Acclaimed Australian landscape photographer Richard Green has spent the last twenty years travelling across and photographing Australia’s most remote places.
The latest exhibition at Newcastle’s Lovett Gallery is a must-see for Novocastrians and nature lovers.
Richard and his wife Carol have had a fascinating journey, exploring the wildest parts of the Australian outback.
Most of the destinations they visit are not accessible even by four-wheel-drive vehicles and so many have never previously been photographed.
Richard’s point of difference is that as well as being a photographer, he is also a highly skilled helicopter pilot who flies around the country taking photos of the raw splendour of the Australian outback. Through his images, he captures the untouched, natural beauty of Australia’s bush landscape.
“Remote and Wild” is a dynamic exhibition which comprises 23 of Richard Green’s large-scale photographs, including some images which are over four metres in length. This exquisite collection spans the whole continent, from the wide-open skies of the Central Deserts to the heat-scorched Top End and the wind-stripped Tasmanian Wilderness…
Read more in Edition 64 of Hunter Lifestyle Magazine.
Photography: Richard Green.