9th March 2014 – An approaching monster

And then, it passed.... And threw a few small CG's out as it went by: Top: Canon 5D Mark III, 17-40mm F4 L lens 0.9 GND filter ISO 200, f6.3, 1/100th Bottom: Canon 5D Mark III, 17-40mm F4L lens at 25mm 0.9 GND filter AEO Lightning trigger ISO 400, f5.6, 1/80th You can see my tips on for lightning photography in Darwin at my previous blog here -

Photo Essay | Litchfield National Park

I know I haven't posted my "one's that got away" (my unseen photos) from November and December - that's because things with Christmas have been SO hectic I've not had time to take any photos, really. I think I only posted around 5 shots on Facebook for the month of December (usually around 30). Here's my Facebook page for those who don't follow me on Facebook. (You should, it's where I upload my recent shots, the day they are taken!): And why was Christmas so hectic? Well, for me - I had my first taster of having a "shop"! I operated out of a stall in the Mitchell Centre (Darwin CBD) for 6 weeks. Pop-up Chrissie stall, now closed Now, on Boxing Day I...

A quick trip – Edith Falls, Nitmiluk National Park

As most of you who follow me on Facebook will know, things have been a bit hectic recently and I have had very little time to get away to take photos. My partner and I decided to grab one night away whilst we could, before the Christmas rush starts! We left Darwin at around 5am, to get to Robin Falls (near Adelaide River, NT) for dawn. We were a little bit late, but turned out to be near perfect timing – we walked along the creek to the falls, arriving when the light was shining perfectly on the rock face. Bad news was,

Those that got away July & August 2013

June and July were pretty quiet months for me in terms of getting out and taking photos: not only am I very busy with the tourist season and making stock for markets, but we are also nearing the “biggest” part of our house renovations – the kitchen! We’ve been working hard to get ourselves a working kitchen, and we are still going….. the end is now in sight, so another few weeks and the house should be complete.

Those that got away… June 2013

Every month I want to start doing a blog post for the “unseen” photos I took that month. I take photos at least five days a week. In wet season, I usually go out everyday, sometimes twice a day! Although I am not as “trigger happy” as I used to be, I still end up with a LOT of photos. Each sunset shoot I probably come back with between 15 and 30 shots. On a longer trip I can take hundreds of shots. I only usually post one photo a day to social media – Facebook, Flickr and G+  – I pick my favourite shot from the day to process and then share online. A lot of photos become archived, and forgotten about, all because…

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