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Saturday 25th November to
Sunday 10th December 2006 *

Opening 6pm Saturday 25th November
by Labor Spokesman for the Arts
Peter Garrett MP

"These photos show us someone who reads the landscape intimately and understands in very profound ways what nature is about."
Peter Garrett - from his exhibition opening speech. 


* Precinct Galleries is open Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday each week from 11am to 5pm

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Richard Morecroft is perhaps best known for his work in broadcasting, particularly as the anchor of the ABC TV News, and more recently as the host of wildlife documentaries. In his private time though, Richard has been committed to photography and painting which reflect his fascination with the natural environment.

In 1990, Richard began to develop a vertical format for photographic presentation in an attempt to explore a complete cross-section of landscape elements, from detail to distance. He has refined this approach over the years to produce the types of images in this exhibition – images which incorporate the tiniest elements of closely-observed texture, structure and pattern, through to the larger vista beyond.

Landscape has tended to be regarded – in both language and format – as the broadly horizontal, the general, the more distant wide-ranging view. Richard’s images invite the viewer to observe the landscape by starting with the specific and expanding to the general. The constantly maintained focus throughout the images emphasises the sense of connection and interdependence between every component.

These photographs celebrate a vision of the environment where every element, large and small, is recognised as significant and where the recurring patterns of the natural world are a constant source of inspiration

Exhibition Catalogue

The exhibition prints numbered #1/30 as shown below have all been sold
Other prints in the series and additional images are still available
as shown in the separate Online Print Catalogue.


These exhibition photographs are signed editioned digital prints all numbered #1/30

Framed size is 125cm High x 51cm Wide

Framed exhibition prints: $560.00 *
Unframed prints: $350.00*
Other sizes may be available on request - All Prices include GST.
*Exhibiton Prices Only - please see Richard's Online Print Catalogue for current prints and prices

"Bone Tree"
"Painted Kelp"
"Pond Falls"

"Bone Tree"
SOLD 1/30

Near Narrawallee on the NSW south coast

"Painted Kelp"
SOLD 1/30

Near Wineglass Bay Tasmania

"Pool Falls"
SOLD 1/30

Currambene Creek near Jervis Bay NSW

"Amoeba Rock"
"Chinese Lichen"

"Amoeba Rock"
SOLD 1/30

Stony Creek in the Booderee National Park near Jervis Bay

"Chinese Lichen"
SOLD 1/30

South East Forests National Park
(near Eden) NSW

"Cradle Rocks"
SOLD 1/30

A view to Cradle Mountain from Marion’s Peak Tasmania

"Flesh Rock"
SOLD 1/30

Freycinet Peninsula Tasmania

"Bush Boulder"
SOLD 1/30

Near Currambene Creek Jervis Bay NSW

"Mussel Beach"
SOLD 1/30

Near Wineglass Bay Tasmania

"Castle Eye"
SOLD 1/30

A view of The Castle in the Budawangs National Park from the rocky plateau on top of Byangee Walls

"Jeffrey Smart’s Beacon"
SOLD 1/30

Rangiroa in French Polynesia

"Canvas Rock"
SOLD 1/30

Near Dove Lake in Tasmania ’s Cradle Mountain National Park

"Rangiroa Lagoon"
SOLD 1/30

French Polynesia

"Black Swans"
SOLD 1/30

Lake Wollumboola
North of Jervis Bay NSW

"Beached Bones"
SOLD 1/30

Mimosa Rocks National Park ( NSW South Coast )


These digital photographs are printed on premium glossy photographic paper using Epson Ultra Chrome pigment inks.



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