Prints on Aluminium (Kalamunda Markets)
© David Ashley Photography
Wildlife of Western Australia
Soaking up the Sun
Juvenile Darter soaking up the sun
Actually took a sequence of images of this Osprey as it hit the water and caught a Flounder. I watched him devour his lunch only metres away.
"The Breach" I shot this whilst on a whale watching tour off the coast of Busselton, WA. Was an absolutely amazing sight to witness.
Image has been published in N-Photo and Digital Photography magazines and is also being used by Western Australian Tourism in publications, flyers and posters.
New Holland Honeyeater
Kangaroos are quite often found here in Lucky Bay, Cape Le Grand National Park.
Catch of the Day
This amazing bird of prey hit the waters of Dunsborough no more than 30 metres from me and scored a Flounder for tea. Love Ospreys!
Humpback Whale Breach
This image was shot whilst on a whale watching tour off the coast of Busselton, WA. Was an absolutely amazing sight to witness. I scored a sequence of 4 images of this magnificent breach.
Give us a Kiss!
Red-tailed Black Cockatoo
Waiting for Mum
Its Tough being Green
Roo's at the Beach
Lucky Bay near Esperance usually boasts the whitest sand on any Australian beach. But not so this particular day as storms had covered the beach in a thick layer of seaweed. The local kangaroo population found it really comfortable..
Osprey dining on the morning's catch.
Young Nankeen Kestrel enjoying the view..
Lucky Bay, Cape Le Grand National Park. Stunning scenery, awesome wildlife.
A fisherman makes a new friend at Lucky Bay.
Australasian Grebe gives her chick a bit of a fright!
What amazing eyes these little critters have!
Not so tough being green!
Nankeen Night Heron out for a days fishing