Tag Archives: Travel Photography

Heron Island Engagement Session

If you remember from a few weeks back, I posted the beautiful wedding of Alison and Chris on Heron Island, which you can catch here. However the day before the wedding, we also did there engagement session on the island, so are here the photos (sorry a bit late and after the wedding, yes, very...

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Marcoola Holidays

Just come back from a short holiday at Atlantis Marcoola who did a great holiday deal with us, well recomended.  Here are some pics from the trip Now despite being on holidays, Nate still decided that 4:30 am was the right time to wake up,  which is just a wrong time of the day in...

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Melbourne Trip Part 2

I have had a small self induced break from wedding for the past 4 weeks, which has allowed me to catch up on some personal photos. Here is some photos from our trip to Melbourne and Anglesea last month. We started off in St Kilda, where you can see the typical Melbourne weather.  Yes I...

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The Rocky Pipeband road trip to Ayr

When I am not photographing (OK I am always photographing) weddings, my other time consuming hobby is Bagpipes and Pipebands.  I have been playing the bagpipes for nearly 30 years now, I teach pipes, compete in Pipebands, and have also played in lots of weddings.  And no I have not played pipes and photographed a...

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1770 Holiday Snaps

For the Queensland blog followers, wasn’t the election a surprise, I thought it was going to be close, not a near landslide win for for Anna Bligh.  Even despite that scary billboard photo of her everywhere, with a very masculine “vote for me or else” portrait, I think it would have been better with a...

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Brisbane City Train

We are now back from our holidays in Brisbane, it was great to see Trina’s family, and relax and spend time with my children.  It was darn sticky and hot, which meant we did not get to do too much outside. One thing we did get to see was the Brisbane City Steam train.  Now...

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Children of Sapa

In my life before children, I really liked to travel with my camera in hand.  Visited 36 different countries with my trusty Minolta SRT101, a titanium shelled fully manual camera made in the 60′s.  It was nearly indestructible, worked without batteries (very important in the cold) and took fabulous photos with a Rokkor 50mm lens. ...

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In Mackay with Mostyn

Well its the day after Fathers Day, still playing with my new Matika cordless drill, and waiting for the list of things in the house to fix with my new drill. I spent some of my day sorting through photographs, and here is some of my son Mostyn when he came with me to Mackay...

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