Back Home in the Australian Silence

It’s obvious I’m in Australia. A strong wind hushes through tall, messy trees, causing the smaller branches to dance and sway, silhouetted against an orange and silver dusk sky. The air is clean and sweet as wattle wafts on the approaching southerly. kookaburras, perched on Read More …

Ocean Dusk: Gallery

The Northern Beaches in Sydney is my favourite place on this earth. The smell of sea air as ocean mist wafts up from the beach is unique. It blends with warm summer breeze as it dances in salty air to the soundtrack of pounding waves Read More …

I’m About to Take the Road Less Travelled

This is all bullshit! Life is dynamic, in flux and can’t be carefully planned and orchestrated no matter what stage of life you find yourself at… Society does well to try and brainwash us about what’s right at what time, but really it’s all just a load of crap. Read More …

The Lost City

A hidden, dusty trail winds through the thick woods on a high plateau. Twisting and bending around ancient trees and boulders it leads you down to the cliffs edge where the plateau dramatically drops away in a razor-sharp crest. The woods open up as a Read More …

Wilsons Promontory Australia

Wilson’s Promontory National Park is the southernmost point on the Australian mainland. It’s an area abundant in wildlife and dramatic landscapes as the forest meets the sea on dramatic rocky mountains and tidal rivers. //

Mini Gallery – Australian Outback

The ‘Outback’ I’ve never felt so much stillness nor heard so little whilst taking in so much. The vast, dry, emptiness of the Australian outback is incredible. There you stand, the middle of nothing. Nothing but the ring in your ears and the deafening silence. A crisp, sharp Read More …

We’re on the Road to Nowhere…

Heading in to the middle of nowhere… The Australian ‘Outback’. On roads like this it becomes impossible to judge perspective and distance as the landscape offers no visual cues except flat, endless earth. Here we pulled over just to hear the silence of the landscape. Read More …