•April 29, 2013 • Leave a Comment

For those of you that don’t follow me on Facebook (Tony Middleton – Inspired Landscape Photography – please feel free to like comment and share my page!). I have being very active of late with lots of new images and posts up there. I’m sorry if some of you are not on facebook at all and have missed out. Pretty much all the new images have been linked to my website that has them all plus more.

 So please feel free to go check them out there as well…


Thanks for everyone’s patience and support – you guys are gold!




•April 9, 2013 • 4 Comments

It has been far too long between blog posts in recent months. I’ve been extremely busy not only shooting new images lately, so I thought that I would it a priority to put a post up this morning.

This one is from a recent trip to South Australia and is of the Robe obelisk and its craggy limestone coastline.

Also keep an eye on both my website for plenty more new work and updates;


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The big bend…

•February 8, 2013 • 8 Comments

I’ve finally had a chance to process a few images from last year. This is a spot that I had been to several times in recent years, before finally getting the light that I had hoped for.


‘Ancient River – SA’

Catamaran Bay – Tasmania…

•January 17, 2013 • 8 Comments

I shot this image during a morning sun shower, not exactly your ‘classical’ conditions for a dawn shoot… But I had somewhat of a non classical image in mind anyway.


‘Catamaran Bay – Tasmania’

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2013 – update…

•January 14, 2013 • 3 Comments

Hi all readers,

Thanks for sticking through what has really been a lean period of blog posting! I have been very busy of late which is a good thing right!? But I know most of you would just like to see new images instead of reading about current and recent exhibitions, new websites and where I have been travelling to shoot (unless of course I post images of the said travels!).

Well to tidy up a few details on the above, I still have an exhibition running for the rest of this month at Phillip Island Winery  (Phillip Island, Vic) – it’s a great spot and if you don’t feel more relaxed  there than at your best friend’s house I’d be shocked. Get along whilst summer lasts – great chilled live music, food, wine ambience and my photography!

My new website has been up and live for a couple of months now and I’m hoping to get time to update it with more new images soon – check it out and bookmark it or even link it to your site or post/share it on your Facebook or Google+    Tony Middleton – Inspired Landscape Photography.

In the last couple of months I have travelled to the Northern Territory, Tasmania and NSW twice – so I look forward to finalising some of the images from those trips and sharing soon!






‘Approaching storm – NT’

Light reigns…

•November 18, 2012 • 10 Comments

It seems like an eternity since I have posted on the blog. Things have been real busy and I am also running a Facebook page as well these days, so if you would also like to follow me at Tony Middleton – Inspired Landscape Photography it would be greatly appreciated!

Here’s a fresh new image that I shot last w/e in NSW at Lake Jindabyne, I love that dawn light.

As always I love to read all your comments and thoughts that my images or travels may provoke.


‘Light Reigns – Lake Jindabyne, NSW.’

Winter’s pinch…

•August 27, 2012 • 12 Comments

With the end of winter in sight and a sniff of spring in the air, I thought that I would post an image from earlier in the season. I had envisaged this scene as having a clean simplistic and crisp feeling. Please let me know if you like it.


Tone 🙂

‘ Winter’s pinch – Latrobe Valley, Vic.

Island on a mirror – Lake Eyre…

•August 15, 2012 • 10 Comments

This is another image from one of the chartered flights with WrightsAir that I took whilst up at Lake Eyre, this once again with the door up for cleaner shooting. On this particular day it was idyllically perfect out on the lake with not a breath of wind making the shallow surface like a mirror with a myriad of colours. Just add a few cool clouds and my breath was well and truly taken away!

‘ Island on a mirror – SA ‘

Lake Eyre dawn thunderstorm…

•August 8, 2012 • 6 Comments

After a night of thunderstorms whilst camped out at Lake Eyre. In the predawn light I made the trek, walking a few kilometres (much of it through deep sticky and also the water itself) back out to this island to shoot the dawn light hitting this thunderstorm that was tracking over the lake. During the thunderstorms overnight the wind had swung around to the opposite direction since my shoot the previous evening, which out at Lake Eyre means that all the water had moved! The lake is so flat and shallow that when there is water it can be constantly moving about due to wind strength and direction. My first trip to the Lake in 2010 I was amazed at experiencing this. On this occasi0n it was a similar effect as on the coast and the night before being a ‘high tide’ and this dawn being a ‘low tide’ as the water had been pushed towards the other side of the lake! This meant that all my muddy foot prints that were upto a foot below the water surface the night before were now exposed. So I had this to compose out of my dawn shooting images.

‘ Lake Eyre dawn thunderstorm ‘

Frozen plain…

•August 4, 2012 • 8 Comments

Given that it is actually winter I thought that I should put up an image that is representational of the season. I actually shot this in the alps the w/e before I headed away to northern SA. It was a cold -5C foggy morning and the subdued lighting of the rising sun through the fog gives a hue to this scene that is a little bit different.

‘ The frozen plain ‘