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Capturing the Beauty and Serenity of Nature

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When the beauty of nature brings us in touch with our soul and stirs our spirit – we enter a place of serenity, establishing equilibrium between mind and heart. The clock stands still as a precious moment is captured in time.

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Seascapes

Ocean inlets and stretches of sand where lapping waves caress the land. Boat houses, beaches and timber docks where locals relax and seagulls flock.

Location: Mornington Peninsular, Australia

Segull Haven
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Aquamarine

Ocean Pools dappled with light. An aquatic playground for swimmers and sunseekers alike.

Location: Sydney, Central Coast, Australia

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Sun Kissed

Subtropical beaches with turquoise water and soft gold hues - a mecca for surfers, paddlers, kayaks and canoes.

Location: Sunshine Coast, Australia

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Country Comfort

Enchanting, picturesque rural scened - a tapestry of blues, ochres and greens.

Location: Moss Vale, Daylesford, Maleny, Australia

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Misty Coastline

Delicate mist shrouds the coastline -

drifting from ocean to the land through

cypress and pine.

Location: Big Sur, Coastal Regions, California, USA

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Black & White

Textured images in shades of grey - where shadows and highlights come into play.

Location: Australia, USA

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Flora

Blossoms and blooms of sheer delight

- in soft pastels or vivid white.

Location: Australia and USA

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About Tricia Brennan

As a photographic artist, Tricia aims to capture soft, pastel images that evoke the beauty and serenity of nature.  Transitioning from green rolling hills to undulating tides, to gardens, her focus brings the finer details to light rather than exposing the broader landscape.

Tricia Brennan Photography