It has been AGES since I last posted to @instagram... Sorry for that... I am however enjoying my time at home in @australia with family and friends 👥 I have also been out so much with the camera capturing many incredible images that will make your heads spin. See my page suggestion ⬇️ to see the feed of one of the most keen Sydney based togs I have ever met... His the biggest reason why I am getting out so much. Thanks for the motivation mano 👍🏽
Oh and this image that I have posted tonight is from that time I visited @visit.dubai 🖤
@sonyalpha a7ii, 21mm, f/8, 13s, ISO200
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A time to remember ~ Moke Lake, New Zealand.@imf_inmyfocus | #imf_inmyfocus for more Amazing 📷📷
Photo: @nick_crarer | Beautiful Sunset!
Thank you @tas@tas@taskonaklarhotelcappadocia for this amazing trip ✈️❤️ This is my first travel collaboration and i am very happy of how it turned out. I truly achieved a milestone because it was one of my goals to do a travel collab ever since i started my Instagram account back when I was 13 and i used to scroll in my feed in class wondering how some bloggers can get to travel for free. I am not saying that i reached their level yet, but i am truly gaining more and more experience trough my collaborations and hope to get more travel collaborations soon. I hope that 2018 will be my year. Cheers to more travel collabs !🍻Thank you again @taskonaklarhotelcappadocia for this wonderful experience. #JOYTASSIDISXTASKONAKLAR#JOYTASSIDISXCAPPADOCIA#FIRSTTRAVELCOLLABORATION @taskonaklarhotelcappadocia
On September 22, 1999, I arrived at Auckland airport after driving & hitching 36 hours from Wanaka. My future wife was flying to California to study, and I had a photo book for her - a photographer’s version of a mix tape I guess.
I’d made my mate Drama come with me for moral support, and I was too nervous to say much. But I was there. This is the beginning of our story.
The Cape Reinga/Te Rerenga Wairua is the northernmost tip of the North Island of New Zealand. At this point, you can see the barrier between the Tasman Sea (light blue) and the Pacific Ocean (dark blue). Both of these ocean's meet but do not mix at any time. Beautiful place!! ✔🌏🌊🇳🇿
One thing I love about landscape photography is that the conditions are different every time you go out. For example, when you drive for hours to the Lone Cypress at 17 Mile Drive at Pebble Beach. You get there you find that the conditions suck. Are you going to get creative and shoot or give up and not. I personally shoot anyway especially when I have the A7RIII which gives me greater flexibility to take great shots in any situation. I had to shoot straight at the sun on this one. #Sony#alphacollective#sonyalpha
Another absolute scorcher! If you’re headed this way remember to slip slap slop 💦 and find one of the many amazing lakes to swim in. Lake Wakatipu, Moke Lake, Lake Dunstan (here in Cromwell) or Lake Wanaka. Bliss 🏊🏻🌝💫