Jimmy Cordwell

InfluencesTim Winton, Midnight Oil, Paul Arnold
BioGrowing up under the gum trees in Victoria, Australia, I've long-distance hiked in almost every state and territory of Australia (one day, A.C.T.). My dream is to one day see an east coast national hiking trail created that runs from Queensland to Tassie. On-and-off trail my passion is everything and anything to do with the natural world, including working as national campaigner and advocate for promoting environmental protection. I've has recently returned to study to achieve a Bachelors in Wilderness Studies, with the bushwalking mecca of lutruwita/Tasmania as my muse. I run a platform called Making Tracks, drop by www.makingtracksnow.com.
University of Tasmania TAS
Year: 2020
Title: Narcissus Conclusion
Style: Landscape
Equipment: Canon D60, Wide-angle lens 18mm (EF-S18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM)
Specifications: 1/30 sec f/8.0 ISO 100
Story: We were looking for platypus. The sun set, drenching the landscape in a delightful early-summer gold. This was the end to a week out bush hiking in...
University of Tasmania TAS
Year: 2020
Title: kunanyi, in big snow
Style: Landscape
Equipment: Canon D60, Wide-angle lens 18mm (EF-S18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM)
Specifications: 1/30 sec f/8.0 ISO 100
Story: First big snow of the season at kunanyi, the spectacular backdrop of nipaluna/Hobart. We left at dawn, skipping uni and our lectures and headed up...