If you’ve ever had anyone ‘famous’ call you would be able to relate to my experience. Earlier in the year, I got an email from the Microsoft Bing PR team to ask if I was interested in helping them promote a photography competition in the US in celebration of World Photography Day.
So during my time in Coffs Harbour, I’ve had the chance to try out my recently inherited Canon EOS 30D. The camera originally belonged to one of my best mates, Stewart Orme. Unfortunately, at just 23, Stewart recently passed away after a motorcycle accident. What a blessing it is to have the opportunity to capture […]
I’ve been working in Canowindra doing a heap of grapevine pruning. The hardest job I’ve done yet. More on that later at Australia 360. Today however, it was thunderstorming so we had the day off. Because the vines grow along metal wires, it isn’t safe to work on the vines. Instead, I went for a […]
Yesterday, I went to the Moree Show to check out all the awesome there. The police presence for the small show was incredible. There were officers everywhere! I was recommended not to stay out after 10pm as there was potential for things to get a little violent. I had a great time checking the show […]
Springfield is the property I’m on at the moment. Today, I helped deliver lucerne hay into town, fixed a few fences, installed a new water trough and did some more cow chasing. At the end of the day, I headed out on the quad to take a few photos. Here they are! Ephesians 4:26 – […]
This year, the National Multicultural Festival was held between February 11-13 and what fun it was! I tried some Russian and Indian food along with a Norwegian beer that tasted very stouty for a golden looking beer. Richard and I had a great time capturing a few photographs of the event. I enjoy how Richard […]