of this photo I thi
I could never imagine I would come across such a beautiful Chapel as this, An unexpected gem on a long road trip up north from Sydney. This Anglican Church of All Saints was built in 1921 in memory of Major Clive Collingwood Dangar who lost his life during World War I, the church is now a very popular spot for weddings with its amazing colour and photographers like me. Although I came a little late this year and arrived at the end of autumn, I definitely cant wait to come bac
An amazing sunset photographed at the heads of Botany Bay, the colour definitely came out on this afternoons sunset expedition. The Island named Bare Island at Botany Bay is always a popular location for any landscape or wedding photographer in Sydney.Its a spot landscape photographers can take advantage of at sunrise and sunset and by the amount of wedding photographers I encountered its only getting busier. Even with all the people down by the water it is still one of Austr
Since its that time of year again I thought I should go down and check out our beautiful harbour during Vivid 2017. Vivid Sydney 2017 is a stunning event of light which happens each year, the show lights up some of Sydney's most popular landmarks like the Opera House, Harbour Bridge, Art Museum and the Botanic Gardens.It was amazing to see how many people were down at Circular Quay to see the show, definitely still very popular with Sydney's Landscape Photography community by
An hours drive south of Sydney is the no longer in service Old Helensburgh Railway Tunnel, with stunning colours and an eerie looking tunnel this location makes for great Landscape Photography shots. While visiting this location I ran into many Landscape Photographers showing just how popular this location still is, The tunnel which is said to be haunted was built in the mid 1880s and was said to be in service only a couple of decades before it was shut down. Definitely a mus
This is one of the most visited spots in the Blue Mountains region and you can definitely see why this is such a popular spot for not only tourists but locals aswell, This location is great for Landscape Photography because of its easy access and its great picnics spots to relax in.This waterfall not only has beautiful rock formations but the fauna colour is spectacular. Photo taken by RobLeoPhotography Landscape Photography Sydney Australia.
This Wildlife Sanctuary in North Rocks comprises the bushland valleys of Hunts and Pages Creeks, An abundance of local native flora and fauna is the main attraction to this visually stunning location. An easy walk down to the waterfall from the main road makes this a must see location in this area. This area is very popular with Landscape Photographers because its in the heart of Sydney Australia. Photo taken by RobLeoPhotography Landscape Photography Sydney Australia. #fall