Archive for the ‘photography’ Category

Flying for aerial photos

Tuesday, October 23rd, 2012

I am up in the sky tomorrow above Sydney doing my usual run of pics for clients.



Sunday, May 13th, 2012


Stay up!

Wednesday, March 21st, 2012

Looks like these sagging fellows could do with a shot of something


My mother Isabel

Friday, March 16th, 2012

I took my mother to the Margaret Olley showing at Sotheby’s. She loved it. Isabel was a very good china painter in her day. Also a classic drawer of landscapes.
Whilst there she gazed out the window and I got the shot.


NSW Golf Course by Tim Mooney

Friday, October 21st, 2011

Aerial photo of golf course

Botany Bay Golf © Tim Mooney

When I have been out on an aerial photographic ‘mission’ in Sydney we sometimes have to wait at Botany Bay heads before clearance is available back to Mascot. The NSW Golf Course and others are close by and make a photogenic scene when calm and clear.

Sally Toole’s roses by Tim Mooney

Tuesday, October 18th, 2011

Sally Toole lives in the rich soil area of Milton and these magnificent roses testify to the productivity of her garden … not to mention of course her green thumbs.

Darling Point Aerial Photo by Tim Mooney

Friday, October 14th, 2011

Aerial photograph of Darling Point Sydney

Darling Point © Tim Mooney

Aerial Photography in Sydney is a passion of mine and its great to discover different aerial angles. This shot of Darling Point in Sydney shows the diverse nature of land sizes and architectural choices. In my Aerial Photography Book of Sydney – Sydney Waterfronts East – most of the imagery is taken lower than this altitude.

Penny Duo Farthing

Wednesday, October 5th, 2011

Possibly nostalgic. I can remember the stacks racing the hills of Dover Heights. Blake Street was the hero maker. We took off so much bark!


Twin Tugs

Wednesday, October 5th, 2011
Two tugs at wharf

PB Murray and PB Darling © Tim Mooney

In my aerial photography flights of Sydney I get to see some great images … just there. This shot was taken over Port Botany and shows the twins at base station.

The twins are identical tugs, namely the PB Murray and the PB Darling. Its possible they were named after two of our great rivers … The Murray River and The Darling River

If you are interested in prints or other usage of this image please contact me

From the garden

Monday, October 3rd, 2011

These guys encroach our vege patch so they too end up on the table