Anywhere on the Granite Belt seems to be photogenic. The beauty of the distinctive four seasons adds to the photographer's experience.
Whether you are at Quart Pot Creek or the grand wonder of the Girraween pyramids, the wildflowers at Mt Norman, the Sphinx and Turtle Rock, you wouldn't want to be without your camera. The Granite Belt can make a great photographer out of anyone.
I don't go many places on Earth & Soul without my camera. Strangely enough though I reckon when you leave it behind, that outstanding photo opportunity manifests. I persist though. Whether it's waiting for the breeze to stop moving the leaves and the flowers or waiting for that elusive bird to pose for the brilliant picture.
Being in the right place at the right time may be all it is about, but then you can make those moments happen when you have the time.
Sitting quietly in the bush at the end of Doro's Hole on the Broadwater is a great place for bird life. This is where I have seen the Scarlet Honeyeater twice in 20 years! Earth & Soul is a treasure of photo opportunities waiting for you to discover.
99% of all images used on our website are my own photos. My camera is a Canon PowerShot SX50HS. At the time that I bought this camera it was the largest optical zoom, fixed lens camera. It allows me to zoom in on the birds & animals while also having a pretty good macro for doing close-ups of the flowers.