Life is full of contrasts.
It is not merely black or white or shades of light and dark. It is full of beauty if observed closely.
For me this image symbolises life: moments filled with light and dark that shape our experiences and emotions to make us who we are.
Serenity is everywhere. In the stillness of the morning, in the quiet of the night and in the laughter of loved ones…
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Shadows are everywhere, defining scenes, creating stories…
The opportunity to capture beauty in its raw simplicity is an honour. And photographing Isobella is just that. A beautiful soul who never fails to shine with every image taken…
my favourite model, Isobella…
Signs are everywhere. Some are easily seen, some are subtle: such are the signs of life. Subtle indicators of life, left for another to see..
A home abandoned?
An unfinished repair…
A collection of well used boards…
A lesson finished
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Along the Yarra, Melbourne…
A winter’s night in Melbourne…
Humanity’s footprints. They are there, everywhere…
A collection of shoes in the carpark, yet there was not a soul on the beach?
An unfinished repair…
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I love dogs. They are always on an
adventure of sorts: sniffing, hunting, playing, searching or simply being the beautiful beings that they are…
Hmmm should I?
I know it was here somewhere…
Side by side, always…
And you are?
Stanley being Stanley
‘Oh I love the car’
It's a dog's life, photography
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A few years ago I lived on acreage that was home to abundant birdlife and spectacular sunrises. Early one morning I captured my feathered neighbours in
silhouette as they danced in celebration of a glorious dawn.
Texture in an image can be deciphered many ways: here’s my take on texture…
For the last few weeks I have had freedom – freedom from assignments, textbooks and endless hours studying in order to gain a post-graduate teaching qualification.
And during those wonderful weeks of freedom I have had time to reflect upon a life once lived. And a good life it was. Flying around the world, partying in Paris, having slings in Singapore and lunching in LA.
But as the saying goes; all good things must come to an end. And so with wings clipped and and a life now lived with feet firmly planted on the ground, I thought a flying photo essay (the type of essay I prefer) was in order.
Flying over the French Alps…
Enroute from UAE to Geneva…
With Nelson: Joburg
What the passenger never sees: crew rest, BLISS!
My son and the Burj Kaleefa: Dubai
Business class benefits…
Somewhere @ 30,000 feet…
With film, Los Angeles
La Rosiere, France
En route to World Cup game, South Africa.
For my protection?
Gold flaked coffee, Abu Dhabi
With film; LA
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