Railway Station

Playing around at Mansfield, these are photos from my first holiday still. I’m sorry I’ve been so lazy, I’ve been back at uni and it has been so busy! I’ll put more posts… Continue reading

Cathedral Mountain

So we ventured early from our tents one morning to conquer cathedral mountain! We passed a run over wombat (poor thing) and met some german hikers who looked way better prepared than us,… Continue reading

Stormy Night

Only one of the nights in Taggerty we got more wild windy weather, I took a few long exposure shots in the camping park of a section of fallen gum tree. I know… Continue reading

Taggerty Landscape

Well, I’m going to just put my first holiday photos into different categories depending on what the subject is. In this case the post will be of landscapes near where I camped. Lucy… Continue reading

Snob’s Creek

These are some of the first photos from my first holiday, sorry it’s taken so long but the number of photos I have to go through is intimidating. Anyway, here are the photos… Continue reading

Viva La Fleur

This is the other mystery shoot I did for a florist in Emerald. The first time I went there I got so lost and ended up taking 2 hours to get there! It… Continue reading

James Gowans at Gertrudes Brown Couch

Sorry for the delay, but finally here’s the first shoot I did. It was a James Gowans’ gig at Gertrudes Brown Couch in Brunswick. There was such a great possible shot on the… Continue reading

Mystery Shoot

Since coming back home I’ve had two jobs! In addition to all the photos I’ve taken on my holidays you can imagine I’m drowning in photographs! So I’ll leave you with a small… Continue reading

Six Days, 6 Photos

After many blisters, bites and scratches I have survived the first part of my holidays and I have tonight to show what I’ve been doing over the first 6 days of my holiday!… Continue reading

On the Road

I’m going to be on holidays for the next 3 weeks! Away from my computer with my camera so I won’t be posting for a while, so wish me luck and that I… Continue reading