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Lillies, Little Towns and Landslides

Guest blog by Anita Bromley I would like to think that I’ve seen enough of the world and Australia for that matter to not be surprised about what I’d see heading ‘out west’ with Danielle for the weekend. And no, I haven’t been surprised. A better word […]

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And the lessons just keep coming…. A Guest Blog By Augustine Mathews

There is a lot to be said for the ‘hospitality of the outback’. There is a magical quality to the air and I think that it must rub off on the people who live here. (A lady today told me it is the dust and that there […]

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5 top things to do in Queensland in flood

Across the world images and stories of Queenslander’s caught in a devastating crippling flood are inundating the news.

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On the street – travel photography with Linden Neill

A guest blog from Linden Neill currently of no fixed address.

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Photographing a Hawaiian Monk Seal

Today I had an amazing experience. Right outside my motel on the beach was a Hawaiian monk seal!

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The advancing lava flows and photographing panoramas for stitching

There is something humbling about standing next to lava flowing across the land. As it crackles announcing its advancement in a victorious way, the glow beneath the black bulge hints at the devastation this molten rock can cause.

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Is this the face of Pele?

Kīlauea, the youngest and most south-eastern volcano on the Big Island of Hawaii, is the home of Pele, the Hawaiian volcano goddess.

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Tips for photographing lava fields

Do a search on the internet for ‘why use a polariser filter’ and you’ll get great tips on this fantastic filter that should be in everyone’s camera bag. There is information on why to use it for landscapes, reflections and colour saturation.

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They’re off and racing!

Around Australia there will be a buzz tomorrow with the running of the Melbourne Cup, however in Melbourne and at the renowned Flemington Race Track that buzz will be a little louder as the Victoria Racing Club (VRC) celebrates the 150th running of the ‘race that stops […]

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World first photographic climb for Story Bridge

On April 24 at 7.20am in a world first, Story Bridge Adventure Climb (SBAC) offerred climbers the chance to take their own cameras to the top of Brisbane’s iconic Story Bridge.

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