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Mount Kanchenjunga


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Mount Kanchenjunga, another beautiful sunrise, viewpoint from Darjeeling, India.
I could have left this in colour which also looked beautiful, but i love the tones and lines in black and white.

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Stillness


No matter what goes on around you, be still, everything passes.

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Apollo Bay


Pre Dawn

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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Canon EOS 5D Mark III


With my Canon buddies constantly trying to convert me, I thought I would be fair and photograph your beloved camera’s with my Nikon D800E. As I keep saying if you give me a Canon, I will use it! This project has been constructed of 8 images using focus stacking, and one of my landscape images taken at Vigars Wells, Lake Mungo, NSW. The camera’s are well and truly used, so lots of love {scuff} marks! Best camera is the one you own and use well and with all your heart.

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I have used this camera myself and I have to say I do like it!

A massive thank you to my mate Andrew for loaning me his camera at short notice so I could finish this project off.


Great Ocean Road to The Bellarine Peninsula


On the 10th of January 2014, I took my kids to Jan Juc for the first time, on this day it was more of a day trip rather that a photography day. Although I have been to Great Ocean Road many times, I had never heard of this beach, I saw an image somewhere and decided to explore for myself, needless to say I fell in love with it instantly! I have been to countless beautiful beaches in my time but this one has the most impact, happy memories with my kids?!!! That Indigo sky I love so much?! Over time it has become my sanctuary, my place of rest and exploration, my hideaway and sometimes even my conference room. On my first visit I found this cave and have not been able to find it since, a little serendipity…it’s led me to find so much more, although looking through my files from 2 years ago, I have found many clues and realised I have  walked straight past it many times! The tide can hide and reveal so much. I have been working of this project on and off for the past two years, lots of research and mapping out, although the more I look the more I find, it’s just spectacular. I have my markers in place so continuing on this journey for as long as it takes, venturing out to my childhood places to The Bellarine Peninsula and Mornington Peninsula in between! And a few Overseas trips. I wish I could just say “beam me up Scotty” to each location on my list and “Surprise Me!”.

 

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My inspiration, I gave this print to an Italian exchange student that was staying with us last year.

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I love that one of my kids my sitting right beside me when I took this shot.

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Enjoying the simple things in life..

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Exactly how I feel at Jan Juc

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Moments to reflect and just be.

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Playing with the water.

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Randoms taken at another time, enjoying one of our beautiful Australian beaches.

 


Queenscliff, Victoria


A great day out, connecting both bays, Queens Cliff looking over to the Mornington Peninsula, I didn’t realise how close, 45 minute crossing with Searoad Ferries.

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Searoad Ferries, on it’s way to Sorrento

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Point Nepean

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Rural Victoria


Absolutely brilliant location, I can’t wait to get back out there again!

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Sorrento Back Beach


Sorrento Back Beach, Mornington Peninsula.

Just one of those days…..trust your gut, it’s never wrong….

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The perfect place for a swim..

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Reminds me of the dog in Never Ending story

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These mussels were as sweet as can be, I was on my belly for ages, studying and admiring natures art.

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Something about watching cascading water that takes your mind away from everything else.

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