Saturday, 26 October 2013

Our Place

This is for all of you who have heard endlessly about the property Mick and I have recently bought down in Northern NSW. Its a 5 acre property with enough 'projects' to keep us busy for quite some time. There is a macademia farm across the road, and the house looks across the hills to Byron Bay. It is blissfully quiet, and there are kangaroos and koalas on the property, as well as quite a few mature fruit trees. In short, its bliss. 

As a photographer, I can't wait to get out and about and explore the area properly. All good things come to those who wait, right?

Saturday, 24 August 2013

Henry and George

As you can probably see, Henry and George never, EVER sit still; they are also the best of mates. And what's not to love about a boy in a spiderman suit?

Tuesday, 30 April 2013

The Meyer Family - New Addition!

I had such a beautiful morning with the Meyers the other day. I have known Emma for almost 20 years, and have watched her family grow over the years. The thing I noticed the most was just how happy they are, and its evident how much they like hanging out together. I hope these photos reflect that. Elsie is a VERY new addition; just two weeks old and still adjusting to her new world. Such a privilege to meet her and also photograph. So, this year, I've photographed my first wedding, and now my first newborn. It makes me happy.

Sunday, 21 April 2013

In Enemy Territory

While we had the chance, Mick and I took a very quick trip down to 'enemy territory', otherwise known as NSW. We desperately needed to just sit and have a bit of thinking time and clear heads. Wooli is one of those coastal villages, that is still stuck in the 50's. There are no restaurants (I'm not including Harry's chinese at the Bowls Club), no bars, no shops. Just a river and a beach. I wonder how many of them are left? Even the 'grocery store' was limited to a lettuce, 5 tomatoes, two carrots and some onions in the veggie section. No fancy houses here.I loved it. For $60 a night, we had a house 10m from the beach.

I did struggle a bit with taking photos. I've taken so many portraits lately, I've forgotten how to take landscape shots. But such as they are - here you go.