Robert Downie Photography
Photographing six continents over two decades . Currently sailing on SV Cirrus. All photos taken by Robert Downie.
Somewhere in the world
December 11, 2017
We are still alive !
Wow I have not posted for 11 days. We have been crazy busy preping the boat to sail to get out of the hurricane zone. This last 3 days we just completed an 80 hour sail down from St Martin to Bonaire.
Art vs Artist
They are doing this over on Twitter; so I thought I would post one here. Hope everyone is well. We have been super busy preparing our boat to sail down down the the ABC islands. For those that don't k
Who is up for a roadtrip ?
"Is there anybody out there ? " Pink Floyd If you would like to learn a little bit more about my background in photography you can read the interview @photofeed did with me here. Robert Down
Sunrise over the mist in the Wollombi Valley with the Watagan mountains in the background, New South Wales, Australia. This is the view from our little ridgetop cabin. After five years travelling most
Vivian Lake G3 Aurora
Been crazy busy getting ready to sail before hurricane season hits. So in the mean time here is another shot of the G3 solar storm from Vivian Lake. Prince George, Northern British Columbia, Canada. H
Southern Crested Caracara
A Carancho or Southern Crested-Caracara (Caracara plancus) watches as we set up camp for the night. The second largest species of falcon it has a wingspan of 120–132 cm (47–52 in). An intelligent rapt
Wombanook Sunrise & Warrawolong Cap Cloud
An orographic cloud caps Mount Warrawolong as some pink predawn light fills the sky. What do you think it looks like? My kids thing kit looks like a massive flying dinosaur. The second shot is a wider
Twilight Bighorn Sheep
A bighorn sheep (Ovis canadensis) in the twilight. The sheep roam in mixed herds of males and females in winter and segregated herds in summer. Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada If you would like
Ness Lake Reflections
Perfectly still on the lake creating a mirror like reflection. If you have a look in high resolution you can see the Autumn leaves in the foreground through the clear water. Ness Lake, British Columbi
The Big Apple
Aerial view of New York and the Island of Manhattan with the Hudson river to the left. Over 1.6 million people call the Island of Manhattan home. You can see the statue of liberty in the foreground on