The Landscapes of Canyonlands National Park

Located in the Southeastern region of Utah, Canyonlands National Park is one of the most impressive national parks in the United States that I’ve seen. Covering a vast area of land, the ancient geology and vistas can be best described as weird, magical and enormous in scale. With both the Green River and Colorado River bordering each ends of […]

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The stretch of road, made famous by Forrest Gump

The Beautiful Light at Monument Valley.

Monument Valley – it’s been featured in numerous advertising campaigns and movies, including Back To The Future and Forrest Gump. It is by far, one of the most beautiful and recognised landmarks in all of America. It was one of my more memorable shoots on this U.S road trip, not because I walked away with the […]

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Sunburst burst suring sunset at Horseshoe Bend in Page, Arizona. USA

Dealing with a boring sunset at Horseshoe Bend

The one thing that I love about the city of Page in Arizona is that both Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend are within close proximity to each other. This allows you to comfortably fit in a visit to both sights in one day. Horseshoe Bend is the classic shot that you will see of Arizona […]

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Lower Antelope Canyon in Page, Arizona.

Exploring Lower Antelope Canyon

I really was looking forward to photographing Lower Antelope Canyon; it was a place that was never going to deviate from my road trip schedule. The narrow slot canyons in Northern Arizona are something that I’ve never experienced anywhere in the world and the images of the area that previously caught my attention were best described […]

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Tips For Photographing the Grand Canyon.

Occupying the north western region of Arizona, the Grand Canyon is the result of seventeen million years of natural erosion from the Colorado River. Sections of the canyon are up to eighteen miles wide and have an average depth of one mile that snakes for 277 miles (446 km). So with only an afternoon and morning scheduled to explore and photograph, it doesn’t really […]

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my 2015 in photos

My 2015 in photos

Welcome to my 2015 in photos. I considered omitting it so that I could get through writing the stories behind the images but there are so many great images, they deserve to be shared sooner than later. 2015 was a “quieter” year for me; I travelled only four countries outside of my home country of Australia. They were: Thailand, America, Canada […]

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Photographing the Colours of New England and Appalachians

One of the upsides of my tour of the Canadian Rockies was that it coincided with the transitioning foliage colours along the east coast of America. There are other regions within the country that showcase this seasonal show of colour, but nothing comes close to what can be witnessed along the New England region of New Hampshire and Vermont, as […]

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Photographing the Canadian Rockies.

What brought me to the Canadian Rockies, was a One Of A Kind (OOAK) photography tour that my friend, Timothy Poulton was hosting alongside Chris Collacott and Sarah Hatton. For as long as I’ve been into photography, I hadn’t considered joining a tour, mostly due to what I consider as excessive costs. However, upon inspecting the per day cost of […]

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A Whirlwind Photography Road Trip in America – Part 2

This is part 2 of a 2 part series. If you haven’t read Part 1, click here. We were now half way into our whirlwind photography road trip. In four days, we had already driven through: Yosemite, Death Valley, Vegas and Zion; accounting for approximately 1,500 miles(2,414km) on the road. Our original plan was to include the […]

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