Rainbow Beach Queensland

November 8, 2013

Recently we took a much needed break in Queensland. After visiting friends and family we journeyed to Rainbow Beach, on the Sunshine Coast. We stumbled across Rainbow Beach when surfing the web looking for a holiday house, and were so glad to escape the Melbourne winter and spend time here. There were so many interesting… View Article

Travel Photography – Nepal

February 17, 2013

Nepal. Life lived out in the street. Families perched on their front step, eating meals and sharing laughs, soaking up the warmth of the sun to ease the chill of winter. Prayer flags, a gentle reminder of the spiritual dimensions to life. Women wearing the favourite color – red. Standing around delicious “Chia” or chai… View Article

Cathedral Cove North Island, New Zealand

September 19, 2012

Cathedral Cove (Hahei) along the Coromandel peninsula was put on the map through it’s inclusion in the second Narnia movie – Prince Caspian. We visited as the seasons were turning from winter to spring, so it was still a quiet and sleepy place. Dinner options available during our stay were the local fish and chip… View Article

Bangladesh Travel Photography

February 12, 2012

Welcome to Bangladesh. Have some tea. Dodge multiple buses on the highway. Stop for another cuppa. Eat rice and daal. Followed by more tea. Belt out impromptu¬†renditions of Australian anthem. Smiling kids. Lots of dust. More tea. For the past three weeks I have been working in Bangladesh, covering hundreds of kilometres and more than… View Article

Windmills and sunsets – Great Ocean Road, Victoria

January 4, 2012

Kelly and I recently spent a few days in Torquay which is a couple of hours from Melbourne, along the coast. It was a great holiday and chance to relax, read, go to the beach, sleep in and of course take plenty of photos. Driving back to our accommodation ‘South Beach Haven B&B (which we… View Article

North East India – Travel Photography

December 5, 2011

I was recently in the North East of India for work. It’s a fascinating part of the world. The photos below are from a number of different states in the North East: Mizoram, Nagaland, and Assam. The city of Aizawl was the first place that I visited, with windy roads and houses impossibly perched on… View Article

2012 Calendars

October 20, 2011

Check out our 2012 Calendars! Each calendar features a stunning location from around the world. These make fantastic gifts for friends and family, and will brighten up your kitchen, office or study. Calendars are $29 each, with 50% of the proceeds supporting educational projects in developing countries through TEAR Australia. These projects deliver education to… View Article

Gathering wood for cooking fuel – China, Travel Photography

September 11, 2011

As I was editing this image taken in a small town in China, I reflected on how life in Australia is really convenient. If we turn on a switch, we have¬†electricity. We turn the tap and have clean running water. We get sick, we can go to the doctor or the¬†hospital. And, if we are… View Article

Melbourne Car Park – Melbourne Photography

August 7, 2011

Went for a short stroll around Melbourne one evening after work with my camera. Here are a couple of shots with the same building, a multi-storey car park, but from a few different perspectives. According to Wikipedia the earliest multi-storey car park was built at 215 West Washington Street, Chicago in 1918. On the way… View Article

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