The online portfolio of Australia photographer Dave Newcombe and the tales of his adventures.
Look in the vertical
“A truly great book should be read in youth, again in maturity and once more in old age, as a fine building should be seen by morning light, at noon and by moonlight.”
― Robertson Davies
One of those locations where you arrive, and instantly it grabs you with everything it has. This place has left me a calling card to return. striking cliffs along its Eastern edge, and stunning wildlife on the shores. Places like this you only find so often, there is just something about them.
"When you go to the mountains, you see them and you admire them. In a sense, they give you a challenge, and you try to express that challenge by climbing them." - Edmund Hillary
A Sea of Fog
"Peace of nature shows
how relaxing life can be
and can show you truth" - Christian Childs
Would you believe
There are days where everything you do turns to custard, there are days where no matter what you say it's always the wrong thing, there are days where you plans just never work out. This was not one of those days. I can't tell you how unbelievably thrilled I was when I saw these strikes on the horizon. It was just the shot I has been chasing for some time, but could never get all the gadgets to work, on this morning I just pushed the trigger and snap, it was there.
It is always perfect when you wake up in nature and you breath in that fresh valley air only to feel yourself about to burst with joy and yell " good morning world, so nice to really see you".
Myrtle Falls Creek
Surrounded by nothing but white noise, the waterfall is the perfect place to centre ones mind.
Driving through the upper hunter valley early in the morning, fog covered the area with a think blanket. This little valley glowed as the sun began to break through and part the ways.
In life we often breakdown the complex issues into simple elements so that they are more managable, and yet turn simple tasks into complex issues why is that?