Marina Bay
Marina Bay

Marina Bay, Singapore. I spent an hour scouting for decent locations and came across this spot from the Gardens side. This offered a great view of the Hotel, reflections and Singapore Flyer in the background.

Iguassu
Iguassu

Iguassu Falls, Brazil. This was just off the busy walking track with little space and time to shoot. I used a tighter crop, included onlookers for scale and set a decent shutter speed to capture the fine spay.

Guarded
Guarded

Beijing, China. These Palace guards and the striking red backdrop made for a strong composition.

Women of Bali #2
Women of Bali #2

Bali, Indonesia. A series of 9 pictures taken at a local Balinese market. I was lucky enough to join 4 others and learn from famous photographer Stephan Wayda. This up-close street photography pushed me out of my comfort zone, but I was really pleased with the results.

Lake Bled
Lake Bled

Lake Bled, Croatia. I spent 2 hours walking around the lake looking for a slightly different perspective. Around half-way I came across these shoes from the local rowing club scattered over a small jetty.

Live Long, Prosper
Live Long, Prosper

Beijing, China. I captured this from a Rickshaw touring the local Hutongs of Beijing. These small communities are fast disappearing as locals are pushed out to make way for larger developments.

Bali Dancer
Bali Dancer

Tegalalang Rice Terrace, Bali. This local was on hand to pose in traditional dress.

Balinese Ballet
Balinese Ballet

Bali, Indonesia. I was lucky enough to enjoy lunch at the family home of this young Balinese Dancer.

Mount Agung
Mount Agung

Bali, Indonesia. I’m not an early morning person but it was worth the 4am rise to travel here in time for sunrise. These rice fields were bathed in a lovely golden light set against early morning mist and stunning Mount Agung Volcano.

Iceberg
Iceberg

Iceberg, Antarctica. Chiseled details, rich blue hues and a pristine landscape all contribute to this striking ice form.

Hitch Hiker
Hitch Hiker

Gentoo Penguin, Antarctica. I spotted this little guy while cruising through an iceberg field by zodiac. He seemed to own this particular piece of real estate.

Avatar
Avatar

Gardens by the Bay, Singapore. I was immediately struck by the other-worldly appearance of these artificial trees, which reminded me of James Cameron’s Avatar.

Birds
Birds

Parliament Building, Budapest. Impressive by day, I decided to revisit for a night shoot. The long exposure not only captured car lights but a fascinating pattern of Gulls circling overhead and illuminated by the buildings lights.

Blue-footed Booby
Blue-footed Booby

Galapagos Islands. This marine bird is easily recognised by its distinctive bright blue feet.

Egyptian Woman
Egyptian Woman

Aswan, Egypt. Strolling the alleyways of a Nubian Village, locals go about their everyday business including this local villager sweeping her doorway.

Florence
Florence

Florence, Italy. Spectacular vista of this charming city taken from Piazzale Michelangelo.

Helix
Helix

Marina Bay, Singapore. The Helix Bridge leads the eye into this scene which also features the Marina Bay Sands Hotel and ArtScience centre. Three beautifully designed structures.

Brooklyn Bridge
Brooklyn Bridge

New York, USA. I used my widest lens to capture the the graphical lines that define this iconic Bridge.

Life
Life

Plitvice Lakes, Croatia. I almost missed these small mushrooms which were only 1-2cm high. Using a focus stacking technique combining several images I was able to maintain focus at this close range while still blurring the background.

Lion Rock
Lion Rock

Sigiriya, Sri Lanka. The foreground reflection framed this UNESCO world heritage site perfectly. Zoomed in, it’s just possible to make out people standing on the top left on this enormous natural wonder.

Machu Picchu
Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu, Peru. Always a challenge to photograph such an iconic site. I decided to get above the crowds and capture a wider view with some hikers for scale. The weather systems change regularly here, and I like how the distant rain showers add to the mood.

Melbourne
Melbourne

Yarra River, Melbourne, Australia. This elevated view taken at dusk really shows off this vibrant city and river precinct.

Morning Light
Morning Light

Bali, Indonesia. These golden rays cut through the surrounding vegetation during an early morning walk. A lone palm tree in the rice fields was nicely framed by the light.

