Anawhata Archway(11/11/2006)-This is natural archway found on Anawhata beach near Piha. In the distance another natural sea pillar rises.
11 months absence from photography(10/19/2006)-Yep thats right. Ok, i did do a wedding shoot in February (don’t even think about asking me about that!) but I haven’t done any of ‘my kind’ of photography for 11 months. So its perfectly fitting that I return to Port Waikato to take some pics – the last place I took ‘my kind […]
You live in New Zealand, why do you photograph rubbish?(10/19/2006)-Here’s your answer: because I want to. Yes, as you can imagine, this is the formost question I get all the time from email and the such. Yes there countless beautiful landscapes here. Indeed, there are also countless numbers of incredible New Zealand nature photographers. If you want New Zealand photographers who do pure landscape […]
The blog is back!(10/19/2006)-My photoblog – which I took offline at the beginning 2006 – is now back thanks to WordPress! For those following – my previous blog was spammed to do death by a cornicopia of porn, get rich quick, search engine optimisation and hotelier ads. I chose wordpress because supposedly it has some great spam blocking […]
A few photos from the wastebin(5/27/2006)-I found few old photos from the south island in my photobucket account and I thought – what the heck- I haven’t posted any of my work here for ages so I’ll chuck it on here. Definately not my best work though. Radioactive Cabbage tree post processing didn’t go quite right here more radioactive cabbage […]
Did Mercury Energy get possessed by the Devil?(11/14/2005)-For those of you who don’t know, Mercury Energy is a major Power company here in NZ. I got a strange automated call about a half ago informing me that I hadn’t payed bill – which is strange because my bill is on Autopayment. Like good lad, I immediately ring up Mercury Folks at Mercury […]
Best New Zealand Film (ever) – Kaikohe Demolition(10/16/2005)-Yeah, so movies are filmed in New Zealand (the piano, LOTR, Silvia, Last Samurai) but until now I have never seen a movie that truly captures what New Zealand is about. You gotta check out this doco called ‘Kaikohe Demolition ‘. I laughed till i almost cried (in a very good way, mind you). Its […]