Gold Coast Aerial photographic Art - The new collection

November 01, 2015

New collection now released

It’s been a long time project that I’ve wanted to complete, but finally, I’ve added a new collection that focuses on aerial photography. It’s been a dream of mine to fly in a helicopter to capture unique views and bring them to you for purchasing on canvas. It’s also been difficult to time a helicopter flight with the right conditions for the vision I’ve had in mind.

Clear blue skies with the sun shining down to illuminate the crystal blue water had to be paramount for this project. With the beautiful beaches we have in Queensland it was important to make sure I show off why many of us live in this beautiful state.

It’s no secret we quite possibly have the best beaches in Australia, if not the world. Our sands are soft and golden, our water is refreshing and the waves are also an attraction during the winter months, creating a beautiful playground for the coastal lover. All of which I managed to capture during our flight over the Gold coast Australia.

Our first photograph is of the beautiful headlands of the Southern Gold Coast. Snapper rocks is the perfect location to capture a new piece of art. The waves wrapping around the headland down towards Greenmount and Kirra beach with the beautiful green trees at Greenmount rising from the headland is a beautiful site from the heavens.

Coolangatta, Snapper Rocks, Aerial, Canvas art

With a mix of aerial art from the Gold coast and also Whitehaven beach I’m sure you will enjoy some of the abstract art and landscape photography I’ve placed in this gallery.

Check out the online gallery here

View Surfers paradise from the air here

 



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