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On the South Island of New Zealand, on the road from Invercargill to TeAnu near a village called Clifton where there is a cave. Whilst my son and granddaughters explored the cave I marvelled at the the hills above. Sheep grazing...

Rufus the numbat was just passing through. But his quiet stroll through town causes all kinds of trouble for people who live there. Rufus the numbat was awarded the Environment Award for Children's literature by The Wilderness Society....

I saw this elegant little dingy mored in Coffin Bay, South Australia. This is the second painting I have done of it. The first painting showed the bow with mooring rope in place. In this painting I have set the dingy...

Water flooding billabongs stimulates thousands of eucalypt seeds to germinate creating dense stands of saplings. We camped one time with friends in the Hatta Kulkine National Park as the saplings were flooded a second time....

In 2015 I sailed with my cousins in their yacht up the Western Australian coast from Fremantle to Shark bay. This painting is the western cliffs of Dirk Hartog Island from just east of Steep Point....

There is a walking track by the river near Woori Yallock where delicate maiden ferns cover the ground. I imagined the skink hunting below the ferns....

From my studio window I can see the Dividing Range and often I watch as wisps of cloud drift across its face....

The sunlight casting dancing shadows on golden sand through shallow water where Thurra River enters the ocean near Point Hicks in the Croajingolong National Park in Victoria....

A small fern growing in Pilbra rocks. I am constantly amazed by the tenacity of small, delicate plants that flourish in inhospitable environments.l...