This place is kind of on topic of our latest @projectrawcast episode regarding environmental degradation caused by social media. Belmore Falls has lots of great images of it and it has become a popular place for jerks to leave beer bottles and other rubbish. Way to go, jerks! You're so cool
Sunrise on the Sapphire Coast. An old photo but brought back to life in my down time. I haven't been out taking photos much, or at all, in the past couple of months but it's given me time to look back at some moments that went by so quickly but left a lasting impression.
I've travelled quite a bit this year. I've seen lots of Australia, been over to New Zealand, spent a week in New York and a month in Madagascar.
But I still find the Victorian coastline to be one of my favourite places to photograph and a place that I keep coming back to. Maybe I'm biased because it's so close to home. It is pretty special though.
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I've been wanting to post this for a while. It took hours just to get all the exposures and combining them in post really put a strain on Photoshop. It was the one shot I wanted to get when I visited here months ago and have just been sitting on it for a while. I guess I've been busy with other things. I hope you've enjoyed this riveting recount of my apparent indifference to this image . Enjoy!
Flying over Manhattan with @flynyon was a dream come true. The ultimate metropolis that is New York looks absolutely stunning from above. I spent a lot of time smiling up at the buildings while walking the streets, but from a helicopter, I felt like the buildings were smiling up at me
The next episode of @projectrawcast has been recorded and should be released tomorrow. We listened to you this episode and answer your photography questions!
I've still got lots of shots from Madagascar but NY was calling