Tag Archive: Australia

Fort O’Hare Freecamp

Travelling from South Australia to Victoria via the Princes Highway you’ll find a terrific freecamp spot in the town of Dartmoor, around 30 kilometres over the SA/Vic border. Advertisements

Having a Shot List for Travel Photography

When planning a driving holiday in Australia, don’t forget to plan a ‘shot list’ of where and what you want to take photographs of. Even if you don’t publish photos and you’re just… Continue reading

McLaren Vale Foodie Heaven

Hand in hand with the beautiful wines of the McLaren Vale region in South Australia goes the impressive food at restaurants and wineries throughout the area. You are spoilt for choice in the… Continue reading

The d’Arenburg Cube

Leave all of your sanity at the door people! Well that’s what the sign should say as you enter The d’Arenberg Cube at McLaren Vale. At the entranceway there is only the slightest… Continue reading

Top 5 tips for Creative Sunset Photos

  Sunset is one of my favourite times to take photos especially if there is a west facing beach involved. I love having people or objects silhouetted against fiery skies but sometimes the… Continue reading

Silly Santa Season

It’s seems it’s not enough that people have spectacular light displays on their homes at this time of year, the latest thing is silly Santas up to all sorts of mischief. I’ve found… Continue reading

Christmas in Australia (Part 2)

You know it’s getting closer to Christmas in Australia when….. The garden is getting pretty with bright gerberas and the air is heavy with the scent of star jasmine in the summer evenings.

Signs of the Times

As the old song goes, signs, signs, everywhere are signs. You can’t avoid them in everyday life but when you’re travelling and more conscious of your surroundings or more likely to be looking for signs,… Continue reading