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Southern Lightscapes Australia Gallery

Beautiful landscape, seascape and fine art imagery from Australia, and around the world, taken by award winning professional Australian based photographer, Ian Rolfe

Choose from 3,239 pictures in our Southern Lightscapes Australia collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Superb Blue Wren, Victoria, Australia Featured Southern Lightscapes Australia Image

Superb Blue Wren, Victoria, Australia

With its gleaming, velvety blue-and-black plumage, the male Superb Fairy-wren is easily distinguished. Adult male Superb Fairy-wrens are among the most brightly coloured of the species, especially during the breeding season. They have rich blue and black plumage above and on the throat. The belly is grey-white and the bill is black

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Reflections in a small coastal lagoon at Adventure bay, South Bruny Island, Tasmania Featured Southern Lightscapes Australia Image

Reflections in a small coastal lagoon at Adventure bay, South Bruny Island, Tasmania

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The Hopkins river and historic boathouse, Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia Featured Southern Lightscapes Australia Image

The Hopkins river and historic boathouse, Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia

Sitting snugly on the banks of the Hopkins river, this lovely grand old building is a very popular tearoom and cafe. Proudfoot's Boathouse is of architectural significance and could perhaps be the finest example of a 19th century colonial boathouse in the state of Victoria. Although recent modifications have reduced the original materials of the buildings, many original features
still remain to this day. The beautifully ornamented buildings still provide an attractive instance of 19th century leisure facility architecture.
Proudfoot's Boathouse is of historical significance as an example of late-Victorian recreational and tourist facilities, as any seaside activity in colonial times was extremely popular