Gallery of landscape photography by Michael Seebeck, with images of flowing water; that is, photography of waterfalls, cascades, streams, creeks, and rivers. Most of Michael’s images are panoramic landscape photographs, and are images chiefly captured in Far North Queensland. There are many beautiful streams, waterfalls, and rivers in Far North Queensland, and they are often at their best in the wet season, after heavy downpours.
They have been flowing pretty much as they are now, for millions of years, slowly eroding into deeper valleys and gorges. As flowing water reaches the floodplains, often rivers become more circuitous, as the momentum of water and debris carried down by the rivers tends to erode the outer banks of rivers, causing the bends to become larger, and sometimes even eventually forming lagoons which become separated from the main river.
Michael has photographs of Mossman Gorge and Mossman River, Noah Creek, Emmagen Creek, Daintree River, Barron Falls and Barron River, Babinda Boulders, Josephine Falls, as well as rivers and creeks from all around Australia, including the Kimberley, Pilbara, the High Country, and elsewhere in NSW and Victoria.Click on “HIDE MENU” below to show the images in a full screen gallery (to go back to this page, then click “SHOW MENU”), or click on each image to show it in larger size. Click on “PRINT INFORMATION” to find out more information about the print.