“Head On” over and see the wildflowers of Western Australia

Typically for a trip like this my camera bag is locked and loaded long before my suitcase, in fact, I have a “go” bag for my photography gear ready at most times. Then with a flourish I check the weather at my intended destination on my iPhone to work out what clothes to pack and I can tell you the effort in that is minimal. … Continue reading “Head On” over and see the wildflowers of Western Australia

Waverley cliff walk

Yes, even though it was overcast we still walked today and as a result were rewarded by rich colours, cool temperatures and no rain at all. The walk is predominately along the cliff face and so offers spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean and the sandstone cliffs that mark the meeting of land and sea and offers a view few people bother to investigate. Requiring … Continue reading Waverley cliff walk

Delights for your sights…. New Year Eve – Sydney style

Nothing more really needs to be said. I spent NYE with family and had the opportunity to bring a camera and try my hand at shooting the fireworks… the results of which are displayed below… If you like the images please like the post and tell me how YOU celebrated New Years. Continue reading Delights for your sights…. New Year Eve – Sydney style

A compelling road trip around the extraordinary countryside of NSW

This extraordinary road trip, right on your doorstep, delivers beyond expectations for all the family Travel to the serene tranquillity of Mt Kosciusko, be charmed by the Riverina Highway, from there arrive at the ancient secrets of Mungo National Park, finishing off with more than you thought possible to do at Broken Hill, and returning home via routes used by early explorers through the Blue … Continue reading A compelling road trip around the extraordinary countryside of NSW

The Extraordinary road to Mungo

Wanting an early start to what I knew would be an interesting journey I left Mildura around 5am. I’d been warned when booking myself into the shearers quarters accommodation via the phone 2 days earlier, to fill up on petrol and supplies before leaving town as there were no facilities at the park itself. Approximately 20 km along the road leading to the national park … Continue reading The Extraordinary road to Mungo