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
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
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.
Not far from the black sand beach of Reynisfjara is a small local church.
Mountains are always great for landscape photography. Up in the Blue Mountains, there are many bushwalks and lookout points that afford spectacular views of the valleys beyond. I took this shot somewhere out near Echo Point. On cool winter days, the mist hangs around the mountains, clinging to the rocks and trees, often throughout the … Read More
When I was a child, I was privileged to spend a year living in Switzerland while my dad completed his studies. I was young, so my memories are quite hazy, but I do remember enjoying our regular drives through the Swiss countryside. I have recently been travelling for work to Zurich, and last year took … Read More