Old School Ride

Old School Ride

W-class trams were introduced to Melbourne almost 100 years ago, in 1923. The unmistakable green and gold cars, that you will hearĀ from a mile away scream Melbourne-Town, and are one of my oldest memories from when I first moved here from Europe. These days you can...
Blue Dawn

Blue Dawn

I managed to escape the Victorian winter for a week during the school holidays last month. South East Queensland is exactly what the doctor ordered. Although a bit wet at times, I’m not going to complain about day time temperaturesĀ of 22 degrees. While up north,...
Neon Bridge

Neon Bridge

Do you want proof that I’m an amateur? Here it goes. I normally pack the night before when travelling, and so it was on this occasion too. But for some reason the morning of my flight I changed my mind in regards to the tripod I was going to take. This would not...
Rock of Inverloch

Rock of Inverloch

The sun Gods were with me last weekend, in what must surely be the last summer weekend until later this year. The rugged landscape of Eagle Rock took on a completely different feel, depending on the level of the tide and also the time of the day. I have included 3...
Mong Kok Cab

Mong Kok Cab

I have a confession to make. Whenever I am in Hong Kong, I come home with a memory card containing hundreds of photos with red cabs. I was lucky enough to spend five days in this vibrant city with a very good friend of mine. And a lot of the photos that I came...
Staying Calm

Staying Calm

This is the sort of setting you would expect to find in tropical Qld or the Northern Territory, instead of Victoria. This was my first attempt at photographing the mangroves at Tenby Point, unfortunately I lucked out with the timing of the sunset and high tides...