I’m very excited to be traveling to South America for the first time in May. Sydney to Peru via Santiago, Chile. Continue reading
Driving through Tasmania we couldn’t help but Ooh! and Aah! at least once or twice every day at the scenery in front of us. To say Tasmania is beautiful is an understatement. The Tasmanian environment is stunning, a real landscape photography paradise. Continue reading
Driving up to Mount Wellington lookout I keep thinking to myself “Why haven’t I been here before?” This place is beautiful. On par with Canada, Nepal and any other stunning place I’ve visited. Continue reading
I finally bit the bullet and had a go at developing black and white film. Unfortunately my first try resulted in every mistake possible. Thankfully I was able to recover some of the ruined frames and on the whole I am super pleased with the results. I managed to get a Contax G2 Rangefinder camera just a few days before I left for the trip so I was shooting completely blind to the end result but credit to the mighty reputation this camera has – Every frame came out beautifully. Continue reading
It may be due to us staying in a university area but Montreal girls are outstanding. Fit and stylish, they’ve got my vote! …. Sorry no pics Continue reading
We spent a magical week in the Canadian Rockies between Banff and Jasper. It is one of the most beautiful places I’ve been lucky enough to visit. There were so many spectacular mountains and lakes, wild animal sightings and stunning sunsets. The only downside was a lot of the activities had shut for the season a few days before we arrived. Doh! Continue reading
We left Jasper at 8.30 am and found ourselves winding along a narrow and icy road towards Mount Edith Cavell. As we slowly wound up into the mountains the landscape became whiter and the temperature dropped to 1 degree c. We were the first people to the mountain and the path to the Angel Glacier was covered in a perfect layer of snow. The only signs of activity were some squirrel and Caribou tracks. Continue reading
October 11. My 35th Birthday /sigh
We left Banff at 8.30 and didn’t arrive in Jasper until 4pm. There was so much to see along the way! We first stopped at Lake Louise where it was raining and the wind was cutting right through us. I can only imagine how stunning this place would look on a nice day. Continue reading
Check out the full article here: Pack Light and Travel Happy.
How do you fit a whole trip’s worth of luggage into a small suitcase or backpack? Simple: Bring very little. Whether you’re traveling for three weeks or three months, you pack exactly the same.
I must admit, I’ve been guilty of over-packing and on arrival home realise there are items I never even touched. I’m making a conscious effort to pack light on my next trip. Besides, I carry so many electronics/photography items, I need to cut corners somewhere right?