Gantheaume Point

On my second night in Broome, we went down to Gantheaume Point in the hope of finding some dinosaur footprints. Turns out we were completely in the wrong place, but we didn’t care as we enjoyed exploring the shallow pools that had formed when the tide went out. The water was so warm and the sand was so wonderfully soft underfoot. What a magical place!

Check out Sarah’s blog for more pics!

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Nat Geo Found Tumblr

As part of National Geographic’s ongoing celebration of their 125th anniversary, they are showcasing some images from their amazing archive on a special tumblr site. These pictures are truly awe-inspiring, not least of all because they are mostly film (gulp!) and prove that photography isn’t all about having the latest equipment or the sharpest lens. You can even purchase prints of these images from their tumblr if you so wish.





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Chong’s 30th

I had a lovely evening last night celebrating a friend’s 30th birthday. This was the first 30th birthday I’ve been to this year – and it won’t be the last. Everyone in my year at school/uni is turning 30 this year… we’re all getting old!

Chong decided to have his birthday on a boat! We cruised down the Swan River all the way down to Mosman Bay and then back again. Unfortunately I made a rookie error and my battery died halfway through the evening. 😦 However I did manage to get a few nice pics and also managed to have a play with Jason’s very nice 5D Mark III.

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Kinfolk Magazine Volume 7

The latest edition of Kinfolk Magazine has been announced. Kinfolk is one of my favourite reads – a stunning combination of beautiful design, gorgeous images and well written articles. It is created by a group of like-minded creatives with the idea to foster small gatherings and encourage people to reconnect with each other (in a less digital way). I have every edition except the first (sadly sold out!) and recently subscribed for a year. I can’t wait for this magazine to arrive on my doorstep.

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Cable Beach

Cable Beach
Over the Labour Day long weekend I travelled to Broome to visit my wife Sarah who is currently up there working. We had a really good time, catching up with friends, checking out the amazing beaches and sunsets, and also seeing some of the native fauna. There will be more posts (both on this blog and her blog) to come with the pictures taken during the trip, but I wanted to start this blog off with some beautiful images I captured at Cable Beach. I had just stepped off the plane and the sun had already set, but there was some magical light that evening. The recent cyclone had passed close to Broome and some of the clouds still lingered.

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Cable Beach

Cable Beach

Cable Beach

Cable Beach

Cable Beach

Cable Beach

Cable Beach