Recent expeditions have helped me develop a variety of landscape photography with your interior design requirements in mind. Rich forest and earthy tones, sandy beaches and crystal blue waters, sandstone and city scenes are captured in images which are unique to Native Landscape Displays, from a variety of locations across Sydney.
2018 began with several days hiking through the thick forest of protected regeneration areas in the Berowra Catchment to find the most secluded and beautiful photo opportunities from Georges Creek to Pyes Creek. I found myself removing my footwear after each hike to find up to eight leaches attached to my ankles. This was though a small price to pay for such unique images.
The next venture was a day hiking through my favourite walking tracks in the centre of Ku-Ring-Gai Chase National Park. I remember visiting these locations as a kid and this excursion brought back some fond family memories. I highly recommend visiting some of the beaches and bays found at the end of walking tracks in Ku-Ring-Gai Chase National Park. It’s an exciting family friendly adventure and they are marked walking tracks so it is quite safe.
In the following months I set out to gather photos of Sydney Harbour and then worked my way north along the coast to capture images of some of the most popular beaches Sydney has to offer.
In 2019 I will be embarking on expeditions to the Blue Mountains, Snowy Mountains in winter and then in spring to Queensland searching for unique rainforest images. You can follow these expeditions on Facebook @nativelandscapedisplays.