“A dominant impulse on encountering beauty is to wish to hold on to it, to possess it and give it weight in one’s life.  There is an urge to say, “I was here, I saw this and it mattered to me”.  But beauty is fugitive, being frequently found in places to which we may never return or else resulting from rare conjunctions of season, light and weather… Taking photographs can assuage the itch for possession sparked by the beauty of a place; our anxiety over losing a precious scene can decline with every click of the shutter.”  — Alain de Botton.

Campervan adventures in Walpole Nornalup National Park

Margaret River, WA

Melbourne CBD

Rye Beach, Mornington Peninsula

Golfing on the GOR

Blue Mountains, NSW

Day 5: Milford Sound

Milford Track: Day 4

Milford Track: Day 3

Milford Track: Day 2

Milford Track: Day 1

Glacier Country, NZ

Fox Glacier

Devonport to Melbourne CBD

Airey’s Inlet

Tesselaar Tulip Festival

Hamilton Island, QLD

fur seals, Kangaroo Island

Kangaroo Island, SA

Montalto Vineyard

kangaroos, Anglesea

Great Ocean Road, VIC

my obsession with ghost gums

Uluru 360° Tour, Alice Springs, NT

the Red Centre, Alice Springs, NT

Freycinet National Park, TAS

Daintree Rainforest, QLD

Melbourne Zoo

the whites

Christmas on the Coast (Mornington Peninsula and Phillip Island)

after midnight (cities by moonlight, from our world travels)

nature (flora and fauna pictures, from our world travels)

Melbourne street art