:: Cascade Valley, Kosciuszko :: For many hours we had been snowshoeing through Cascade Valley in search of wildlife in the snow. It certainly is a different way to traverse the countryside, always on the lookout for holes in the snow, lest you fall into a stream running below. Although we were blessed with good weather this day, the horses kept eluding us. But it was a glorious day, so that didn’t really matter. It was invigorating just to be in such a pristine wilderness. Finally, as the day was ending and we were about to head back to our vehicles in the car park, these horses came galloping by. They were parading down through the valley, with the spectacular mountain vista behind them, as if to say farewell. I felt like I had just shaken hands with this country and these magnificent animals. I look forward to returning to the high country to visit the wild brumbies again.
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2 833 hours ago
Meteorite or sunset!!
Saw this unusual sunset in Brisbane recently.
Okay, I actually uploaded the right version this time 😅
What a sunset this was, especially for my first time back out in over a month. Sometimes taking a timelapse can feel risky. Staying in the same spot for two hours and hoping you've set everything up right! But it pays off so much to see this!
🌊 This stretch of Tidal River was absolutely pristine, and the colour of the water so blue. Let's protect natural beauties like this by limiting waste this Christmas. Tonight's focus for the Twelve Sustainable Days of Christmas: Food Waste 🎄🍎🎁🥗
💵 Australians spend $10 billion on food over Christmas, with 35% (yes, sadly, you read that correctly) going to waste. I know we all enjoy a bit of extra puddin' in ya belly, but we can still take some steps to reduce our food waste...
🥨 Consider where you are shopping. Locallocallocal = less mileage again! Fresh goods over packaged is also the obvious choice for reducing packaging waste where possible, or in recyclable packaging eg. glass
🍫 Be mindful of how much food will actually be eaten, and buy / cook to this amount. it's understandable to account for seconds, but be reasonable beyond this. You'll find this not only helps the earth but also your bank acct
🍻 get leftovers into the fridge pre-food coma, so they can't spoil and can still be eaten later
🍷invite loved ones to bring containers over, so that they can take any leftovers you don't fancy!
🥦 finally, if you have a food recycling system like composting: embraaaaace it! help build the circular economy one potato skin at a time
♻️ What's this list missing? Share your tip in the comments and let's keep the sustainability chat going
1 5021 hours ago
Logic will get you from A to B. Imagination will take you everywhere. - A. Einstein
Do you think size matters? I think in the case of Icebergs it might make it a less attractive pool for swimming but keep it equally attractive for photographers.
This weeks Salt Sessions is a really great interview with the inspiring and talented Hannah Prewitt.
Hannahs imagery takes you on a sensory immersion into the ocean and beneath it’s surface. Her passion, joy and openness to continual growth as a photographer is infectious. Hannah took the time to really answer my questions in detail so I highly recommend you go and click the link in my bio to learn more about this amazing photographer. Then be sure to follow her work at @hannahprewittphotography
Erskine Falls, Lorne. ◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆
Nikon 16-35mm F4
Nisi CPL + 3 stop
Sirui W-2204 Carbon Fibre Waterproof Tripod with K-30x Ball Head
The good thing about shooting waterfalls is that you can shoot them during the day and you can slow down and try to get different compositions, you just risk people getting into the frame trying to get a selfie 🤳🏼