As well as a love of writing, I love photography and a while ago I put some of my images up for sale, for commercial use and as prints with Picfair. I’ve recently added to the collection with more photos which feature my favourite things to photograph, seascapes and sunsets.
If you’re in need of some spring colour amongst all the gloom (because of the weather or life in general), then take a trip to the Fleurieu Peninsula in South Australia to visit Nangawooka flora reserve. This 5 acre reserve which used to be a cow pasture, is home to more than 1250 varieties of… Read More Finding Spring Colour on the Fleurieu
When the weather is not playing nice and the fishing isn’t great, there are other ways to keep busy on Eyre Peninsula, including taking a scenic drive along the coast to see the Elliston Clifftop Sculpture Trail. We took this drive for the first time a year ago and seeing it again this year was… Read More Elliston Clifftop Sculpture Trail
Mid-winter is living up to its reputation as being prime time for whale watching on the Fleurieu in South Australia, with daily sightings of whales and their calves. Whales can and have been spotted all along the Fleurieu coast, but take it from a local, the best likelihood of seeing these beautiful creatures is from… Read More Whale Watching on the Fleurieu Peninsula
You can’t fail to see street art when you visit Melbourne, it is everywhere! City laneways are renowned for the art and on our last visit I managed to find a few new to me. Spending time around Fitzroy is another jackpot area if you’re looking for art and murals.
For our first visit to Broken Hill I think we managed to pack in quite a lot of the must see attractions. Finding a place to stay was a bit of an issue when we arrived and caravan sites were scarce in both of the caravan parks and the showgrounds. This was due to a… Read More Broken Hill Highlights – Part 1