Getting some exercise each day is something I enjoy, and as the sun popped over the horizon, I was rewarded for my early morning effort and looked up to see these two flags dancing on the roof-top. I'm intrigued by the ladder leaning against the house - was it left there because the flags had to come down again in a day...?
The last time I visited this beautiful building would have been from primary school. A delightful evening by the Rotary Club of Caloundra Pacific was organised by Barbara Bailey and hosted by Member for Caloundra, Mark McArdle MP. We were told stories about the history of the building, the ongoing renovations and shown who sat where when parliament was sitting......
The night before leaving to fly to New Zealand, I had to make the big decision of which camera to take on a three day mountain walk through the Fiordland and Mt Aspiring National Parks. Out loud, I asked, 'Ok so decision time. Which camera do I take - the Canon 5D Mark 111 or my 6x6cm film camera?'
Last year, Ross Eason as Australian President of the Australian Institute of Australia, asked would I take his portrait. He wanted some corporate head shots as well as an artistic interpretation. I was very honoured to be asked to create these images, considering how many photographers Ross knows.
From Brisbane, fly to Alice Springs, then drive four hours into the Tanami Desert. It's a big country, and I love exploring it. Currently volunteering at the Warlukurlangu Artists Aboriginal Corporation in the Northern Territory, there's plenty of visual excitement.
Continuing my series of portraits at the Warlukurlangu Artists Aboriginal Corporation in the Northern Territory. Meet Karen, who is fast becoming a collectable artist with her modern take of the Budgerigar Dreaming story.
What a fascinating country we live in - lush coastal areas and reefs, contrasted by large, flat deserts with harsh light, rich red sand with dry creeks and lakes, creating stark salt pans. Central Australia has such a diversity of scenery that it sometimes looks like a moonscape, at other times like delicate lacework.
Triple Road Train With such large distances to cover in Central Australia, cattle is transported via road trains. It is the most efficient way to move large quantities of livestock quickly, ensuring the health of the stock is looked after.