Storm Chasing in Wyoming

We began the day in Rapid City, South Dakota and drove west through heavy rain, only escaping it hours later. Then in the early evening we chased and caught up … Read More

Cloud catching in the Kimberley

Sometimes I look at the clouds and knowing the science behind the saturated air, I still must wonder like a young child: Where are they made? And how does Mother … Read More

My waterhole Broome

Every wanderer needs a waterhole, an oasis, occasionally. It has been a tumultuous year for this wanderer, exciting and very trying. My plan after Papua New Guinea was always just … Read More

Dreamers of the Day

My words are not flowing today so I shall borrow freely from T.E. Lawrence: Those who dream by night in the dusty recesses of their minds wake in the day … Read More

Grand Canyon Karma

I am not a religious man. I believe in science. I must admit to also becoming a believer in karma despite or perhaps because of the occasional boomerang effect of … Read More

Power of Yosemite National Park

It was almost the visit that never was. I had spent 7 blissful magical days at Death Valley. Next stop was Yosemite but all accommodation was nearly sold out and … Read More

Week of Wonders

It has been a wonderful week of photography and I have been especially lucky with the light and weather. I was at Grand Canyon just as a snow storm hit. … Read More

Days on the road

It is 1.30 am and I find myself in Moab, Utah. And it is probably a bad time for blogging but sleep escapes me tonight. I went to bed at … Read More

Judgment Day

“There’s a storm coming” says the boy. “I know” says Sarah Connor at the end of one of my favourite movies – the sci-fi masterpiece The Terminator. It wasn’t exactly … Read More

Summer Storm in Copenhagen

The month of May brought us some incredibly good Spring weather, 347 hours of sunshine (a new record) and temperatures up to 29,5c degrees. I know, a chilly day in … Read More

Stormchasing in Brisbane

“Everywhere you go – always take the weather with you” goes the classic song from aussie band Crowded House and so far I have done just that. The first day … Read More