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Budapest Hungary
Budapest, a sprawling city of old and new. Its historic sites, and natural thermal hot pools, make this city, split by Danube a fascinating place to visit. Hungarian Parliament Building Fishermans Bastion Chain Bridge, one of many that cross the Danube in the city of Budapest

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Date: November 10, 2011
Tuscany, Italy
Countryside Italy, rolling pinstriped grape covered hills, soft warm light, old towns and thin cypress trees. Cappella Di Vitaleta, Tuscany Vineyard, Tuscany Piazza del Duomo, Florence

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Date: November 2, 2011
Venice, Italy
Venice, Italy was one place on my trip around Europe that I had actually longed to visit for a number of years. It’s a very special place and must been seen to be believed. The labyrinth of lane ways, and rivers with dozens of bridges, churches, historic buildings, boats, and shops will leave you bewildered, […]

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Date: October 23, 2011
Wollogorang Canola Fields
A simple yet striking composition, a yellow canola field, grey sky and a lone tree. Photographed on route back from a weekend trip from Canberra the canola fields lined the road South of Goulburn. With a fixed 50mm I wondered the edge of the field looking to compose the lone tree off centre with a […]

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Date: October 14, 2011
Coogee, Australia
I’ve wanted to shoot Coogee for some time now. I lived there as a backpacker (don’t we all?) in 2003 so it’s somewhere close to my heart. The rock pool is an obvious focal point but I wanted to represent it in a unique way and choose a more minimalistic composition photographing from high above […]

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Sleepy Bay, Tasmania
Tasmania’s Sleepy Bay on the Freycinet Peninsula is a stunning red rock lined bay, and a great place to spend sunrise.I would have to say that Tasmania is probably the best place for landscape photography in Australia. In a relatively small area there are such contrasting scenes and everywhere has a photo opportunity.

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Date: September 26, 2011
Long Reef, Sydney
Long Reef on Sydney’s Northern Beaches. What looked to be a really bad sunset actually turned out great. Sometimes you’ve just got to find something to shoot and point in the direction of the nice light, there’s no shortage of leading lines on Long Reef at low tide.

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Date: September 21, 2011
Kosciuszko National Park
I’ve been seeking a photographic adventure for a while now and exploring the wilderness of Kosciuszko by snow shoe certainly fulfilled that. As this is not an undertaking that should be taken lightly, Tim Wrate a fellow photographer and I hired the services of Mike Edmondson a snow craft instructor and guide. You don’t want […]

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Date: August 24, 2011
Garigal National Park, Sydney
Tucked under Roseville Bridge, Garigal National Park, Sydney photographed on a winters morning shrouded in fog. Photographed on day 3 of my week of photography.

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Freshwater, Sydney
Photographed on Day 2 of my week of photography. For a local I really haven’t visited Freshwater and Freshwater Reserve all to often. It seems more distant to city living than Manly beach, which I love. The small stretch of sand before the beach and waters edge somehow divide or hide it from the urban […]

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Date: August 23, 2011
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