Monday, 22 August 2016 04:55

On the road

A passing truck negotiates a wet Carnarvon Highway in Queensland.

On assignment for R.M. Williams OUTBACK magazine.

Four days in the cab of a road train, driving from Mareeba to Sydney.

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Thursday, 07 April 2016 05:25

Iffley Station

On assignment for R.M. Williams OUTBACK magazine at Iffley Station, Queensland.

Located about 500 kilometres by road north east of Mt Isa, mustering on Iffley is hot, dusty and dirty.

But the jackeroos and jillaroos love it.

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Friday, 29 January 2016 05:12

Oakey Beef Exports

Spent the afternoon at Oakey Beef Exports in Oakey on the Darling Downs.

General manager Pat Gleeson runs an impressive operation at one of the Australia's largest abattoirs.

Up in Queensland shooting and interviewing for a story I'm writing about the Aussie beef industry for R.M. Williams OUTBACK magazine.

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Wednesday, 03 June 2015 06:09

Perfect one day

Beautiful one day, perfect the next.

Up in Noosa for the week and the weather is spot on.

Sunset over Noosa beach.

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Tuesday, 06 May 2014 13:59

Brahman shadows

I might be thousands of kilometres from my family this birthday, but a few hours in the air with Wrotham Park manager Jock Warriner made up for it.

Shot this pic hanging from an R22 above the weaner yards as we came into land at the homestead just before sunset.

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Monday, 05 May 2014 13:38

Up on the Cape

Up on Cape York this week at Wrotham Park Station.

A great bunch of people out here, including this young fella, Jack Jones.

Shot this pic after Jack and the weaner camp crew had spent the day processing two road trains worth of cattle.

Hot and dusty work, but the ringers love it.


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Friday, 25 April 2014 12:46

Burke and Wills country

Bring on the heat. Great to be back out bush. This time outback Queensland and South Australia

Just drove from Cunnamulla to Innamincka and now spending a few days on Nappa Merrie Station, home of the famous Burke and Wills dig tree.

Shot this pic just before sunrise before the mustering team headed out for the day.


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