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

In the big smoke. Miss my country.

I am quoting Bill Neidjie again; writing about his country and why he loves the bush in his book ‘Story about Feeling’ he says: “We like white man alright. We … Read More

Clouds I could touch

Foggy conditions are magic for landscape photographers; hard to predict but when you’re lucky enough to catch it in just the right place and with just the right place you … 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

With my head in the clouds

I tell ya it’s not easy getting any photography done with all these UEFA EURO 2008 footy matches on every night! Nothing can stop me though when the light looks … 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

Chasing and photographing a Snow Storm

A scene from the life of a stormchaser / photographer… “Did you catch anything today? by the way why are you soaking wet?” “I caught myself a storm, about thiiiiiiiiis … Read More

My Copenhagen – Mit København

I love living in Copenhagen (København to use the actual name), it is a beautiful and amazing multi-cultural city. As much as I am obsessed with Australia I think being … 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

Panorama view for me – part II

As a followup to my previous post on panoramas, I shot this in Copenhagen last Saturday. This is stitched in PTgui from 9 handheld vertical shots – click to see … Read More

The light at dusk

Not only is it a cool word – dusk! – it is also a fantastic time for photography. For about 20-30 minutes after sunset the light is otherwordly and magical … Read More

Did I write "summer days" ?

In my previous post from last week I mentioned the lovely Northern Summer Days…well presently it’s bloody raining half the time! Had to work today, managed to get super wet … Read More