Sharps Airlines 30 minute sunset flight and I was met by Paul (sculptures and quirky music) Sally (culinary brilliance) and their son Eden. Fabulous generous hosts (thanks for use of car and cosy cottage) with a home full of laughter and brilliant company. Lovely. I was blown away by Flinders. Awesome walking along rocky shores, long… Continue reading FLINDERS ISLAND-Don’t forget to wave!
The North East and Dorset, with familiar place names like Weymouth, Bridport and Lulworth, though the scenery couldn’t be more different. The aboriginal history is sparse and difficult to find and understand without a guide, so I made a fair few omissions on my way. I want to go back and explore Tomahawk. I whizzed through… Continue reading Straight tracks to the Bay of Fires.
Not many words needed…. My first Aurora Australis – from Squeaking Point and then the Forth lookout………Mad! I’ve waited a long time to be in the right place at the right time….
I’ve been blasting around on the bike of late, 60- 90km loops taking in the fields and trails around Railton and Sheffield.
I love my new Mavic Pro drone and I’m getting more confident/knowledgeable in it’s and my abilities. So here’s my first real attempt to search for and capture an abstract image on the coast.
A quick day trip to Stanley turned into a three-day voyage through a region that I completely fell in love with. A stop on the way up the northern coast road at Boat Harbour Beach, meant I could make sure caffeine levels weren’t getting dangerously low and a to launch the drone. Exquisite water colours… Continue reading Cape Grim and The Dismal Swamp
A nervetastic first few flights are now under my wing, so to speak, and I’m starting to get the hang of the drone. A Mavic Pro, which folds up into a tiny little bum bag, so of course is an ideal traveling companion. A full 20 minute flight over theBakers beach from Port Sorell (… Continue reading Droning on…..at Port Sorell