More Springbrook treats

Our day out yesterday offered some great scenic opportunities despite the weather. We visited the Canyon lookout and the spectacular Purlingbrook Falls lookouts. On the track is a board featuring aboriginal names and words linked to the area. The little Purling Brook itself gave us an unusual experience of watching little Water Boatmen guarding their territories in the quiet pools. They’re such tenacious little guys, each one with it’s own tiny place to protect….they’ll even have a tussle if needs be! I’ve included some more pics.

Tropic reef flow….new from the studio

“Tropic reef flow” is now complete, and I’m very pleased with it. The colour used created a joyous feeling for me….hope the same happens for you! In this piece I’m showing the essence of the coral reef experience…flowing water, the blue aqua ocean hues, glimpses of coral and sea life, tropic sunsets, the moving living thing that the reef is. I’ve snorkelled on the Great Barrier reef and this memory remains vivid for me to this day, and there’s also memories of swimming in rock pools and being amazed by the variety of life in those secret places. Hope you enjoy this work as much as I do!

Tropic-reef-flow

Tropic reef flow   76×76 cm   $600

 

“Another underwater world” added to semi abstracts

“Another underwater world” has been added to my main gallery, in the Semi abstract landscapes page. This an imagined view of one of those marvellous Yucatan cenotes, with crystal clear water and amazing visibility…almost like a dream landscape. People love to swim and dive in these wonderful pools.

Yucatan cenotes

Another underwater world; a cenotes, Yucatan 90x110cm $745