The silhouette of the world’s most isolated city greets us on a sunrise fish near Rottnest Island
The Bathurst Lighthouse on Rottnest Island, greeted by the dawn light while I was out pulling in craypots. It was built in 1900 in response to a series of shipwrecks and guides ships safely from Fremantle to the Indian Ocean
Sunrise at St Kilda, Dunedin. Taken in early Spring, a few years ago in my scarfie days
The late evening light caresses the hills near Lake Tekapo, NZ.
Crocodylus doesn’t only offer crocs - a curious Green Iguana stares down my lens at the Crocodylus Park, Darwin, Australia.
A Saltwater croc lunges for a bite at the Crocodylus Park, Darwin, Australia.
An old, abandoned Bedford enjoys retirement in a paddock by the hay-shed after serving sturdily at some stage during the 125 years of my family’s tenure at our farm in Dipton, Southland.
Mid-Spring visit to the beeautiful Garie Beach, in NSW’s Royal National Park. Huge beach, not many punters- a far cry from Bondi.
Garie Beach, Royal National Park
Jealously stalking a mid-winter surfer making the most of a 21 degree day in early July - Maroubra Beach, Sydney.
Waiting for the next mid-winter set - Maroubra Beach, Sydney
Dawn at St Clair Beach, Dunedin. A 15 minute bike from the flat - the perks of being a Scarfie.
2 MMA fighters jostle for position at a fight night in South Dunedin, New Zealand