These photos are largely by me but many are also taken by my wife and partner in photography Marianne Lim. She runs our smugmug and blog sites which are listed below.

 

Beneath the cut in this profile, is what we wrote in 2011. Since then so much has happened for which we are grateful for! First and foremost, as I write this in 2018, we have two amazing children ;Charlotte aged 7 and Jaime aged 4. Together, we've traveled to so many amazing places which I hope I can show in the images below. During the last seven years, we've had the pleasure of speaking to many audiences, establishing ourselves on various social media platforms and we've set up some educational material on our site as well. I'm not one to list accolades as they are the byproduct of how we obtained our images in the first place. It's largely about the experience and the journey and sharing that with you, the audience. Here are some of the places we have traveled to on our dedicated family/photography trips :

2012: South Island New Zealand, Eyre Peninsula South Australia

2013: South Island New Zealand, Pacific Northwest USA

2014: Great Ocean Road, Australia. North Island New Zealand

2015: Karijini National Park (sans kids!) , Victorian Alps and Ocean Road. South Island New Zealand

2016: Gold Coast, Queensland . Alberta Canada

2017: Western Arthurs Tasmania. Noosa Queensland. South Island New Zealand

2018: North Island New Zealand. Fiji. Pacific Northwest USA & British Columbia Canada

 

At present , we are preparing the the trip to Vancouver and Seattle - wish us luck!

 

-----------------------------------------------the following was written in 2011----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

 

Over the last few years, we have had the pleasure of travelling the world to bask in just a fraction of its remaining beauty. There is more travelling yet to come as we have yet to visit so many places on our 'bucket list' but for now, we have focused our main attention on our beautiful bub Charlotte.

 

2011 has been a good year for us photographically.

In March, we were featured on the cover of Australian Photography magazine and had a feature article on travel in Iceland. Similarly in October we had another cover and an article on Northern Tasmania. The major publishing feat came in December , when , along with 11 other photographers, we had our own publication : Tasmania, a visual journey. Though it is a fabulous book, it is still a tough sell in South Australia and time will tell if I break even on this venture. In terms of travel, we managed to squeeze in 10 days in Tasmania while Marianne was 6 months pregnant and then an extended long weekend in Victoria a month later.

 

Next year, we hope to visit New Zealand's south island in autumn and possibly another location toward the end of the year which we have yet to determine. If family planning is successful, travel plans may yet again be limited in 2013 but who knows!

 

I am forever thankful to anyone who views, comments or marks any of my images as a favourite. A large part of photography still remains 'sharing' or you might even say 'showing off' parts of the world you either won't get to, or parts of the world you know but which I like to present in a different manner to the naked eye.

 

Bring on 2012!

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Amazing photos.

November 29, 2017
Awake Hope (deleted)

Beautiful gallery congratulations .

January 12, 2018

My english is not so good. But i must said...you are a great Photographer. With best greeting from Germany. And now international, for your Photos: Whow!!! L.G. Fred

January 23, 2018

On joining flickr some 21/2 years ago Dylan's images were some of the first I viewed, his crisp clean compositions of Tasmanian landscapes & stong sunrise & sunset seascape colours inspired me to make more regular trips to the coast. Since then I have seen Dylan & Marianne's work grace the pages & covers of Australian… Read more

On joining flickr some 21/2 years ago Dylan's images were some of the first I viewed, his crisp clean compositions of Tasmanian landscapes & stong sunrise & sunset seascape colours inspired me to make more regular trips to the coast. Since then I have seen Dylan & Marianne's work grace the pages & covers of Australian Photography(showing locals this guy is a contact of mine on flickr), viewed images from their trips to Iceland & Scottland & a more amazing collection than his earlier trip to Tasmania( he must have ordered the weather). Dylan's words of encouragement have lifted me from points of what seemed like photographers block & sent me back out in search of natures beauty. I wish him & Marianne well in their photographic goals & all the best in parenthood later this year. Do yourself a favour & spend some time looking around his photostream & watch out for the name Dylan Toh for many years to come in the world of photography.

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July 9, 2011
Eugene says:

Dylan's (and Marianne's) stream is just full of "awe" images or WOW factor. It's always full of colour, drama and story that tells wonders. Their work is world class. Your work is such an inspiration to me. I do hope you continue to capture moments in time that we will continue to cherish.

February 22, 2011

This stream is breathtaking...

September 29, 2010

Well have been exchanging photos and ideas with Dylan for over a year now. Just look at his images!! Gorgeous, expansive, and larger than life landscapes are just a few of the works to count on within his stream. A random sample and case in point is found in one of his older works in "Sentinels": www.flickr.com/… Read more

Well have been exchanging photos and ideas with Dylan for over a year now. Just look at his images!! Gorgeous, expansive, and larger than life landscapes are just a few of the works to count on within his stream. A random sample and case in point is found in one of his older works in "Sentinels": www.flickr.com/ph... !! A true professional with the small details included within his processing of EVERY photo he has ever posted. You can always expect quality within his posts, and answers to your questions. Do not hesitate to ad Dylan as a contact of yours, the sharing of ideas and photos is what you are to expect as well as a good friendship. Just Look @ his Photos!! Thanks for reading, Mark Shepley

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February 9, 2010
smooth measure (deleted)

Dylan is an amazing, all around photographer. Since I began following Dylan, I have been hugely inspired by his shots and he has encouraged me to improve my own style. He pulls out amazing clarity and tones in each and every image, often photographing from angles the average person wouldn't even notice - and the shot… Read more

Dylan is an amazing, all around photographer. Since I began following Dylan, I have been hugely inspired by his shots and he has encouraged me to improve my own style. He pulls out amazing clarity and tones in each and every image, often photographing from angles the average person wouldn't even notice - and the shots are always breath-taking. Dylan is a superb photographer who's stream should not be missed.

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January 29, 2010
Kenny Teo says:

Speaking of Dylan Toh n my very first Testimonial written to someone in flickr..... An amazing friend on flickr's,DYLAN TOH, found this rare sparkling jewel on one occassion during a flickr search. His shot immediately caught my attention n hold my breath , i was thinking what a hell a man would do so much for his hob… Read more

Speaking of Dylan Toh n my very first Testimonial written to someone in flickr..... An amazing friend on flickr's,DYLAN TOH, found this rare sparkling jewel on one occassion during a flickr search. His shot immediately caught my attention n hold my breath , i was thinking what a hell a man would do so much for his hobby in photography or is he an adventure national geographic guy that die for his photography work.?? looking at his stream you could feel ,understand his great passsion n his speciall skill exihibited in each individual shot executed to creat the natural, highly balance close to earth reality shot dedicated by Dylan. The first ever strongest impression that remain in my vivid memory 6 month ago was the shot taken at tibet-series with the "monk" was so touching n clean to descript his dedication to share to viewers around the world. Dylan is a damn helpfull n supportive guys u should never miss out. it is obvious his potential in photography skill is deem as highly as any great photographer out there, being humble as usual as asian originality. Dylan could make a history in his coming photography endeavour n i do expect to see his big name DYLAN in coming future in any media. Dylan, you are my statement in photography, you are also include as a friend in my life. Go for it! GAMBATTE NE!

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April 17, 2009