Welcome to Gerald & Irmgard
Carter's Photography Website
The site is updated, click here for
the new home page.
In this site you will see the type of photography that we like
to make. Irmgard prefers to photograph animals in the wild, Gerald
likes landscapes. The photographs we have here are intended for
you to download for the computer's background. We will put a new
image here every week or so - so that you will never get tired
of your background. At any time there will be a choice of three
or four pictures just in case we're occasionally too busy to update
the site. So please bookmark this page and come back next week!
The picture you see of us above was taken just off the Dempster
highway in the Yukon. The highway is over 700km long, it crosses
the Arctic Circle somewhere around the 400km mark. In the background
you see the rounded old mountains in this area of tundra. Further
north you pass through the Ogilvie Mountains and further south
is the very impressive Tombstone Range. The whole length of the
road is photogenic, next time we'll take a couple of weeks to
photograph it well.
Thoughts on Air
New Zealand and the "Lord of the Ring" airplanes.
The archive now contains all of
the commentary from all our past pages. You can now click on the
thumbnails in the galleries to access them. We will be adding
a few higher resolution pictures in the near future:
have the Weston photographs
gallery, and the Rupert
You may print out any of our pictures for personal
use, but under our copyright you may not sell the prints. Please
contact us first before displaying any prints of our pictures
in any public place. We keep the original image files of all pictures,
they usually have at least four times the resolution of the images
on the site. Please contact us if you would like a signed "ultimate"
resolution print made of any of our photographs.
If you have a HDTV that has the ability to display
static images, you will want to download images for the "Apple
Cinema Display". These images will have the right resolution
and aspect ratio for a 1050p display.