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Extraordinary Ordinary


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“God can take the ordinary and create the extraordinary. Our incredible God has the power to transform your simple life and give you the life of your dreams. Remarkable things happen in your life when you believe.”
― Amaka Imani Nkosazana, Heart Crush
Phillip Island, Victoria

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Glorious Sunrise, Beautiful People


Alpha_St Francis of Assisi Parish_Mill Park_Silvia Tomarchio PhotographyA full on weekend away with these beautiful people from St Francis of Assisi Parish in Mill Park. A spectacular view! even managed to squeeze in a sunrise shoot with one of my favourite girls 😉

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The sun peeked through the clouds for just a moment lighting up the colours on the rocks, it really was a beautiful morning and the perfect way to greet an amazing day to follow.

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Point RoadKnight


A few weeks back i finally got down to one of my fav spots along the stretch that i have been exploring for the past few years. It always looks so different. I wish this wind in Melbourne would stop!!!!! Note to self : do not answer your phone, you will not see that wave coming, lucky for me and my boy, it was more of a tickle than a slap…

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Reddell Beach, Broome, Western Australia


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Reddell Beach was on my list, although i was quickly told i needed a 4 wheel drive to get there, another sigh…Chatting to a local in the morning still desperately trying to find a battery charger, another offer to borrow a camera, so I decided to invite her along for a drive, I told her I really wanted to go there, she’s like it’s fine, we’ll go, nervous as anything and after much debate I thought yeah lets to it, thankfully it was only 3 to 400 hundred metres of unsealed road, phone footage is hilarious, just go around the water, up the side! wtf! well to my delight we were there in no time, finally clouds, a slither of battery left, no live view for Big Nik, off i went, completely lost in the ocean, I heard her say, time for food, you see why I like to go alone right? I went down the next day missing the turn but was on the other side of the rocks i was yet to explore, the beach to myself only a few people, a little wave at each other and back to our own thoughts, I was thanking God that my battery was still going, and then the last shot came and went and the battery flashed, i was so grateful to get anything at all, images are photographed with My Nikon and a borrowed Olympus, actually nice working with two cameras, one for long exposure and one for happy snaps. I packed up my gear and found a rock pool and just sat in there for ages, closed my eyes and felt the warm waves rush over my body, just heaven….One of the things I loved about Broome is it only 10 to 15 minutes to any of the beaches/town from Cable Beach.

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Gantheaume Point


Waiting for the sunset, loads of people around, i set up for my shot about 20 minutes before, they all seemed to disappear, distracted as I was helping a lady take pics with her iPad, seemed really quiet and I turned around to see all these people behind me, I smiled and laughed, one guy yells out, well we figured you picked the best spot so we thought taking the pic from your angle was best, all laughed and someone else, yep that’s right you look professional, respect to all these people 😊😊

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Hired a car for my last 4 days and spent the day cruising around Broome, bit of a recon ..I thought i would treat a couple of Young French backpackers to a day out,  chilled, laid back  although the onset of the flu, only wearing thongs {flip-flops} I didn’t think it was a  not a good idea to climb down to look for Dinosaur prints, , An Irishman asked me if I knew where they were, I showed him according to the map and told him that it has to be a really low tide to see them and that won’t happen for a few weeks, he replies “I may be Irish but ….” hahhahha I said “i can’t prove either way but here look at the pic” hahhahahha I can’t get over how long his socks were, I mean it’s bloody hot!!! I couldn’t wear my Redback boots once! A beautiful sunset to end the daygantheumecollage.jpg

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Cape Leveque


After a 2 hour scenic flight we finally arrived at Cape Leveque, with little time, a 10 minute walk through hot red sand down to the beach, I didn’t quite make it to the little island, one can only run so far with gear, I didn’t get time for a swim although I did feel that warm water rush over half my body, It was just beautiful.

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Apollo Bay


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Filled with excitement waiting for the sun to come up on a great day that followed.

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Organised Chaos


Oh this place was just magical!!! Nothing but the sound of the waves crashing against the rocks, it has it’s own heart beat that makes my heart beat faster, Just spectacular, I sat here for ages. I couldn’t help but walk up and touch the rocks, then did a runner and played with the waves, once you feel the water it’s hard to turn away from what refreshes your soul.

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In the midst of movement and chaos, keep stillness inside of you. Deepak Chopra

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SeaEscaping


How awesome is it to have all of this to yourself for hours! We are so lucky to have such a big beautiful country where you can be so close and yet so far, perfect beaches._DSC0221-Edit.jpg

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Thunder Cave


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