The Sunshine Coast has become one of my favourite destinations! I went there earlier in the year for the annual Noosa Food & Wine Festival, some more resort photography, and to explore one of Queensland’s premier holiday destinations.
Having the opportunity to visit the Red Centre of Australia in June, I was absolutely blown away by it. A friend and I drove from Alice Springs to Yulara (and back) to meet up with the hubbies who were on the Great Endeavour Rally. We wish we had more time, but we did manage to squeeze quite a bit in the few days we were there. [Read more …]
We went to Tassie in June 2015 to visit family, practice some astro photography and to check out Classic Holidays' latest addition to the ‘managed resort’ family, Shearwater Country Club. [Read more ...]
When I visited the North Island I drove almost 2500km, photographed 11 resorts, took over 2500 photos, crossed countless mountains, saw more magnificent views than I could count ….. all in 13 days! From Auckland and Paihia in the north, down to Taupo, Napier in the east and finally Martinborough in the south – and a multitude of places in between – this was one amazing road trip! I hope you enjoy my journey. [Read more ...]
Known to the locals as N’Orleans, this is one of the most fascinating cities I’ve been to. It’s a veritable melting pot of culture, food and music, and is one of America's most culturally- and historically-rich destinations.
I’ve been there twice, and both were very short visits. I had to see and do as much as I could in the little time I had. [Read more ...]
Referred to locally as the “Quarter”, the city’s oldest neighbourhood and cultural hub sits on a crescent in the Mississippi River on some of the highest ground in New Orleans (hence why it survived ‘Katrina’). [Read more ...]
I recently visited the very quaint Auckland harbourside suburb of Devonport, only a 10-15 minute drive or ferry ride north of the city. I am going to say, right here, right now - I WISH I HAD STAYED THERE! [Read more ...]
I joined a group of fellow 'OOAK' enthusiasts for a 4-day photography trip in Western Australia recently. We spent 2 nights in Perth (taking in the city and Nambung NP in the north), then headed south for 2 nights to Busselton (taking in the famous ’Busselton Jetty’, Sugarloaf Rock and Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse).
I joined a couple of professional photographers and fellow photography enthusiasts for a workshop on the Big Island of Hawai'i. Met a great bunch of people, had a whole lot of fun, and took a whole lot of photos! [Read more ...]