Why did the elephants cross the train tracks? It’s not a joke, I actually don’t know the answer. I was out and about on a safari drive in Hwange National Park when our guide saw a huge herd of elephants heading for the train tracks. He predicted thCamelthorn Lodge, Imvelo Safari Lodges.
Looks like I’m doing a series within a series with another shot from Zimbabwe! This is number 8 in my top 12 shots of 2018, and it’s the Victoria Falls! I can’t wait to get back here in a few weeks! Settings below _________________________________Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
This is post number 7 in my 12 part series of top posts for last year. As I say, better late than never. Haha. As many of you know, last year I went to Zimbabwe in February to do a complete run through of my planned itinerary for running tours. I neeWild Is Life
@elissasursara So cute I could cry. Okay I’ll cry 😭
This picture was a complete surprise to me! I was in Tasmania on an actual holiday with Dreamboat! As in, I didn’t even have to take photos but of course I wanted to because ... photos rock! I was on the West Coast doing the new Gordon River Cruise.Gordon River Cruises
@siddharthajoshi Dreamy ❤️
@youngadventuress Wow that makes me so happy!
This is a really fitting image to post tonight as thunder and lighting storms tear across the Gold Coast. ️️ You’ll see that a number of my top 12 images from 2018 were shot in Zimbabwe, this is the first one I’m sharing. I’m SUPER excited to be headMasuwe Lodge, Victoria Falls
I’m sure that most of you probably won’t even remember this shot, taken last year in Slovenia on an actual holiday! It made it to my 2018 TOP 12 because it was such a fun and unexpected adventure. Dreamboat and I got talking to a couple of locals andSlovenia
As many of you know, visiting Borneo last year was a life changing experience for me. I had the absolute privilege of working with the Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation and the work was absolutely heartbreaking. And yet, it gave me the opportunityBorneo Orangutan Survival
Continuing on with my 2018 countdown of top posts, it’s better late than never! I’ve actually just finished editing all my photos from Namibia and have a lot more to share with you, however this was a fave with I posted it and well received so I wanKulala Desert Lodge
I know it’s literally March but there was no way I was going to skip my annual round up of my favourite shots from the previous year. I’m doing a series of 12 with settings, gear and field notes. Let me know what you think, and feel free to save. ️ _Table Cape Tulip Farm
Happy International Women’s Day 2019! I’m a little late, and I almost let it slide again this year, but I actually have something to say... I’m incredibly lucky that I am in the position to work with some truly inspirational women. This year in partiGold Coast, Queensland
@youngadventuress You’re amazing and I’m so thankful you’re in my life!
It’s my last Sculpture by the Sea Post! I’m sad! I actually took a lot of pictures this year so I’m thinking I need to do a Steller story or FB album or something ... 🤔. In the meantime, this is my actual favourite shot from my time in Cottesloe. It’Sculpture by the Sea
More Sculpture goodness, this is “Thoughts of Pinocchio” by Bongsoo Kim and it was easily one of my favourite pieces. Although sunset at Cottesloe is awesome, sunset over the ocean = , I also loved the early morning light and lighter crowds at sunrisSculpture by the Sea
@thekangaroosanctuary Wish I was there! Would love to see it one year