We have just put up our first exhibition for 2011 at the Trendi Cafe in Joondalup, on Reid Promenade.
All of our images are available for purchase as Fine Art Canvases or Prints through our web site, click the image above for more information.
We have focused on our Fine Art Canvas prints for this exhibition, there are currently 16 canvases of various sizes up in the restaurant with 3 more to come very shortly.
Trendi Cafe’s menu is a mix of Italian and Asian food. According to Minh, the owner, some historians believe Marco Polo brought pasta back to Italy from a trip to the Far East and China!
Trendi Cafe will be open for Valentine’s Day, nothing better than a fabulous romantic dinner surrounded by some of the best views in WA 😀 You can make a booking on 9301 0668.
So make a date for dinner at the Tendi Cafe and you can enjoy our exhibition at the same time.
These images are from our Australia Day trip to Lancelin, they show the sand boarders and motor bikers having a blast at opposite ends of the what is otherwise a very large pristine sand dune.
The images are actually the two ends of a large stitched image of the whole dune but I thought they would work better as a companion pair in a panoramic format though they could equally be printed as a very wide narrow single print.
All of our images are available for purchase as Fine Art Canvases or Prints through our web site, click the images above for more information.
Technical Details (LCP1.1): Canon 5D Mark II, 6 Image Stitch, Canon 17-40mm f4L USM @ 40mm, hand held, 1/320 sec, f11, ISO 100. Image processed in Adobe Lightroom 3 and Photoshop CS5.
On Australia Day we decided, instead of heading to a busy city, we would do the complete opposite and head up to Lancelin and celebrate Australia Day the natural way 🙂
We had a great pub lunch at the Endeabour Tavern which is situated right on the waterfront with a great view of the kite surfers and wind surfers out in the bay. It really was a windy day so they must have been having heaps of fun out there.
After lunch we went to take a look at the spectacular sand dunes. If you have never visited the sand dunes at Lancelin, I highly recommend it we had heaps of fun, although it was a bit (well, very) windy. The image at the bottom will give you a good idea just how windy it was, even with our backs to the wind we were still getting sand in our eyes and turning round to get a photo into the wind was very interesting …
There are different areas for motor bikes / quad bikes / 4WD’s and sand boarding and plenty of room for everyone! The guys on their motorbikes were screaming over the top of their dune showing a fair bit of air beneath, very exciting I am sure! As far as sand boarding went you definitely get to take a fair bit of sand home with you but it looks very exhilarating, we didn’t get a chance to try the sand boarding but you can hire sand boards from several places around town so anyone can give it a go.
Should you wish to pop up to Lancelin for a visit I highly recommend you go to the Visitor Centre at Lancelin Holiday Accomodation & Tourist Information Centre. the lovely lady there will tell you where you can go for the dunes, where you can hire a sand board and give you a very helpful map.