I love rainy days, it means I can sit at my computer and review old photographs. I always come across an image or two that I saw nothing in before but with fresh eyes I […]
Just another day in our beautiful harbour as thousands of tourist and locals walk up and down the shore line around the Quay and the Rocks. Being one the deepest harbours in the world, cruise […]
Sydney commemorates Armistice Day by lighting up the sails of the Opera House with Red Poppies.
A crisp cold night out looking for a quiet place to photograph the Milky Way whilst trying to avoid collisions with wombats and kangaroos who just love being up and about at these ungodly hours […]
Nightscaping lately has been far and few between, but a few weeks ago I decided to return to a location I stumbled across one time when I took a wrong turn and found a derelict farm […]
There’s very little argument that Sydney has one of the prettiest harbours in the world.
It’s here! The Milky Way is up and it’s as beautiful as ever. Last minute decision to head out, despite bad weather and lots of cloud on the horizon, I headed south down the coast […]
Milky Way season is upon us again, I’m coming out of hibernation.
Sunday the 29th of January was a hot and steamy day, I was sitting on the couch getting ready to watch The Australian Open finals when I noticed the Sun setting over the horison. Federer and […]
The Milky Way sets over the horizon on this spectacular clear night. I couldn’t believe my luck when I saw this beautiful spooky tree just standing there with the outline of the Milky Way balancing […]
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