A great start to the New Year, I got to drive and photograph this beast through Sydney’s Blue Mountains. An area recently ravaged by massive bush fires which tore through the area with no regard to life or property, this made for an eerie backdrop to this gorgeous piece of machinery.
An extremely rare Japanese sports coupé, this Full White RS-X version Nissan Silvia is one of a limited number produced. The square lines and pop-up headlights scream 1980′s design. The car looks timeless as it takes in the sunset over the south coast of Adelaide.
The Salar de Uyuni in the south of Bolivia is the world’s largest salt flat, measuring a little over 10,500 square kilometres. I spent a few days travelling the amazing landscape surrounding the salt flats by 4 wheel drive before heading across the Salar to the Incahuasi Island. I captured this photo as the sun - Read More -
Sitting atop the highest point in Marseille, France, is the beautiful catholic basilica Notre-Dame de la Garde. A gold statue of Madonna and Child looks out from upon the bell tower to the Mediterranean Sea and Marseilles famous Vieux Port below. The setting sun gives the basilica a golden glow, highlighting its vibrant design and - Read More -
The Sydney Opera House is a fascinating piece of architecture. I’ve visited and photographed it many times now but still manage to see something new in its design. Its tall arches and tiled patterns are beautiful from every angle.
The Great Ocean Road is one of the most enjoyable and scenic drives in Australia. Cruising the coastline in an open topped Nissan sports car is the ultimate freedom. We stopped at Port Campbell to visit the famous Twelve Apostles rock formations. As the sun rose the limestone cliffs glowed an impressive orange and yellow. - Read More -
Paris is a beautiful city. I’ve been lucky enough to visit a few times now and can always find something new to explore and photograph. The iconic Eiffel Tower, perhaps one of the most photographed landmarks in the world, still manages to capture my attention and imagination as it did the first time I saw - Read More -
We guided our bikes down a steep hill towards a small white stone cathedral. A flat patch of grass provided just enough space to set up our 3 tents for the night. The sun had set long ago, bright lights on the horizon shone from the port of Piraeus reminding us that Athens was only - Read More -
I sat exhausted on the terraces of Machu Picchu to absorb the scene infront of me. Having spent the last 4 days hiking the Inca Trail my body was spent. Sickness, steep climbs and descents, rough terrain and altitude had all taken their toll. My reward was this, a front row seat to the greatest - Read More -