There’s a little photography meme going around Facebook and Instagram at the moment: Seven days, seven black and white photos of your life, no people, no explanation. Challenge someone each day. I’m not a fan of forcibly spreading this sort of thing, so I didn’t explicitly challenge anyone, but I liked the idea of doing … Read More
We are almost a month past the anniversary of my first adventure to see the aurora. I have now had the fortune of seeing and photographing the beautiful and mysterious phenomenon on three separate occasions, and I’m starting to get asked about my experience. It’s beautiful, profound, and a little unnerving to see and photograph, … Read More
I’m excited to announce that you can now buy prints and wall art of my photos. Simply head on over to my portfolio, find a photo you like and click the “Buy Photos” button and follow the prompts. I’ve put up a collection of my favourite photos, including Night Lights, Foss a Sidu, and Boats at … Read More
A while back, I picked up a Sony A7ii. I’d been toying with the idea of getting a new camera for a while, and the price was right. This came with the challenging task of acquiring new lenses for this system. This also means that I will be shrinking my current collection of equipment. While … Read More
The lights of a town, twinkling under the Milky Way, Aurora Australis, with bioluminescent waves in the foreground. Goat’s Beach Tasmania. I was very fortunate to get this shot. Although I had been hoping I might get lucky and see the Southern Lights during my trip to Tasmania, I knew it would be a complete coincidence. Luckily, … Read More
Even on a clear day, the water in Cradle Valley is a rich brown because of the natural tannins. On a recent trip to Tasmania, I spent a day hiking in Cradle Valley. While I didn’t make it all the way to Cradle Mountain, I did get to Marion’s Lookout. The weather was delightfully changeable. … Read More
When visiting the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary in Bali, the hinjinks of the monkeys might shock you, but spare a thought for how your visit might amaze the locals.
For most people, going to Vegas is about the glitzy excess. Up at the north end of Las Vegas Strip are some more interesting sights, like the legendary wedding chapels. I’m not sure that Elvis is the celebrant here, but it definitely looks classy.
Take a helicopter tour of the Grand Canyon: it’s an experience I’ll never forget. The Colorado Plateau rises out of the desert with a sheer cliff face, setting a clear border in the landscape.
More than anything else, Iceland is a land of waterfalls. Over a thousand kilometers of driving on Route 1, I saw countless falls, often into little farms. Although you can’t walk up to the ones on private property, you can still gawk at a distance.