Pikes
Pikes

Pikes Market, Seattle, USA. This gritty stall, vendor and produce was typical of the hustle bustle in this busy market place.

Red Robin
Red Robin

Boboli Gardens , Florence. While this estate is graced by palacial buildings and ornate gardens, there’s an abundance of wildlife just off the main tracks.

Sanur Beach
Sanur Beach

Bali, Indonesia. This lone Pagoda sits against warm hues of the morning’s sunrise. I like the Fibonacci Spirale created by the beach as it wraps around the Pagoda.

Skyscraper
Skyscraper

Shanghai, China. One of the many skyscrapers that now dominate the skyline of this cosmopolitan city. The building seems to disappear into infinity through it’s converging lines and the low cloud cover.

Subterranean
Subterranean

Budapest, Hungary. One of the oldest electrified undergrounds in Europe, the M4 line was upgraded in recent years and now features several stunning architecturally designed stations.

Super Sonic
Super Sonic

New York, USA. This Concorde sits on the deck of the decommissioned Intrepid Aircraft Carrier. Super sonic commercial travel may return one day, in the meantime we can imagine.

Take off
Take off

Perth, Western Australia. I patiently waited for this Heron, then fired dozens of shots to capture the moment just before take off.

Tegenungan
Tegenungan

Bali, Indonesia. This couple in red (posing for wedding shots?) works nicely in Black and White. I adjusted my aperture to capture the pebbles stacked in the foreground and my shutter to blur the water.

The Bridge
The Bridge

Sydney, Australia. This colourful view of the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge was taken during the Vivid Festival which features 100’s of immersive light installations and projections. The shot reveals interesting details such the rivets used in the bridges construction, around 6 million in total.

Vivid
Vivid

Sydney, Australia. This long exposure reveals the colorful lighting and projections of the annual Vivid Festival.

Wanaka
Wanaka

Lake Wanaka, New Zealand. This lone tree, a crack willow (salix fragilis), sits just off the shore and grows miraculously out the water.

Women of Bali #1
Women of Bali #1

Bali, Indonesia. A series of 9 pictures taken at a local Balinese market. I was lucky enough to join 4 others and learn from famous photographer Stephan Wayda. This up-close street photography pushed me out of my comfort zone, but I was really pleased with the results.

Women of Bali #4
Women of Bali #4

Bali, Indonesia. A series of 9 pictures taken at a local Balinese market. I was lucky enough to join 4 others and learn from famous photographer Stephan Wayda. This up-close street photography pushed me out of my comfort zone, but I was really pleased with the results.

Women of Bali #5
Women of Bali #5

Bali, Indonesia. A series of 9 pictures taken at a local Balinese market. I was lucky enough to join 4 others and learn from famous photographer Stephan Wayda. This up-close street photography pushed me out of my comfort zone, but I was really pleased with the results.

Women of Bali #6
Women of Bali #6

Bali, Indonesia. A series of 9 pictures taken at a local Balinese market. I was lucky enough to join 4 others and learn from famous photographer Stephan Wayda. This up-close street photography pushed me out of my comfort zone, but I was really pleased with the results.

Women of Bali #7
Women of Bali #7

Bali, Indonesia. A series of 9 pictures taken at a local Balinese market. I was lucky enough to join 4 others and learn from famous photographer Stephan Wayda. This up-close street photography pushed me out of my comfort zone, but I was really pleased with the results.

Women of Bali #8
Women of Bali #8

Bali, Indonesia. A series of 9 pictures taken at a local Balinese market. I was lucky enough to join 4 others and learn from famous photographer Stephan Wayda. This up-close street photography pushed me out of my comfort zone, but I was really pleased with the results.

Women of Bali #9
Women of Bali #9

Bali, Indonesia. A series of 9 pictures taken at a local Balinese market. I was lucky enough to join 4 others and learn from famous photographer Stephan Wayda. This up-close street photography pushed me out of my comfort zone, but I was really pleased with the results.

Women of Bali #10
Women of Bali #10

Bali, Indonesia. A series of 9 pictures taken at a local Balinese market. I was lucky enough to join 4 others and learn from famous photographer Stephan Wayda. This up-close street photography pushed me out of my comfort zone, but I was really pleased with the results.

