As someone from subtropical Brisbane, who loves summer and hates being cold, I have a weird thing where I also like to experience extremes, such as going to ICEland in the middle of winter. Yes a country named after frozen water- what was I thinking? Well let me tell you,
Whenever I thought of the Galápagos Islands, I always put them in the holiday category of ‘once-in-a-lifetime’, ‘remote’, and ‘very expensive’. Especially if travelling from Australia! Then the chance came up for a holiday to South America, and suddenly the far away dream of visiting the Galapagos seemed much more
Yes it’s currently winter in Australia, and while those of you from actual cold places might laugh at the number of people in Brisbane wearing scarves on a 20 degree day, the last thing many of us here would be thinking about is going somewhere not too far from home
After a much too long five year hiatus, I finally got to revisit one of the most wonderful places- Lady Elliot Island. My previous trip was in spring, this time I experienced the island in all her winter glory. Just as beautiful as ever, Lady Elliot is truly a coral
I visited Coffin Bay National Park in South Australia earlier this year and was in awe of the scenery and the hyperreal coastal colours – it is a truly beautiful destination and also fantastic for wildlife. Soon I will be going to Kangaroo Island for the first time – I
As well as visiting Greece, I also spent time in Croatia which abounded in natural beauty. The second and third images are of the famous Blue Hole near the island of Vis – you almost need to wear sunnies as the water glows so brightly with the most incredible fluorescent
In October last year I was lucky enough to travel to Greece and experience the famous clear waters of the Aegean Sea first hand. I was not disappointed! A palette of blue, green and white withs hints of gold filled my vision both above and below the water.
Hi everyone! Apologies for my absence – I have been on holidays to the Solomon Islands! Lots of water time and lots of photos to share – here are some to start 🙂