Moon at sunset

Travel photography moon sunset

A sliver of moon at sunset near Norseman in WA.  

Whalers Way SA

Travel photography Whalers Way

We spent four days over New Years at Whalers Way, which is private property on the very tip of the Eyre peninsula in South Australia. While we were there we had our own private beach to swim in. The sunsets looking out ove the Southern Ocean were amazing.

Starry nights in Coffin Bay

Travel photography stars

We spent a few days over Christmas this year at Coffin Bay National Park and it was a beautiful clear night with no moon, so I thought I would have a try at shooting the stars.

Arno Bay forshore

Travel photography Arno Bay

A shot of the Arno Bay foreshore from the jetty, not long after the sun has gone down.

Sea Lion on the beach

Travel photography sea lion

A sea lion that had washed up onto one of the beach’s in Coffin Bay National Park South Australia.  

Saucepan constellation

Travel photography stars

The saucepan constellation over 7 mins. Taken at Coffin Bay National Park South Australia.

Dolphin fishing

Travel photography dolphin

One of the dolphins we saw herding Salmon towards one of the beach’s at Coffin Bay National Park. There were three dolphins that we saw working as a team to move the fish to a certain area and then strike.

Kata Tjuta

Travel photography Kata Tjuta

Our family did the Valley of the winds walk through Kata Tjuta while it was raining lightly, we were very lucky to be able to see the area with rain but even luckier to see small waterfalls and the creek bed with over half a metre of water in it. The creek bed is the normal walking […]

Uluru (Ayers rock) base walk

Travel photography Uluru base walk

We took the kids for a 9.5km walk around the base of Ayers rock in Sept 2010. The walk seemed a lot longer than 9.5 km’s, but it was worth every step. We loved being able to walk around and see Uluru from up close as we had only ever seen photos of it from […]

Young monitor (Perenti)

A young monitor that we saw while walking around Arid lands botanical garden. I think it could be a perenti which can grow up to two metres in length.