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Finally! After 7 very interesting days in my new home country I was able to get the camera out and go and do some shooting. The conditions weren't the best but…

Days! I've had 16245 of them. Some I can remember with clarity whilst some blend in to a meaningless mist. Some I want to remember forever, some I'd give…

Just before Christmas I decided to head to the other side of Upolu (the smaller but more populated of Samoa's two main Islands) & get a feel for my current home…

I read a lot about great photographers. I had this idea in my head when I started that no matter what, they always create magic. Turned out I was wrong.…

It's been a while but I've actually stayed in the one place for more than a fortnight. A whole two weeks in my own bed with about 10 days to go till I jump on…

A long time ago I did my first stint of solo travel. It was a road trip from Sydney across to Adelaide and then back along the iconic Great Ocean Road to…

The little wooden boat skipped across the smallish waves that flowed  east to west in Suva Harbour. We passed many Chinese and Japanese fishing vessels on our…

The other week I headed to a part of Samoa that's fast become my favourite spot. Granted I've got about 80% of the country still to explore and I've put many of…

Living on a South Pacific island, there are a few cliches that always come to mind. It's not exactly modern but that seems to work. Samoa is a developing…

It's getting close to my anniversary of living in Samoa. I've spent a lot of time off the island & been lucky enough to get home to Australia at regular…

A few weeks ago I was lucky enough to get a day off and sneak off to a small island resort on the south coast of Upolu. Upolu is the smaller but more populous…

I kind of let my photoblog go for a while. Unfortunately life was taking me through one of those little upheavals it tosses at me from time to time to make sure…

Have you ever felt like you've traveled back in time. Or even though you've only gone a few kilometres down a particular road it actually feels like you've gone…
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