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Sunday Snapshot: A Desert Sunset

The desert produces some of the most spectacular sunsets I’ve ever seen. During a recent trip to Abu Dhabi I went on an afternoon desert safari. After an hour of dune bashing in a fully kitted out four-wheel drive we stopped to (attempt) climbing a very high dune to watch the sunset. Foundering in the […]

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Bondi to Bronte: Sculptures by the Sea

No trip to Sydney is complete without tackling the Bondi to Bronte walk. And by tackling I mean; be prepared to dodge the masses of other people you’ll be guaranteed to encounter. The walkway is a popular spot for the locals out jogging or walking their dogs and can get quite narrow in some spots. But […]

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Sunday Snapshot: An Unexpected Muse

 This weeks Sunday Snapshot is a photograph of a lone seagull gliding past the Brighton Wheel at dusk. I’d like to say that I intentionally set up this shot to perfectly capture the seagull flying past, but really I was just clicking away and happened to capture the gull at the right moment. I didn’t […]

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Laneways: the Lifeblood of Melbourne

If the Bourke Street Mall is the heart of Melbourne, then the laneways and arcades are the arteries and veins that carry lifeblood throughout the city. Melbourne’s laneways are synonymous with the city’s reputation for arts and culture. From random characteristic street art to mysterious local drinking holes (bars), there is so much to discover […]

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Sunday Snapshot: Melbourne’s Chinatown Precinct

Almost every Australian city has a Chinatown. Melbourne’s Chinatown is by far the most exciting. Centred around Little Bourke Street, this precinct features some of Melbourne famous laneways. It’s a hive of activity during the day and turns out some pretty interesting street entertainment at night. With red lantern lined streets, delicious yum cha and cheap […]

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Visual Journey: Balinese Temples

Many know Bali for the surfing, party lifestyle and nightlife of Kuta. I personally was relieved to discover Bali has a very strong cultural and religious side, with Hinduism being the predominant religion on the island. Bali is also known for being “the land of a thousand temples”. There are so many, it would take too […]

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Sunday Snapshot: Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque

After a long cab ride in searing heat and feeling extremely jet lagged from a fourteen hour flight, we pulled up in front of the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque only to find its grandeur blanketed in a cloud of mist. As we approached the mosque the intricate marble mosaic courtyard, gold encrusted columns and Swarovski […]

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