By Michael HickeyBBC News”I’ve seen a lot of stuff, and the most important thing is that you get a shot.
You want to capture it in its entirety.
I know the camera is very small and the light is very low, but when you have that opportunity you just have to do it.”
The photographer who has captured a stunning sunset of a cat running up and down the bank of a river in the Bahamas, was just 25 when he started his career in the field of photography.
His first job, as a news photographer in the 1950s, was at a newspaper in the city of Cunard in New South Wales.
His career in photography went on to capture the national interest in the region and in the lives of ordinary people.
He became a member of the New South Welsh Council (NSWC) in 1963 and in 1974 became the first member of a photographic team to photograph the coastline from the North Sea.
His work has appeared in more than 50 publications including The Sunday Times, The Australian, The Times and more than 30 magazines, including Vanity Fair, The Wall Street Journal, The New Yorker, Time and Newsweek.
But Mr Miller says his most iconic image is from the Bahamas: his stunning sunset photograph, taken in 1973.
Mr Miller has spent decades trying to capture his own sunset in the Caribbean, but it has taken him decades to achieve his dream.
“There’s a lot that I’ve done that has not quite made it,” he said.
“I’m very proud of the work I’ve been able to do but it hasn’t been in the way that it needs to be to capture this moment, this sunset, and this moment of history.”
He said his goal was to capture a moment of light, but not a moment from the heavens.
“It’s a very special moment, but there’s a little bit of magic in the fact that it’s happening at the same time and it’s a unique place.”
If you’ve ever been to the Bahamas you know there’s this beautiful beauty about it.
You go to it every day and there’s nothing quite like it.
“In his quest to capture that moment of beauty, Mr Millar has taken his own cat in the process.
His photographs of the cat are captured with the aid of a digital camera, and are captured at sunset.”
The cat is the perfect animal for me because it’s quite shy,” Mr Milling said.
He said the cat is quite a bit more experienced than he is, and has been around the world for a long time.”
As a photographer, I have to put myself in a position where I can capture the best moment of the day and the best sunset of the night,” he explained.”
You have to be able to find the best way to take a photograph, because the sky is the limit.
“Mr Millar said his own experience of the Bahamas was different from the experience of many photographers, but he has seen many of the same things.”
Most photographers are very much used to the Caribbean in general,” he added.”
But this place is so different, you have to really have your own camera and you have no idea what to expect.”‘
You just have a dream’It is a dream that has been taken from Mr Millers own mind.”
We all have a little dream that we can capture a sunset in our own image, that moment in time,” he told ABC Radio.”
What we want is to capture something special, something that has happened in a different time.
It has to be special to us and special to the cat.
“Mr Gill was born in Cunarn, New South and is a proud father of three.
His mother was a nurse, and his father a taxi driver.
He said his father, a gardener, would always go to work at sunset to look after his garden.”
He was a gardening and his passion was gardening, and it was a passion that would get him to where he is today,” he remembered.”
My father had a real love of nature, and we’d always get out and walk down the river in our garden, and he would always say, ‘Look at this little green island, look at the big green island’.
“He said he was always the youngest of four children, with his mother being the oldest.”
She was the only one who could be there for me,” he recalled.”
So when my mother died, my father’s life became very difficult.
My father was always going to work, he had to pay the bills, so he was very, very sad.
“When my dad died he was in the care of his uncle.
So I was left alone to be the child of his death.”
For me, it’s always been about taking care of my own family.
I’ve always been a very independent person, and I wanted to make