28 at Jimmys Beach

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28 at Jimmys Beach

This is what I played with at Jimmys Beach over the weekend of my 28th birthday. There's enough going on here to have you constantly on the move but it's also so picturesque that you can't help but stop to breathe it all in...

Thank you to North Coast Holiday Parks for hosting me, for forgiving my turning up to a powered site reservation with no tent and for putting me up in a cute beach cabin that faced the paperbarks and was just mere steps from the sand...

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Shoot for the stars x No More Ugly Camera Bags

Shoot for the stars x No More Ugly Camera Bags

I'm excited to share with you a short article I wrote on astrophotography for No More Ugly Camera Bags. I don't get to photograph the Milky Way as often as I'd like to but the times that I have, have been magical ✨✨ If you're a fellow shutterbug, I hope my tips help you capture some night skies of your own x

Unconditionally Remarkable

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Unconditionally Remarkable

This is how I saw the Remarkables on my latest adventure to Queenstown in June 2017 with Jetstar NZ. In the space of a handful of days, I saw these mountains under all kinds of conditions - and under every single one of these conditions, they were true to their name - remarkable...

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Filling the gap in Sydney's east

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Filling the gap in Sydney's east

Twice I've been to The Gap, in Sydney's east. By no means is it a secret. But the seascapes here, exclusively at sunrise, fill me with inspiration and both settle and send my heart soaring. Maybe it's because to get somewhere for that first light, you've got to really want it. Or maybe because it is just wild out there past the fencing. Either way, it fills the gap between true far-flung places and staves off those crazily itchy and daring feet.

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Crooked Mountains, Big Sky

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Crooked Mountains, Big Sky

The Warrumbungles; where the earth meets the sky. Ancient land under a night sky so starry and so bright that it became recognised as NSW and Australia's first Dark Sky Park.

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