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Central Desert, WA…

Below are some shots of my weekend in the West Australian Central Desert working with one of my exploration clients and the Martu people. It was an amazing weekend with plenty of different things to shoot and sights to see.

Shot with the Canon 5D MKIII, 70-200mm, 24-105mm, 24mm TS and the Leica T and 75mm Summarit plus Vario Elmar zoom.

Central Desert, WA

In the Chittering Valley…

Some images from this weeks shoot in the Chittering Valley showing Exploration Vacuum Drilling & Rehabilitation. The landscape shots are after the mining is completed and returned to it’s natural state. The shoot also included some staff images at the companies HQ in Perth.

Shot with the 5D MKIII and the Fuji X-E1.

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Exploration Vacuum Drilling & Rehabilitation

UK Trip…

Just a quick shot from my trip to London taken on the Millennium Bridge on a foggy morning in October. It was amazing to spend some time on the bridge watching people as they crossed, some not even noticing that St Pauls was peering above the fog… Taken with the Fuji XE-1 and 55-200m lens.

The Millenium Bridge in London on a foggy October morning

The Millenium Bridge in London on a foggy October morning

  • October 9, 2013 - 3:22 am

    Charlene - That’s a sensational image Mark. I could look at it all day.

  • October 9, 2013 - 3:29 am

    admin - Thanks Charlene, its was a magic morning! Just amazing how many people were just too caught up in getting to work to not see how beautiful it was….

RFDS in the North West…

The images below are a few from my shoot in the North West this week with the Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia (RFDS). It was a great experience and amazing to get to spend some time with the crew based in Derby.

All shot with the Canon 5D MkIII, Nikon 14-24mm, 70-200mm and the Olympus OMD EM5 and Olympus 12mm, Olympus 75mm and Lumix 7-14mm.

Dar es Salaam…

I was back in Tanzania this week shooting some more shots for Global Health Alliance WA (GHAWA). Most of the week was spent in Dar es Salaam with an amazing trip to the villages of Masaki and Massanganya where the welcome put on by the villages for the hand over of their ambulances was amazing. All shot with the Canon 5D MKIII and the Olympus OMD EM-5.

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