Monthly Archives: December 2010

WHAT IS ICELAND’S COUNTRYSIDE REALLY LIKE?

I caught up with a photographic friend last night whom I had not seen in more than a year. During the course of the evening drinks and conversation on all things photographic the topic of Iceland came up and what my trip had been like earlier this year (2010). I always enjoy talking about photography […]

ABANDONED BLUE BERG WINS SILVER IN BETTER PHOTOGRAPHY 2010

I received an early Christmas present yesterday in the form of an email from Better Photography Magazine Australia in recognition of photographic excellence. I am pleased to report that the photograph I entered into the Better Photography Photograph of the year 2010  – “Abandoned Blue-Berg”  taken in Iceland earlier this year at the Jokulsarlon glacial […]

MERRY CHRISTMAS!

Merry Christmas to all! May you have a safe and happy Christmas. Hopefully, if you have been good Santa Clause will leave you something special!

SENTINEL PEAK – THE GRAMPIANS

It has been quite a while since my last update (my apologies); things have just been very hectic at the office with the usual pre-Christmas insanity. I really do not understand what it is about the pre-Christmas period that makes people act as if the world is coming to an end. The desire to get […]

THATS THE LAST TIME I DO A RAIN DANCE…

No real rains for a decade in Australia, years of drought, parched farm land and dried up creeks, lakes and rivers. Lost crops, top soil blown away, water shortages the list goes ever on. This wide brown land of Australia has really been just that. For more than ten years now Australia has been gripped […]

SEND JOSH TO THE NORTH POLE – IN SEARCH OF SANTA CLAUS

Call this one a definite post from left field – But here is a chance to send me packing to the far flung top of the world where I could possibly get lost, eaten by a polar bear, kidnapped by a renegade band of Santa’s elves or even freeze to death. Yes, in my desire […]