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I rarely photograph people (primarily because I don't like being photographed myself!) and I don't often photograph man-made structures because I just find the beauty of un-touched Nature so much more attractive. And animals? Well, I would much prefer to photograph their environment, to be honest. But occasionally I do photograph all these things, so here are my favourites.

Not all of these photos are available for purchase, but those that are come in 4 sizes. They're printed on museum-grade lightly-textured cotton rag paper using archival quality inks, with a lovely ivory-white border around them.

I'm always happy to answer your questions, so if you wish to learn more about my prints, please email me.
DreamingBatik painter by photographer Mieke BoyntonBrothersSovereign Hill in Ballarat by photographer Mieke BoyntonLost in ThoughtAn elderley lady at Wabula Village in Indonesia by photographer Mieke BoyntonVillage GirlMorning CoffeeA Source of PrideMusicians of LombokThree boys in a waterfall by photographer Mieke BoyntonRice Washing CeremonyThe BlacksmithTeammatesDanceA cattle dog with some rusted Holdens and boab trees in the Kimberley region of Western Australia by photographer Mieke BoyntonIt Takes One to Know OneRusted Holdens and boab trees in the Kimberley Western Australia by photographer Mieke BoyntonTyre tracks and cracked mud in the Kimberley region of Western Australia by photographer Mieke BoyntonThe Webb Bridge in Melbourne Australia by photographer Mieke Boynton