Photo credits

Website photo credits

NQCC values all sorts of voluntary contributions and one highly visible but often overlooked kind of contribution is photography. We have begun to add credits to our header photos but would like to take this opportunity to thank the photographers and to provide contact information or links to their sites.

Images have to be severely cropped (trimmed) to be used as headers since the required format is so different from that of any known camera; you can see some of them in their original form by clicking on the small images here.

Photos by Ian Montgomery

Visit Ian’s site, Birdway, for more superb photos of the world’s birds.

Wandering Whistling Duck, Kakadu
Bridled Honeyeater at Lake Eacham
White-breasted Woodswallow roosting on power lines, Sturt St, Townville
Golden-shouldered Parrot, Musgrave, Cape York Peninsula

Photos by Len Ezzy

Black-throated Finches, Barringha

Photos by Cherry Muddle, Whitsundays

The Edge of the Reef
Reef Cover

Photos by Malcolm Tattersall

Magpie Geese over Many Peaks Range, Town Common
The point at the eastern end of Horseshoe Bay, Magnetic Island
National Day of Climate Action, the Strand, Townsville, 17 November 2013
Sea, Sand and Solar – rally on the Strand for the Global Day of Climate Action, 2014
People's Climate March, Townsville, 2015
People’s Climate March, Townsville, 2015



Malcolm’s website

Photos by Wendy Tubman

More fascinating with age

More photos welcome!

If you have suitable photos and are willing to let us use them, please send them to

They must be adaptable to the odd format of our header pictures (just over five times as wide as it is high) but requirements are otherwise broad: some relevance to the NQCC’s work (e.g. images of activists in action or what we are fighting for) and a minimum width of at least 1100px.

Please note that we are redesigning the site (late 2015 onwards) and we are not yet sure what size/s will be needed for the future, although they will be similar, so it would be better if you left the cropping and re-sizing to us.