On a remote island amidst the great barrier reef, Orpheus Island National Park is the ultimate place to lose yourself. Famed photographer Peter Eastway awoke early one morning to capture the roots of a mangrove tree as the sun came up on this seaside paradise.
World-renowned Landscape photographer Peter Eastway has travelled the globe shooting for more than 30 years. This native Australian is one of only a handful of Photographers in the world to achieve the title of Grand Master. He is the editor and co-founder of Better Photography Magazine, one of the premier international photography magazines. Lonely Planet also chose him to write their international photography guidebook on shooting Landscapes.
His award winning photography is exhibited and held by private collectors all over the world. Peter just recently won the 2010 NSW AIPP Professional Photographer of the Year Award, winning both the Landscape and Commercial categories. This is the fiftth win for Peter. Now you can also own an Eastway as part of your private collection and personally enjoy his unique vision.