Marina Bay
Iguassu
Guarded
Women of Bali #2
Lake Bled
Live Long, Prosper
Bali Dancer
Balinese Ballet
Mount Agung
Iceberg
Hitch Hiker
Avatar
Birds
Blue-footed Booby
Egyptian Woman
Florence
Helix
Brooklyn Bridge
Life
Lion Rock
Machu Picchu
Melbourne
Morning Light
Pikes
Red Robin
Sanur Beach
Skyscraper
Subterranean
Super Sonic
Take off
Tegenungan
The Bridge
Vivid
Wanaka
Women of Bali #1
Women of Bali #4
Women of Bali #5
Women of Bali #6
Women of Bali #7
Women of Bali #8
Women of Bali #9
Women of Bali #10
Marina Bay

Marina Bay, Singapore. I spent an hour scouting for decent locations and came across this spot from the Gardens side. This offered a great view of the Hotel, reflections and Singapore Flyer in the background.

Iguassu

Iguassu Falls, Brazil. This was just off the busy walking track with little space and time to shoot. I used a tighter crop, included onlookers for scale and set a decent shutter speed to capture the fine spay.

Guarded

Beijing, China. These Palace guards and the striking red backdrop made for a strong composition.

Women of Bali #2

Bali, Indonesia. A series of 9 pictures taken at a local Balinese market. I was lucky enough to join 4 others and learn from famous photographer Stephan Wayda. This up-close street photography pushed me out of my comfort zone, but I was really pleased with the results.

Lake Bled

Lake Bled, Croatia. I spent 2 hours walking around the lake looking for a slightly different perspective. Around half-way I came across these shoes from the local rowing club scattered over a small jetty.

Live Long, Prosper

Beijing, China. I captured this from a Rickshaw touring the local Hutongs of Beijing. These small communities are fast disappearing as locals are pushed out to make way for larger developments.

Bali Dancer

Tegalalang Rice Terrace, Bali. This local was on hand to pose in traditional dress.

Balinese Ballet

Bali, Indonesia. I was lucky enough to enjoy lunch at the family home of this young Balinese Dancer.

Mount Agung

Bali, Indonesia. I’m not an early morning person but it was worth the 4am rise to travel here in time for sunrise. These rice fields were bathed in a lovely golden light set against early morning mist and stunning Mount Agung Volcano.

Iceberg

Iceberg, Antarctica. Chiseled details, rich blue hues and a pristine landscape all contribute to this striking ice form.

Hitch Hiker

Gentoo Penguin, Antarctica. I spotted this little guy while cruising through an iceberg field by zodiac. He seemed to own this particular piece of real estate.

Avatar

Gardens by the Bay, Singapore. I was immediately struck by the other-worldly appearance of these artificial trees, which reminded me of James Cameron’s Avatar.

Birds

Parliament Building, Budapest. Impressive by day, I decided to revisit for a night shoot. The long exposure not only captured car lights but a fascinating pattern of Gulls circling overhead and illuminated by the buildings lights.

Blue-footed Booby

Galapagos Islands. This marine bird is easily recognised by its distinctive bright blue feet.

Egyptian Woman

Aswan, Egypt. Strolling the alleyways of a Nubian Village, locals go about their everyday business including this local villager sweeping her doorway.

Florence

Florence, Italy. Spectacular vista of this charming city taken from Piazzale Michelangelo.

Helix

Marina Bay, Singapore. The Helix Bridge leads the eye into this scene which also features the Marina Bay Sands Hotel and ArtScience centre. Three beautifully designed structures.

Brooklyn Bridge

New York, USA. I used my widest lens to capture the the graphical lines that define this iconic Bridge.

Life

Plitvice Lakes, Croatia. I almost missed these small mushrooms which were only 1-2cm high. Using a focus stacking technique combining several images I was able to maintain focus at this close range while still blurring the background.

Lion Rock

Sigiriya, Sri Lanka. The foreground reflection framed this UNESCO world heritage site perfectly. Zoomed in, it’s just possible to make out people standing on the top left on this enormous natural wonder.

Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu, Peru. Always a challenge to photograph such an iconic site. I decided to get above the crowds and capture a wider view with some hikers for scale. The weather systems change regularly here, and I like how the distant rain showers add to the mood.

