Chilby Photography Profile
Brad Chilby is a professional landscape and wilderness photographer from Wollongong on the South Coast of New South Wales. Brad has always had a taste for adventure and exploring vast wildernesses and from this grew a true passion for photography. He set out to capture the amazing scenery of mother nature as witnessed on his travels and show others its unsurpassed beauty. Some of the places he has visited only few people have been before and these are the photos he loves taking the most.
"There is no better feeling than experiencing nature first hand from a faraway wilderness that few have ventured too. It is peaceful and serene and the closest thing to heaven on earth. It is only here where you can truly experience and appreciate the glory of mother nature at its absolute best. I love the excitement, passion and drive I feel when exploring new places and discovering landscapes seemingly lost in time. Out here we are blessed with an endless opportunity to show you the beautiful side of the world. From behind my camera i simply bring you a photograph of gods breathtaking artwork in it's purest and untouched state."
"I hope the photographs I take create an awareness of natures beauty and the need to take precious care of our natural assets
and preserve them for now and for long after we are gone."
Some of Brad's favorite photography expeditions have been to Tasmania's west coast, the Illawarra escarpment, Sydney's Blue Mountains, The Southern Highlands of New South Wales, The Far South Coast of New South Wales, The Australian Alps, The Great Ocean Road in Victoria and Fraser Island in Queensland. His favourites scenes are pristine beaches, untouched rainforests and waterfalls but when closer to home he also enjoys photographing rural and city scapes as well as people and events.
Here is one of Brad's favorite quotes about his home region of Australia:
"...it seemed, on descending and entering Illawarra, that we had suddenly become transported into a glen of tropical vegetation; ...the dry arid soil of the stringy-bark forest, with its stunted vegetation, was exchange for a damp, humid region presenting a prodigal luxuriance and wealth of vegetation almost inconceivable."
"George Angus 1847"
" I absolutely Love the places that photography takes me"
" A passion fuelled by an adventures spirit and a dream inspired by nature "
by Brad Chilby
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