This is a series of galleries showing the work of David Ellis.


Top End

In 2005 we made a trip up the centre of Australia, across to the Kimberlies, down the Western Australian Coast and back home across the Nullarbour Plain.


The top end of Australia is spectacular, but Victoria has some special landscapes too.

Black and White

Mostly black and white landscapes


My mother Thelma Ellis shortly before her death
Wedding Guests, Seville
Lampshade Maker, Paris
Art Student, Saachi Gallery
Angel in a Tree
Lady on the Train
Jazz Singer, London
d'Orsay Student
Electric Violin Player, Sunbury
School lunch preparation, Italy
Girl in the Window
Doll Stall at a market
Family, Munich
Mother and Daughter
Indecision, Melbourne


Greek Islands

Some images from Mykonos, Santorini, Crete and Rhodes.


We have visited France several times since 1990. These images are a few of my older favourites.

Mount Buffalo, Victoria, Australia

One of my favourite places is Mt. Buffalo in Victoria. The best time of day for me is dawn. This means getting up early and driving to the mountain top, then walking out to where I might get some pictures if the light cooperates. It often doesn’t and I drive down the mountain disappointed, but when it does the results can be stunning.

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