Shane Cullen copyright 2013.
Cape Clairault W.A.
Stormy afternoon's like this make for the perfect setting for the ruff swell to come rolling in.
The Boat House, Swan River, Perth.
The light doesn't get any better than this. As I was waiting for the sun to rise it didn't look like it was going to amount to much and then this happened! Sometimes you just need to be in the right place at the right time.
Dales Gorge, Circular Pool W.A.
This peace of paradise sit's so tranquil amongst the deep gorges of Karajini National Park.
Hancock Gorge, Karijini W.A.
Early morning The iron ore's cool blue tones come out, it is a beautiful site.
Windjana Gorge W.A.
There is a lot of history surrounding this place. Early morning the the water reflects the scene above like a sheet of glass, what a magical place.
Canola Fields Portarlington, VIC.
The lush yellow flowers of the Canola fields surrounding Portarlington cover the lands as the build up to the harvest season arrives.
Desert Storm, Telegrph Station, N.T.
I spotted this double rainbow as the clouds were rolling in to the Alice, there is nothing quite like a storm in the desert.
Ormiston Gorge, Northern Territory.
After a good down-paw this small watering hole flows as a mass of water. This is a rare and beautiful site to see.
Piccaninny Gorge, Purnululu NP, W.A.
Honeycomb coloured mountains surround this gorge, it is a very unique place to visit.
Cervantes the pinnacles W.A.
The soft afternoon sunlight bought out all the detail and colour through these sandstone structures.
Bell Gorge, W.A.
Bell gorge is a wonderful place to stop over while travelling across the Gibb River Road.
It is one of many picturesque gorges along the way.
Kings Canyon, N.T.
The famous King Canyon brings visitors from all over the World. Being in close proximity to the iconic Ayers Rock it’s a site not to be missed. The sheer size of this place is amazing. I set up this shot to capture the golden late afternoon sun streaming along the rock face.
Galvans Gorge, W.A.
This is one of my favourite spots along the Gibb, its a little piece of paradise. Many people over look this place but it should not be missed.
Encounter Bay, South Australia.
This still late afternoon sunset captured the light in beautiful pink and purple hues.
Roebuck Bay Broome W.A.
Expect the unexpected. I had finished taking shoots for the day and had come back to make camp, when this storm came out of nowhere, I ran down the beach with all my camera gear and managed to catch the magical light show before it disappeared.
Lake Kunnunurra, W.A.
Welcome to the top end of Western Australia, Kununurra. With the yearly rain fall in the wet season there is no shortage of water and its water that makes this town so beautiful, especially in the build-up to the wet. Every sun rise and sun set looks different on this lake; it’s an Artist's paradise.
The Iconic Ayers Rock, still one of the most visited places in Australia by Tourists and Aussies alike! As well as having a significant meaning to the Local Indigenous People, it is truly a wonder and it comes to life during a sunset when it lights up in a magic show of orange and red. Here I have captured a single tree to show just how vast the desert land is around this special rock.
Chambers Pillar, Northern Territory.
Chambers Pillar is a little more off the beaten track and not visited as often as other parts of the Territory. But it really is a site to see, there were lots of beautiful native plants with bright yellow flowers at the time of this photo and it really helps to bring out the colour in the surrounding area.
Swan Bay, Victoria.
The first Panoramic Image I had ever taken, I was amazed of the image quality, specially when I noticed I could see the guys fishing at the end of the pier when a zoomed in.
Vertical Two Peoples Bay. W.A.
A lovely little cove that gives you the feeling of standing on tropical island.
Bungle Bungles, Purnululu W.A
An early wet season allowed for some water to be laying around the base of the Bungles. So I took this opportunity to get a mirror image shot to enhance just how striking these formations are.
Sugar Loaf Rock, W.A.
On this occasion I nearly swamped the camera trying to get a low angle shot of the water poring in over the rocks.