We are fundraising for Australian wildlife relief, and a percentage of sales from this series of photos will be donated to Australian Wildlife Rescue Organization: WIRES. This photograph of Govetts Leap in Blackheath, Australia was taken by Deaf Australian photographer David Wimble, and he chose WIRES for us to donate to. We’re excited to help support a good cause!
David says, “I am an Australian landscape photographer currently residing in the Blue Mountains. I was born Deaf and grew up in Sydney. I started a photography course in 1996 and studied at Tafe for 3 years Darkroom, studio and photography with old camera medium format and 35mm SLR camera. I applied for work as a photographer and went for many interviews but was not successful in getting a job as good communication was important for many of the jobs. So I gave up photography and concentrated on my landscaping career. Then 20 years later …. I joined Instagram in 2014 and that made me want to take photos again ! I thought that I should take a 2nd chance! So I grabbed my old camera, Canon 550D, to take my first shot of a Sunset at Tangalooma island resort and ever since, I’ve been hooked!”
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