An escape to tropical North Queensland was just what we needed after what felt like a very long and cold winter here in Brisbane. I have been to North Queensland a few times, but this was the first time staying mostly in Cairns and exploring the area without a car.
I would like to introduce you to ‘Tropico’, a puzzle design that I have created using my own photographs. I was inspired after reading Sir David Attenborough’s recent book, A Life on Our Planet, and his message about the importance of biodiversity. To create this puzzle, I searched through my
The Sunshine Coast which is where I first started to get passionate about beach photography. It is about 1.5 hours drive north of Brisbane, and all my family live there so I visit quite often. My absolute favourite thing to do is to be at the beach very early in
This is the second set of photos of a beautiful morning’s sunrise at Mudjimba Beach on the Sunshine Coast. You can check out the first set of photos here. On this particular morning the sky was an array of amazing warm colours, and the clouds spectacularly reflected the changing hues.
I am slowly slowly going through a set of sunrise photos I took at Mudjimba Beach back in February. This was the last beach weekend I had before travel restrictions came in (happily I finally got back to the beach last weekend!). I was so lucky to have two amazing
Abstract photography is something I really enjoy and lately I have been experimenting with different ideas. Photography is one of the ways I have been staying creative while looking after my daughter and she is proving to be a good photography assistant! These images are the result of playing around
Just a short ferry ride from Brisbane, you can be transported to an island paradise complete with white sand, swaying palm trees, and lots of wildlife. Tangalooma is a resort on Moreton Island, and was one of the destinations we took my Italian in-laws to visit when they came to
When I used to hear the words ‘Norfolk Island’ my mind conjured up images of lots of old people playing golf surrounded by pine trees! After recently spending a week there, what I discovered instead was a fascinating blend of nature and history. Norfolk is an amazing island to visit, here