If it’s flooded…

Good thing for this sign, otherwise this bloke would have had no idea where to ride his bike! Welcome to the wet season in far north Queensland where it rains, and rains and rains. Where your washing smells like mildew, your back yard becomes a swamp, and when it finally stops bucketing down the mozzies... Continue Reading →

Not so iconic

I don't think I've ever seen a tourist at this Atherton Tablelands landmark! Well, it's a landmark for the local kids anyway. This is the Atherton Skate Park, on the outskirts of the little town that gives the Tablelands its name. Not the most exciting of places for parents so bring a good book, and... Continue Reading →

Swedish bananas

Another funny thing about the internet is that people seem to find me and my pictures from all over the globe. Sometimes that leads to work that is both unexpected and a lot of fun. This was an image I shot on assignment for a Swedish newspaper of all places. I received an email from... Continue Reading →

Champagne and celebrities

When you live kind of off-the-beaten track you don't often get the call to go and photograph someone famous. Lots of celebrities like to holiday in this part of the world but the last thing I would ever want to do is some sort of horrible paparazzi thing where you follow them around trying to... Continue Reading →

Play ball!

If you're anything like me your kids don't particularly think you're very cool. Sure they might have an inkling that what you do for a living is interesting, but for the most part they couldn't care less. Unless you make them look cool. My two both play baseball here in Cairns, with my eldest (pictured... Continue Reading →

Farming country at heart

For all its touristy attractions and natural wonders, at the heart of far north Queensland is its agricultural industry. A short drive in any direction out of town and you'll immediately find yourself surrounded by sugar cane farms. Head farther afield and you'll discover banana plantations, avocadoes, mangoes and a wide variety of tropical fruits.... Continue Reading →

Bubble, bubble toil and trouble

  One of the highlights of this part of the world has to be the Yungaburra Markets. Held on the fourth Saturday of every month you can find everything from fresh fruit and veggies, ceramic frogs and homemade jams to, who could resist, giant bubble wands! I spotted this bloke plying his soapy wares and... Continue Reading →

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