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G’day my name is Ann, my passion for photography began in 1981, as I tried to capture the lifestyle, the history and the memories of my Outback experiences and life.

My aim is to portray my love of the land and the bush way of life in photographs. Capturing natural light is my passion and challenge, in the wide open spaces and big sky country I live in.

I hope that through my photography, I can make others feel and share my deep connection with the Outback.

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2016 What a Wonderful Weather Year for us - Our amazing....one I had never experienced before.....fabulous weather year of 2016 actually started on the 28th December 2015 Many had watched and wished, just like we had, for rains to come and regenerate our lands, trees, animals and humans.....I was amazed and absolutely thrilled at the response this post received....we Read More
Ginormous Crazy Magic Clouds (Goodwood Jan 2017) - My whole challenge of my Australian Outback photography is the light, we have massive amounts of it, because of our #bigskycounty #wideopenspace. To capture the colour as I see it, to share with those that look at my photography, is a passion of mine. I have a camera that I Read More
“Outback Photographer Visits Gippsland” - Some of my social media followers may have wondered why I was visiting Melbourne at the beginning of October....I have been meaning to explain myself....but now I don't have to because a very generous paper from Victoria "The Gippslander" (there is a good story behind the name of the paper) Read More
A touch of Mammatus in the evening sky (Goodwood 18 September) - Right place right time....when I went to shut the chooks up this evening, just on sunset....there was some amazing cloud shapes in the western sky. 6.36 pm On our BOM calendar for this month there are some mammatus clouds....and I am thinking that this small patch of cloud could possibly Read More

Where is ann based?

Map of where Ann Britton is based in comparison to Brisbane