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Albufeira

The Perils Of Portugal

Way back in the summer of 2012. I had just spent the weekend in Ireland celebrating the wedding of my friends Ed and Leanne, whom I had lived with in Brisbane.  My head was sore and I was counting the costs of the trip as I walked through Exeter Airport arrivals.  Within moments of turning … Continue reading The Perils Of Portugal

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Nicoletta Vienne

Nicoletta

As promised, here's the second post of the month covering another portrait shoot!  I will catch up! I met Nicoletta a few years ago at a photography social in Exeter.  Although based in Bristol, she'd been to Uni in Exeter and happened to come along that evening.  Pretty much as soon as we met we … Continue reading Nicoletta

Amie Boulton

Amie

In a bid to desperately catch up on blog posts I'm going to attempt to upload two old portrait shoots this month! This is one from early April in 2016.  A mini shoot really, in collaboration with the awesome Amie Boulton and fellow photographers, Mike from White Label Photography and Elliye. Similar to the shoot … Continue reading Amie

Rosa Brighid

Rosa Brighid

Away from travel for a short while and moving forward from 2008 to 2015.  These posts truly are all over the place. I'd been wanting for several months to try my hand at portrait photography.  In particular, I'd wanted to learn more about working in a studio.  For some reason though I was scared. I … Continue reading Rosa Brighid

The Fountain of Wealth

Singapore

I finally made it. This is the last of the travel installments from 2007/2008. 10 damn years it's taken to get around to writing these blog posts.  I can't help but wonder if half of what I've noted really happened or if my mind is playing tricks on me.  What about the things that I … Continue reading Singapore

Kata Tjuta

The Red Centre

Although this was a part of The Groovy Grape trip, I felt due to the subject it was worth a post all of its own.  I just didn't want to overload the previous post with too many photos! The Red Centre pretty much included the reasons why I booked this trip -  Uluru (Ayers Rock), … Continue reading The Red Centre

The Breakaways at dawn.

The Groovy Grape

As I saw out my time in St Kilda I frequently found myself counting pennies.  Without a job I was living on my credit card.  The question I found myself asking was pretty simple.  Did I have enough for one last blow out adventure?  The big trip I wanted to do before leaving the country … Continue reading The Groovy Grape

12 Apostles

The Great Ocean Road

If I could boil it down, there was just one thing (well two if you count the Neighbours tour!) that I refused to miss out on whilst in Melbourne; that was The Great Ocean Road. I'd spent a lot of the previous 9 months or so enjoying fellow traveller's photos via Facebook of it and … Continue reading The Great Ocean Road

St Kilda Breakwater

Melbourne & St Kilda

After The Whitsundays I flew back home to Brisbane.  Most of the crew had packed and left for Melbourne themselves with the relocation of the company.  I quickly made plans that I too would head to Melbourne. In part, to meet up with those friends but also, to start exploring again.  I would be flying … Continue reading Melbourne & St Kilda

The Whitsunday Islands

Sailing around The Whitsunday Islands in early September 2008 ...