Melbourne

Yarra River, Melbourne, Australia. This elevated view taken at dusk really shows off this vibrant city and river precinct.

Morning Light

Bali, Indonesia. These golden rays cut through the surrounding vegetation during an early morning walk. A lone palm tree in the rice fields was nicely framed by the light.

Pikes

Pikes Market, Seattle, USA. This gritty stall, vendor and produce was typical of the hustle bustle in this busy market place.

Red Robin

Boboli Gardens , Florence. While this estate is graced by palacial buildings and ornate gardens, there’s an abundance of wildlife just off the main tracks.

Sanur Beach

Bali, Indonesia. This lone Pagoda sits against warm hues of the morning’s sunrise. I like the Fibonacci Spirale created by the beach as it wraps around the Pagoda.

Skyscraper

Shanghai, China. One of the many skyscrapers that now dominate the skyline of this cosmopolitan city. The building seems to disappear into infinity through it’s converging lines and the low cloud cover.

Subterranean

Budapest, Hungary. One of the oldest electrified undergrounds in Europe, the M4 line was upgraded in recent years and now features several stunning architecturally designed stations.

Super Sonic

New York, USA. This Concorde sits on the deck of the decommissioned Intrepid Aircraft Carrier. Super sonic commercial travel may return one day, in the meantime we can imagine.

Take off

Perth, Western Australia. I patiently waited for this Heron, then fired dozens of shots to capture the moment just before take off.

Tegenungan

Bali, Indonesia. This couple in red (posing for wedding shots?) works nicely in Black and White. I adjusted my aperture to capture the pebbles stacked in the foreground and my shutter to blur the water.

The Bridge

Sydney, Australia. This colourful view of the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge was taken during the Vivid Festival which features 100’s of immersive light installations and projections. The shot reveals interesting details such the rivets used in the bridges construction, around 6 million in total.

Vivid

Sydney, Australia. This long exposure reveals the colorful lighting and projections of the annual Vivid Festival.

Wanaka

Lake Wanaka, New Zealand. This lone tree, a crack willow (salix fragilis), sits just off the shore and grows miraculously out the water.

Women of Bali #1

Bali, Indonesia. A series of 9 pictures taken at a local Balinese market. I was lucky enough to join 4 others and learn from famous photographer Stephan Wayda. This up-close street photography pushed me out of my comfort zone, but I was really pleased with the results.

Women of Bali #4

Bali, Indonesia. A series of 9 pictures taken at a local Balinese market. I was lucky enough to join 4 others and learn from famous photographer Stephan Wayda. This up-close street photography pushed me out of my comfort zone, but I was really pleased with the results.

Women of Bali #5

Bali, Indonesia. A series of 9 pictures taken at a local Balinese market. I was lucky enough to join 4 others and learn from famous photographer Stephan Wayda. This up-close street photography pushed me out of my comfort zone, but I was really pleased with the results.

Women of Bali #6

Bali, Indonesia. A series of 9 pictures taken at a local Balinese market. I was lucky enough to join 4 others and learn from famous photographer Stephan Wayda. This up-close street photography pushed me out of my comfort zone, but I was really pleased with the results.

Women of Bali #7

Bali, Indonesia. A series of 9 pictures taken at a local Balinese market. I was lucky enough to join 4 others and learn from famous photographer Stephan Wayda. This up-close street photography pushed me out of my comfort zone, but I was really pleased with the results.

Women of Bali #8

Bali, Indonesia. A series of 9 pictures taken at a local Balinese market. I was lucky enough to join 4 others and learn from famous photographer Stephan Wayda. This up-close street photography pushed me out of my comfort zone, but I was really pleased with the results.

Women of Bali #9

Bali, Indonesia. A series of 9 pictures taken at a local Balinese market. I was lucky enough to join 4 others and learn from famous photographer Stephan Wayda. This up-close street photography pushed me out of my comfort zone, but I was really pleased with the results.

Women of Bali #10

Bali, Indonesia. A series of 9 pictures taken at a local Balinese market. I was lucky enough to join 4 others and learn from famous photographer Stephan Wayda. This up-close street photography pushed me out of my comfort zone, but I was really pleased with the results.

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