I believe one of the virtues of a good photographer is the skill to make a fascinating shot out of an everyday subject. … More Sydney & A Palm Tree
I stayed in a mansion in Panama. And right outside my window, laid the reality of the world beyond my mansion. … More Photo Challenge; Windows Of Reality
The National Pass, in the Blue Mountains World Heritage Site, is more than 110 years old. But that history pales in comparison to… … More Photo Challenge; Layers Of The Earth
I like the challenge of writing in a very concise manner, in which both meaning and form are important. … More Photo Challenge; Is There A Structure At All?
Later this year, the people of Australia will have a say in righting a wrong.
Let us hope we can turn a corner. … More Photo Challenge; Let’s Turn a Corner Already!
Far below the colourful worlds of the tropics and temperate lands which humans inhabit, there is another world; a simpler world where… … More Photo Challenge; Mirages of Land in Water
It’s hard to explain what the purpose of art is, or to say exactly what it does to us.
But sometimes, when you find yourself in its presence it inspire you to create something of your own. … More Photo Challenge; Textures Of Inspiration
With every shot I take, I realise that it’s alright to be different because Unusual is my way of looking at things… … More Unusual; A Day In My Life
A bridge is meant to be crossed. Or so we are told. But that day, on our way to an ancient Inca citadel, I did something slightly different on a bridge. … More Photo Challenge; A Bridge Between Here And There
“For what it’s worth: it’s never too late or, in my case, too early to be whoever you want to be. You can change or stay the same, there are no rules to this thing. We can make the best or the worst of it.” … More Photo Challenge; My Mind Is A Delta