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I moved back to Australia for the first time since early 2016. in that time I lived in Malaysia, Samoa, China and New Zealand. I had grand plans to stay in each…

I hate birthdays. Not other people's, other people's birthdays are awesome. But a bunch of people celebrating mine just feels weird and uncomfortable. So last…

A few posts ago, I spoke about doing a U turn across the harbour bridge in Tauranga New Zealand to capture a cool sunset. It wasn't the last time I did that U…

I really want to get good at astrophotography. But I also like sleeping. So I'm often caught in between the two. The sky continues to do amazing things when we…

I was driving home across the Tauranga Harbour Bridge. It's a working harbour, so the visual really depends on which way you look. Glance one way and it's all…

When I lived in New Zealand, I was a poor student again. I had enough funds for about 18 months but had to potentially make it last three years. So…

I spent 8 weeks in my old home town of Canberra at the end of last year. Being a capital city it gets a bit of a bad rap. The common joke is it's boring. most…

Since 2010 I've lived in 6 countries and 11 different places. I've got amazing memories from all of them. I've got comfortable with change. Even though I am…

It's been over a year since I did this. Feels strange to look back at all the photos of many journeys all around the place. Some of them seem surreal, but the…

New Zealand is often referred to as the land of the long wide cloud. From top to bottom it’s a damn long drive traversing two islands. But from east to west…

I really like Auckland. It’s fashionable to hate it if you don’t live there, but it feels like a real city where as most of the other major centres in New…

A bit over a year ago I began really experimenting with different photo techniques. It’s a rolling experiment and I don’t expect to end any time soon. I really…

There’s a forest about 100km from where I live. It’s famous for the tall redwood trees and incredible darkness as you look from the outside in. There’s a path…

I love visiting Sydney. I lived there for 12 years before my first little run of overseas adventures and I was back there in between the most recent set of…

There’s a marina in Tauranga Harbour, the town I am currently calling home. It’s chock full of the type of boats you imagine owning if a lottery win befell you.…

I’m not an early morning person. I get why early risers love it. It’s cooler, the air feels a little fresher, there is less nose, you feel like you have command…

I had a little break back in Australia over Christmas. I spent time with family, hung out at my old gym, had coffee at my favourite lakeside cafe, got free…

At the mouth of Tauranga Harbour is Mount Maunganui. It was many thousands of years ago a volcano. It’s a bit of a right of passage when you come to this part…

It’s always a good idea to plan a photography trip in advance. Off the cuff for no reason is fine, but it’s not advisable. Nine times out of ten I’m very…

I moved countries again. It’s been a bit of a theme the last few years. A mixture of chasing adventure and failing to find a foothold, mostly the former, I…
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