Category Archives: Photography


Queenslands Gold Coast

After four days and nights up in the Hinterlands of Mt Tamborine we finally arrived back in the hustle and bustle of the city.  We had booked an apartment in Surfers Paradise between the sea […]

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Werribee Open Range Zoo

Werribee Open Range Zoo is set on approx 560 acres within the Werribee Park Precinct in K Road Werribee.   Its neighbours in the Werribee Park Precinct, are the historic Werribee Mansion and the Victorian State […]

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Crystal Ball Photography

Crystal Balls in photography have become extremely popular.  Due the shape of the ball, its refractive – meaning anything viewed through it is reversed and it gives you a fish eye effect, without a fish […]

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Black Saturday – From The Ashes

Following weeks of drought, and extreme heat, Victoria was a tinderbox waiting for the match to fall.  The devastating bushfires that swept across Victoria on Feb 7th 2009, now famously known by all as Black […]

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Fine Art Nude

What is Fine Art Nude? It is a genre of photography, depicting the human body, with the emphasis on compositional and aesthetic qualities. Erotica, while sometimes present, is a secondary result. It’s shape, form, lights […]

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Melbournes Laneways and Street Art

A couple of sundays ago I took a walk around Melbournes Laneways to view and photograph the street art.  Melbourne is pretty much the street art capital of Australia if you believe the hype. With […]

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The Great Alpine Way

The Great Alpine Road (also known as The Great Alpine Way)  is a road stretching from Wangaratta in the North-East to the Gippsland Lakes at Metung.  Its Australia’s highest, all year round road sealed road (with […]

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Tooronga Falls

Tooronga Falls is just east of Noojee, Vic and is easily accessible from the car park via a 750m walk. The falls are photogenic, with a good year round flow.  On the walk to them, we found lots […]

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Sail and Rail

I had a birthday coming up and chose the Steamrail Victoria excursion to Geelong as my day out.  Our sail and rail day started early… we were sailing to Geelong aboard the Victoria Star and […]

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Shipwrecks of Homebush Bay

The Shipwrecks and Wetlands of Homebush Bay are a stunning credit to reclamation and beautification old industrial locations, with paths, cycle tracks, wetlands and of course, the shipwrecks. Situated on the south bank of the […]

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Quarantine Bay to Kiama

It was our second and last morning in Eden and we were on our way back up the coast on the return journey to Sydney.  This time we headed to Quarantine Bay not far from […]

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Melbourne Open House 2015

Melbourne Open House is an annual event, held at the end of July each year.  Its goal is “connecting people with good design and architecture in the city”. During the two days it runs, over 100 […]

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