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Light painting with steel wool
I was invited to join a Google Plus get together over the weekend by Jason Baker down at Cronulla’s sand dunes. I met Jason at one of my social events a month or so back and mentioned to him my interest in doing some light painting. This sort of light painting was a first for […]

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Date: July 30, 2012
Long Reef – Dee Why Beach
As I drive about I often look up to the sky to see what the weather is doing (I can be easily distracted). Even if I’m not out photographing I still try to predict what the sunset will be like to better my understanding. The more I know about the weather the more likely I […]

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Date: July 26, 2012
Bangalley Headland warming rays – Northern Beaches Sydney
Heading up the coast towards Palm Beach a well hidden pathway leads you to this hidden headland. A short walk to the cliffs edge and a step decent brings you to the base of Bangalley Headland and to numerous photo opportunities. This part of the world has great rock formations where the large surf rolls […]

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Date: June 28, 2012
Coalcliff, Australia – Coastal Photography
A weekend break from Sydney brought me to Stanwell Park only an hour South of Sydney and the next town up from Coalcliff. I know photographers that have travelled here from Sydney for sunrise so I gathered there must be something worthy to shoot. A short walk from the car I came across this awesome outlet […]

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Date: June 5, 2012
Bradleys Head, Sydney, Australia – Dolphins
I had little hope for a decent sunset on Friday when I headed over to Bradleys Head. It could have been brilliant but it had really set in and there were no breaks in the cloud cover for the sun to peak through. I will have to visit this great spot again for the shot […]

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Date: June 3, 2012
Blue Mountains Warming Light
Being from Scotland it’s nice to visit the Blue Mountains in the freezing cold of winter. It reminds me of Scotland, actually Scotland would be 10-20 degrees colder. All this beautiful Australian weather has turned me soft and 13C is now unbearable. Anyway, I took these whilst up in the Blue Mountains teaching a group my […]

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Date: May 23, 2012
South Curl Curl At Large
South Curl Curl was going off (how Australian am I?). I had donned my boardies and reef shoes to get close to the surf as I normally do expecting to get a little wet. The surf was HUGE, there was no chance I was going anywhere near it without getting a little dead let alone wet. I […]

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Date: May 21, 2012
North Narrabeen Sunrise
The first time I visited North Narrabeen I was lost looking for Turimetta. I left that morning and have only just returned. The sunrise wasn’t looking that great with a bank of clouds sat on the horizon so instead of shooting the wooden walkway that dissects the rock pool I decided to venture out the back to […]

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Photography Workshop Blue Mountains Wrap Up
Thanks to all that attended my first weekend workshop. Everything seemed to fall into place and we managed to balance time spent in the classroom with some fun photographic shoots in the surrounding Blue Mountains National Park. There were some great photos captured and processed over the weekend. It was great to see everyone making the effort to […]

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Date: May 8, 2012
Mona Vale Rockpool, Sydney
Mona Vale rockpool. I had been waiting a while for a high tide to coincide with sunrise at this unique rockpool. I had marked it in my calendar after scanning through the Pocket Weather AU iPhone app looking for a suitable time. I wasn’t disappointed, the surf was huge, so big the pool was actually […]

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Date: April 18, 2012
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