How’s this guy !!! I’ve always thought I just wanted to jump on a polar bear and give them a big hug. I know they are super dangerous and never would but they normally just look like my big Golden Retriever but this guy gave me a look that I will never forget. He was huge and obviously not to impressed that I was taking his photo . Having the time of my life out here in Churchill with @frontiersnorth in @explorecanada
I have been offline for a few days as I was on an expedition with @frontiersnorth out on the tundra around Churchill. It’s been an incredible week over here with @explorecanada and I’m so excited to start sharing what I’ve seen. Canada never fails to impress me for both wildlife and landscape opportunities and has been the pest place by far that I have seen the Northern Lights. Stay tuned for some images and stories from up here in Churchill in the low arctic.
On the road again. I’m loving all the road trips I’m taking out from Winnipeg in @travelmanitoba I took a drive out to check out Whiteshell Provincial Park and all the autumn colours. So beautiful. @explorecanada#explorecanada
Pretty awesome watching the Canada Geese practise for there up coming migration. They land every night all over the place but there’s heaps at Fort Whyte in Winnipeg. They practise there flying patterns and for over an hour the sky is filled with thousands of geese coming in to land. @explorecanada#explorecanada.
Road trips through @travelmanitoba As most of you guys know I love nothing more than hitting the road and exploring places I have never been. The drives out from Winnipeg have been up there with the best and the wildlife in @explorecanada is my favourite. I’ve been lucky enough to have seen a lot of Canada and The opportunities for a wildlife lover are endless. This was on my drive though Riding Mountain National Park where I heard of Bison were all across the road
I made it . I’m currently in @travelmanitoba road tripping around. The colours at the moment are incredible. It’s Fall over here so all the trees are losing there leaves and glow this incredible yellow. I have a few days in Winnipeg and just got home from a quick 700 km lap exploring the area. Nothing like a little drive to get over the jet lag. Can’t wait to show you what I found. @explorecanada#explorecanada
F / 6.3 8 sec and ISO 400. Following on with a few of my favourite lightning shots and the settings I used to get them. Storm season is right around the corner so I thought I would share a few of my favourites. Taken last year at Miami. My little boy Sam was on the trigger and got all the best shots. @inthesea2017
f / 5.6 8 sec. ISO 400. I have a few days to spare before I head off to Canada to photograph the polar bears so I thought as it is coming into storm season at home that I would share a few of my favourite shots and the settings I used to get them. Stay tuned as I go though my favourites and the stories and setting behind the shots. This was taken 5 minutes from my home at Burleigh Heads. This was taken with the @canonaustralia 5DS and 24-70 2.8 lens. At 50 megapixels the resolution is insane.
Flying in to Cathedral Gorge in the Purnululu National Park in the wet season with @helispirit was an incredible opportunity. It’s very hard to see the water flowing here is the run off doesn’t last long and you can’t walk in during the wet season.