Articles - Architecture

Dancing House, Prague

Prague's famous Dancing House was one of sights I wanted to see and photograph. I planned to photograph the Dancing House on our last night in Prague, so we headed 1.2km south of our hotel, where I positioned myself for the image I wanted, once the light was right. Here is the image I sought out... [more]

Vítejte v Praze (Welcome to Prague)

We have arrived in Prague, and spent our first day wandering around. The day began with a 5am awakening as usual.  We decided to take advantage of the serenity of the dawn hours in a European city and wander out to the Charles Bridge, which is a five-minute walk from the Charles Bridge Palace, where... [more]

Booked: Trip to Israel and Czechia

Later this year we are travelling to Israel for a wedding, but since we will be within close proximity to many other destinations, it made a lot of sense to also plan a mini-holiday somewhere else nearby. While there are some fantastic places in the world which are worth re-visiting, what is more appealing is the notion of... [more]

2015 Retrospective: Intense and Focused

Now that we are well into the year 2016, it is time for a retrospective look at my photographic journey in 2015. The year can be summarised as intense and focused, as the majority of images I captured during 2015 were in the Mara North Conservancy and Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya, where we embarked upon an incredible seven-day safari with our friend and safari leader Mario... [more]

Pleasant Dawn on Sydney Harbour

Since my return to seascaping last week, I have been keen to head back out at dawn to shoot more seascapes. On the one hand, I failed; but on the other hand, I succeeded - at capturing a different kind of image at dawn. Having checked the weather and cloud situation the night before, I... [more]

Kenya: So Where Exactly Were We?

For the past few months I have chronicled our adventures in the Maasai Mara region of Kenya on a day-by-day basis, detailing in words and pictures the incredible experiences we had. For those who have not been to the Mara, it can be difficult to picture the geography and understand how vast it is, and... [more]