Monthly Archives: January 2011

SCOTLAND’S MOUNTAINS BY JOE CORNISH

During some recent email correspondence with my friend from Iceland Daniel Bergmann; he recommended a book by Photographer Joe Cornish titled ‘Scotland’s Mountains’ with the sub title ‘A Landscape Photographers View’. I subsequently purchased the hard-back book from Amazon on his recommendation and have to say that it has been one of the most enjoyable […]

MUNGO & WALLS OF CHINA – TAKE THREE

It is better than a rain dance – but I am trying again to get to the Walls of China at Mungo this weekend. The weather forecast is reasonable to good, the road is currently open and accessible, the moon almost full and the planets just about aligned. So all with all systems go for […]

LICENSED PHOTOGRAPHS FOR 2012 NEW ZEALAND CALENDAR

A couple of weeks ago I licensed some of my photography to a New Zealand company named Black Fish that produces high quality calendars that contain iconic images of New Zealand’s North and South Islands. The Calendar should be available for purchase around the middle of this year 2011 in New Zealand. At this stage […]

2011 ICELAND CALENDAR PROJECT

The 2011 calendar project was a last minute inspiration idea that I picked up from Matt over at the website Lightroom Killer Tips. Using an Adobe Lightroom pre-set for calendars I have created a calendar for 2011 with some of my favourite photographs from my time in Iceland last year. Please feel free to DOWNLOAD […]

2010 – WHAT HAPPENED? 2011 – WHATS IN STORE?

I know we all say this every year ; but boy oh boy…where did 2010 go? As each year drifts by it seems the foot of life  gets pressed ever so slightly harder on the accelerator pedal. I really would like it if the world just slowed down a little once in a while. The […]

HAPPY NEW YEAR – PHOTO OF THE MONTH UPDATED

I hope everyone had a great New Years Eve and New Years day – 2011 already! I am going away for a few days R&R to Daylesford with my wife tomorrow so updates may be a bit sporadic over the next week or so. I do plan to squeeze in some photography around the Lakehouse […]