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Over many years Steven has captured the essence of Australia's beauty from the rainforest, outback, rivers, oceans and natural environment to iconic locations and cityscapes.

 

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Mt Windsor Tablelands

A Rose Gum (Eucalypts grandis) sheds last season's skin, Mt. Windsor Tableland National Park, Queensland.

Walls of Jerusalem National Park

Snow gum, Walls of Jerusalem National Park, Tasmania.

Succulent creeper, Mt. Windsor.

A succulent creeper found upon Mt. Windsor Tablelands National Park, Queensland.

Banksias

Wild Banksia in flower and also withered at Belfast Coastal Reserve, Victoria.

Bark detail

Recent rains have coloured the exterior of this eucalyptus.

Seedcase of Red Beech

Seedcase of a Red Beech, (Dillenia alata),Cape York, Queensland.

bark detail

Mt. Field National Park, Tasmania.

Musk Mallow (Native Rosella)

Musk Mallow, (Abelmoschus moshatus), growing near the Herbert Valley and Blencoe Falls, North Queensland.

Hibiscus

Hibiscus flower washed ashore, Whitsundays, Queensland.

bark detail

Mt. Field National Park, Tasmania.

Giant Water Lily

Giant Water Lily, (Nymphaea gigantea), Cape York Peninsula, Queensland.

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Walls of Jerusalem National Park

Ancient twisted Pencil Pine in Walls of Jerusalem National Park, Tasmania.

Alpine Yellow Gum

The glowing bark of the Alpine Yellow Gum, Eucalyptus subcrenulata, Lake Dobson, Mt Field National Park, Tasmania.

Unfurling leaves.

The unfurling of leaves within the Barron Falls National Park, Wet Tropics, North Queensland.

Succulent creeper, Mt. Windsor.

A succulent creeper found upon Mt. Windsor Tablelands National Park, Queensland.

bark detail

Mt. Field National Park, Tasmania.

Succulent creeper, Mt. Windsor.

A succulent creeper found upon Mt. Windsor Tablelands National Park, Queensland.

Native Gardenia

Native Gardenia, (Atractocarpus fitzalanii Syn. Randia fitzalanii) in Porcupine Gorge National Park, Queensland.

Stinging Tree

The Stinging Tree (Dendrocnide moroides) found in Australia’s Tropical Rainforests, is one of four species of Dendrocnide in the family Urticaceae in Australia. It is believed to be the most toxic.

Fallen fruits

Fallen fruits of forest including Cassowary Plum, (Cerbera floribunda). Daintree rainforest, Wet Tropics, Queensland.

Christmas Bells

Christmas Bells, (Blandfordia nobilis) growing in swampy heathland country within Gibraltar Range National Park.

Old Man Banksia

A plant superbly adapted to fire, Old Man Banksia, (Banksia serrata) in a tributary of the Jamison Valley, Blue Mountains World Heritage Area.

Blue Water Lily

Blue Water Lily, (Nymphaea violacea), Adcock Gorge, The Kimberleys, Western Australia.

Southern Cassowary scat.

New shoots from seedlings passed through a Southern Cassowary scat.

Water snowflake

Water snowflake, (Nympoides indica) or Marshwort, the Kimberleys, Western Australia.

Nothofagus gunnii

Nothofagus gunnii, Mt. Field National Park, Tasmania.

Walls of Jerusalem National Park

Ancient twisted Pencil Pine in Walls of Jerusalem National Park, Tasmania.

Stinging Tree

The Stinging Tree (Dendrocnide moroides) found in Australia’s Tropical Rainforests, is one of four species of Dendrocnide in the family Urticaceae in Australia. It is believed to be the most toxic.

Stinging Tree

The Stinging Tree (Dendrocnide moroides) found in Australia’s Tropical Rainforests, is one of four species of Dendrocnide in the family Urticaceae in Australia. It is believed to be the most toxic.

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