Here we have the Sifaka Lemur practising the legendary Kamehameha technique.
While searching for Dragon Balls, Lemurs can be known for their aggressive behaviour and consume large amounts of Japanese anime.
It doesn't get much more iconic Madagascan than the Avenue of Baobabs. These trees are such a symbol of the country and it's amazing to see ones so large. Before getting to this location I'd be excited if I saw ONE of these trees in the distance.
If it isn't already, put this spot on your bucket list of places to see in the world.
I want to say thank you to the awesome guys at madagascar-tour-guide.com
They looked after us so well and made an itinerary that fitted our needs. If you're looking to do a trip to Madagascar, check them out.
I've returned home from Madagascar with memories that will last a lifetime and memory cards that will take me a lifetime to go through.
I had concerns about the plague situation in Madagascar before going there but it turns out there was very little to worry about for travellers. The country is not very well developed and will all countries like that, being careful with what you eat and maintaining good hygiene keeps you healthy. Even the WHO website suggests avoiding flea bites, dead animals, and people infected with the disease. These are things I'm use to avoiding so it wasn't that difficult. The people are super friendly, proud and hard working. I'm humbled by how well we were treated as guests in the country and wish I could have given them more.
My IG feed might turn into a mix of Landscape, Travel and Wildlife photography for a little while. I hope you enjoy Madagascar through my eyes.
I've only been in Madagascar a week now and I've already fallen in love with the landscape. The earthy red tones of the hills with patches of vibrant greens from the rice fields. The long drives between our destinations allows us to see villages and towns and the colourful and friendly locals. I can't wait to see more!
How was your weekend?
I'm in Mauritius now waiting for my short flight to Anatananarivo to start my Madagascar adventure.
This shot is from a gorgeous morning on one of our @projectrawcast Great Ocean Road workshops. Check out 2018 dates at:
A different angle on the 12 Apostles. I don't think anyone is waving at me from the lookout between the stacks. Can you make out any people? Would you want to be one of those people? Check out the new @projectrawcast workshops dates for 2018
Have you got your copy of my 2018 Melbourne calendar? It features some of my favourite home town shots like this one of Spencer St Bridge and the Exhibition Building.
Follow the link in my bio to grab one now!
Quite possibly my favourite image from New York. The view from Dumbo, Brooklyn looking back at Manhattan is amazing. And when you get a sunset like this... Please listen to and spread the word of the latest @projectrawcast episode "Bullying in Photography". Bullying and harassment need to stop and it's terrible that something like photography, that is open to anyone, is not immune to it.
Home now from a very busy few weeks. And next week I'm off to Madagascar! Make sure you listen to this weeks @projectrawcast episode as it is ONE YEAR since we started the podcast! This episode will be special!
Here is a shot of Marriners Falls from the weekends epic Great Ocean Road workshop. I think that was the most I've seen of the coastline in such a short time!
I've had a blast in New York and besides all the amazing sights, it's walking around the streets and feeling like a part of the city that I've loved. Being surrounded by so many people and tall buildings makes me feel the same as I would in a lush forest with no one around. I can't explain it, maybe I'm just crazy.
But now that I've spent a week walking the streets and riding the metro, it's time to see it all from the air with @nyonair
I can't express how awesome New York is. I've had a smile on my face ever since I arrived. Even the mostly terrible coffee doesn't get me down. Hopefully I won't go on and on about New York when we record the next @projectrawcast episode in a couple of weeks. Have you listened to the latest episode?
Belmore Falls in NSW. As beautiful and magical as this place is, it's wonder is dampened by the amount of rubbish people leave behind here. So many plastic bottles and food wrappers. In any park or natural environment, bring your rubbish out with you to dispose of it correctly.
Taken with a @nisifiltersaustralia Landscape CPL to remove glare, then without it to get the reflection back in the water. 2 exposure blend. The amount of colour the polariser brings back is amazing, a must have for waterfall shots.