A road-trip to Canberra

This month we headed down to Canberra to attend a workshop. Seizing the opportunity of a road trip we put the car into camping mode and headed off for ten days, leaving the dogs, llamas, fish and everything else in the capable hands of our friend and house-sitter, Barb. We went down the coastal way and back via the Blue Mountains and the New England Highway. As usual there wasn’t enough time to explore and photograph as thoroughly as we’d like but its given us some great ideas and inspiration for future trips! Below are some of our favourite photos from the trip. Hope you enjoy them!

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Sunset at Myall Lakes

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Sunrise the next morning at Myall Lakes (the ones below too)

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Dingo in the dunes at Myall Lakes - he was so curious and came so close to the car.

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Windfarm near Lake George

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Blossom tree in Canberra - October’s a good time to visit

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Floriade (above and below)

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My god-daughter, Tiana, taken at a local park

Tiana dance

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Quinces in a Leura cafe

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The Three Sisters Katoomba - everyone has to photograph them once don’t you think?

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Distant view from the Garden of Stone National Park

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A dogwood tree somewhere along the way.

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Evening light, Lake Glenbawn

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Poplar drive near Glen Innes

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Sheep or rocks? near Glen Innes

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The humble dandelion

Mount Warning views this year

We’ve been so fortunate to live with this amazing view of Mount Warning for 11 years now. Sometimes we take it for granted, at others it takes our breath away. Here are a few recent moments that we’ve captured over many different times of day. Looking out over the hushed valley as the moon sets is definitely an unforgettable experience. We will also be redoing our stock photography section of our photo cart soon as we hope to share these photos and all this beauty with a wider audience.


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Brooding Sunset
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Wrapped in Cloud
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Into the Lava
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Moonlight Rhapsody
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Streaks of Cloud

Dreamspace

We’ve been putting more emphasis on our commercial photography recently and have been rewarded with some very enjoyable commercial jobs. One was for Dreamspace, a local company who import their own designs in mosquito nets, bed canopies and silk sheets and quilts. All lovely stuff to photograph, great people to work with and a beautiful setting looking out over the caldera, even though it was a wet day. If you’d like to know more about these beautiful products just go to Dreamspace or Mosquito Nets. Here are a few images from the shoot:



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has it really been so long since I've blogged here?

Has it really been so long? I guess that I put so much up on Facebook and our Portrait and Weddings blog, plus my recent obsession with Pinterest, that oh dear, I’ve neglected this blog! Well here are a few photos from a trip out to visit our lovely friends, Lyndon and Beth who live at Woodenbong (yes, what a name for a town!). We woke to a thick mist that gradually lifted to reveal all sorts of treasures. Here are a few favourites. I ‘m quite pleased with the classic mustering shot!




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