Exercise heaven

If you're a fitness enthusiast then this part of the world really is especially made for you. With warm, tropical weather all year round and a plethora of sunshine there really is no excuse not to get out and about in the great outdoors. Nowhere is this easier to see than on the foreshores of... Continue Reading →

Pied pied pied

For those of us without hours and hours of time to sit around waiting for wildlife there is a really good alternative. A trip to your local zoo or wildlife park can present a wonderful opportunity to get reasonably close to animals and birds that are relatively habituated to people. It also saves the need... Continue Reading →

Road signs and wildlife

Road signs are an often overlooked point of interest. They vary from country to country, region to region. If you're trying to drive in a foreign country they can be overwhelmingly confusing. But one type of road sign that is pretty clearly understood is the wildlife warning sign. These can be found all over the... Continue Reading →

Contemplating the serenity

I've made no secret about this being my favourite little piece of rainforest in far north Queensland. Just north of Port Douglas, the easily accessible Mossman Gorge is a popular place with both tourists and locals alike. The water is always refreshingly cold in summer or winter, and this little swimming hole is the most... Continue Reading →

Jump!

As photographers we learn to appreciate light in all its forms. When working with natural light we are totally at the mercy of the elements, which can often mean waiting for hours, if not days, for the conditions to create the image we see in our mind's eye. When we work with flash, however, we... Continue Reading →

BTS

Here's another outtake from a really fun photo shoot. A BTS if you like. And just to prove that I'm still young and hip, I actually know what it stands for! Behind the Scenes.   Lying on the ground there is good buddy Dave (@dcphoto). Dave and I were both contracted to photograph a new... Continue Reading →

Beautiful Pelorus

One of the advantages of writing my own blog is I get to look back on past assignments and reminisce. This was a short trip but one filled with amazing scenery and friendly people. I had the pleasure of photographing a Coral Princess cruise from Townsville to Cairns, sailing through the beautiful waters of the... Continue Reading →

Cook’s View

Sure there's a few more houses but you have to think this view hasn't changed a hell of a lot in the last couple of hundred years. The Endeavour River in Cooktown provided a safe haven for Captain Cook and his crewmen in June of 1770. Having just extricated themselves from a prickly situation on... Continue Reading →

Baseball girls

Following on from my evolution into an off-camera flash kinda guy, here's some happy looking girls from the Cairns Junior Baseball League under lights at the new Walker Rd baseball complex in Edmonton. Both my boys play baseball and I have coached for a number of years. I don't often get to take photographs of... Continue Reading →

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