Photographer Spotlight: Mike Edmondson

Photographer Spotlight: Mike Edmondson

This week, we’re taking a look at Mike Edmondson, photographer and backcountry guide in our unique Australian Alps. Mike has accumulated an amazing selection of photographs, postcards, gift cards and photographic books of the Australian Alps over the last 30 years. His work is exhibited in the Mountain Adventure Centre’s gallery, Jindabyne Newsagency and online.

Photo of a man standing with walking poles on rock with snowy mountains behind him

Mike Edmondson – Alpine photographer and guide


Mike is an experience backcountry skier and walker who camps in snow caves and mountain tops for sunset and sunrise photos, sharing these experiences with clients on tours to experience the snow covered mountains in winter and wildflowers in summer. For fit and adventurous clients Mike guides them to climb Australia’s ten highest peaks in these spectacular mountains.


Mike’s photos illustrate his passion for the mountains, which offer amazing seasonal diversity from fields of fragile, brightly coloured wildflowers emerging in spring and summer to ancient snow-covered peaks, granite boulders & icy twisted snow gums in winter.

Keep an eye on our Facebook page for a chance to purchase one of his prints on glass later in the week.

Prints on glass wall mounted photograph of river and mountain

Lake Cootabatamba below Mt. Kosciuszko

Photo of a mountain scape with snow and large rock boulders in foreground

Balancing Ramsheads Tors with view to Mt. Kosciuszko on left

Photograph of a snow capped mountain range

Alpine sunset from South Ramshead looking towards Mt. Kosciuszko

Aerial view of The Snowy Mountains with Mt. Kosciuszko in the centre

Photo of a mountain range with scattered snow remnants on it

Black & White view towards Mt. Kosciuszko in the centre back


We hope you enjoy this weeks photos featuring “Mt. Kosciuszko – Australia’s highest mountain”.


To view more of Mike Edmondson’s work, view his website here.

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