Ian Brown’s work is available in an annual calendar and three books, shown below.

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Nature photography by Ian Brown
Only 350 copies produced

$35 plus postage


  • Landscape format, 288 mm high x 350 mm wide, wire bound.
  • Easily fits C3 envelope, weighing less than 500g together (+ packaging).
  • Limited Edition (350 copies).
  • 15 evocative photographs of the Blue Mountains, all new and never before published.
  • Printed to the highest standards using FSC-certified, chlorine free art paper.
  • Paper and printing company both certified by the Forest Stewardship Council.
  • Wholly produced in Australia (designed in the Blue Mountains, printed in Hobart).
  • Monthly images with a white border, suitable for framing.
  • All images are from the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area and nearby bushland.
  • Informative captions.

Sample pages:




The Blue Mountains: exploring landscapes shaped by the underlying rocks, uplift and erosion

by Peter Hatherly & Ian Brown

published by Windy Cliff Press


This ‘ground-breaking’ book fills a yawning gap in publications on the Blue Mountains. Main author Peter Hatherly is a geophysicist and bushwalker who has spent many years exploring and studying the landforms of the  Blue Mountains. He has published important research on the latest geological uplift of the Lapstone Monocline, an event fundamental to the dramatic landscape we see today.

The book is aimed at the general reader and lavishly illustrated with photographs, original maps and innovative diagrams. The content is in three parts – Geology & Geomorphology, Interactions and Landscapes by Region. The first is an explanation of the geological history, the rocks and land-shaping processes, followed by how these interact with Blue Mountains ecology and traditional Aboriginal life. The second half of the book is devoted to describing in detail the landscapes of the main precincts of the Blue Mountains…

  • lower Blue Mountains
  • Kedumba, Jamison, Megalong & Kanimbla valleys
  • Boyd Plateau & Kanangra Walls
  • Bindook Highlands, Blue Breaks & Yerranderie
  • Upper Grose Valley
  • Newnes Plateau & Gardens of Stone
  • Wolgan & Capertee valleys

“We hope this book will become an essential guidebook and reference, enjoyed by everyone who wants to know more about the Blue Mountains.” (co-author Ian Brown)

What other experts say…

Hugh Durrant-Whyte FRS – NSW Chief Scientist & Engineer…..”Here is a holistic view of these regions seeing the rocks, rivers, trees, flora and fauna as part of an integrated whole. Here is something exhilarating and inspiring for every Blue Mountains lover, with many new places and views to experience and understand. Here is a new way of understanding and participating in the history of this beautiful landscape.”

Andy Macqueen – Blue Mountains historian, author and bushwalker…..”A superb exposition of the amazing landforms of the Greater Blue Mountains, and how they have influenced the environment and the people.

Tara Cameron – President, Blue Mountains Conservation Society…..”Looking at ‘the view’ becomes a richer experience after reading this beautiful book..the authors help readers gain a greater appreciation of the Blue Mountains. Visually stunning with great photos and maps, it is very accessible and a terrific read that enhances our understanding of special and well-loved locations. A great contribution and resource for residents, visitors and lovers of the mountains alike.”

Tim Cohen – Associate Professor, University of Wollongong…..”Conveying geological events, deep time and modern processes in a plain but engaging manner is no easy feat. This book does this in a simple and useful manner…The book is beautifully presented and well illustrated. It will appeal to everyone from natural historians to scientists and to those who would simply like to learn more about these landscapes.”

              • 204 pages

              • hardback

              • 25.5 cm x 24 cm

              • 256 photographs, 40 original maps & 20 diagrams

              • printed and bound in Australia using FSC-certified mixed-source paper

              • Foreword by NSW Chief Scientist & Engineer

A$75.00 + A$15 post (Australia) A$40 worldwide

ISBN 9780975098936

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Newnes: Wolgan Valley

New printing now available!

Edited and produced by Ian Brown (Newnes Hotel and Cabins, 2022)
Hardback, 64 pages, over 100 photographs including many historical images, text on history, natural and cultural heritage.
ISBN 9780975098929
A$35 plus postage A$10 (Australia), A$30 (worldwide)

Wild Blue: World Heritage splendour of the Greater Blue Mountains

by Ian Brown (Windy Cliff Press, 2003)
Softback ONLY (hardback sold out), 128 pages, 82 photographs, 30,000 word environmental history and natural history of the Blue Mountains.
ISBN 0975098918
A$50 post free worldwide



A Passion for Place: Gardens of the Blue Mountains

by Alison Halliday and Joanne Hambrett, photography by Ian Brown (Bloomings Books, 2010)
Hardback, 256 pages, colour photographs throughout, cultural history of the gardens.
ISBN 9781876473778


 Previous Calendars






2016 calendar cover lores sRGB