Muriwai Beach and Ganet Colony

These images were taken over three separate visits. Muriwai is fast becoming one of my favourite places to take photo’s, and as it’s only down the road I can see many more visits… Continue reading

Hunua Falls

Hunua Falls is a 30 metre waterfall in the Hunua Ranges regional park. For the full story of this image please see its original post on my new site here: Hunua Falls

Auckland Harbour Bridge

The Auckland Harbour Bridge just after sunset. This is a not often seen view of the harbour bridge. Usually this side of the bridge is shot from further away in Little Shoal Bay. For… Continue reading

Omeru Falls and new site!

Those of you that have been following my blog for a while know that my wife and I returned to New Zealand a few months back having been living in the UK and… Continue reading

The Petronas Towers at Night – Kuala Lumpur

I mentioned a few posts ago that I probably wouldn’t be doing any more night time city shots, I guess I lied! The Petronas Towers are a pair of Sky Scrapers in Kuala… Continue reading

Angkor Wat – Cambodia

I thought I’d give Angkor Wat its own post as it’s a pretty special place. We did the most touristy thing we could and went to watch the sun rise to get ‘that’… Continue reading

The Temples of Angkor

So this post is a tad overdue… The temples of Angkor near Siem Reap in Cambodia really are a must visit if you ever find yourself in Cambodia. It was everything you could… Continue reading

The Killing Fields of Choeung Ek and The Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum – Cambodia

Usually travelling involves seeing neat things, meeting cool people and experiencing other cultures. But every now and then you visit a site (or in this case sites) that has none of the aforementioned… Continue reading

The Royal Palace – Phnom Penh – Cambodia

We managed to get into the Royal Palace on our second attempt. Who knew it closed for lunch? Conveniently on our second attempt that afternoon the sun decided to shine. There were lots… Continue reading

Hoi An – Vietnam

Hoi An was probably our favourite place in Vietnam, if not our favourite in South East Asia all together. Even the eminent arrival of Typhoon Haiyan couldn’t dampen our spirits (thankfully she just swung… Continue reading