Category Archives: Photography

A trip to Texas – no, not that one, the other Texas!

I am very fortunate to have a dear friend who is a flying doctor. Now let me stop right here. For those not familiar with flying doctors let me give you a quick run down. Basically it is like this … Continue reading


How to avoid the pink blob

It is not a secret that I love to take photos, and it is safe to say that the shots I take mean a lot to me. With that in mind it was always a bit of a let down … Continue reading

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Through my eyes

There is something quite magical about the impact of photography on my life and the way I see the world.   I have noticed that my photography fanaticism has meant I am constantly evaluating the world in terms of how … Continue reading


Australia Day is coming… top 5 tips for fireworks

For many communities around the country our day of national unity and celebration does not only involve backyard barbies (that is barbeque for my non-Aussie readers) but also an evening of inspiring pyrotechnics. A few people I know have asked … Continue reading


New Years Resolutions

So the end is nigh – well the end of 2011 that is. And as with all New Years Eves this one will be filled with resolutions, many of which could be broken by the end of the first week … Continue reading


Tropical cyclones

Over summer in Australia there is almost a sense of inevitability that a destructive cyclone will brew somewhere offshore and cross our coast creating havoc when it does. Last week one such cyclone had a brief moment off the Queensland … Continue reading


Some photo tips for Christmas Day…

So, it’s only a couple of sleeps ’til the big guy comes to visit and check on those who have been naughty and nice. Christmas for many people is a time of family and getting together to share in good … Continue reading


Never enough time for photos

One of the things with this recent trip that surprised me was that there was never enough time… enough time to stop and take endless photos that is. I knew that as the driver of the support vehicle that I … Continue reading