In the 1970s, when I was a teenager, my father was sent from the UK to manage the South African … Continue reading Return To Cape Town
The question on everyone’s lips these days is: “Will Rio be ready?” After our visit there in May, I found … Continue reading Ready For Rio?
Very pleased to have this image selected for the cover of New Zealand Geographic, one of my favourite magazines. The … Continue reading New Zealand Geographic Cover
Flashback, a pre-selfie pic by Anah Dunsheath is made out of layers of stainless steel and pretty much speaks for … Continue reading Flashback, a pre-selfie pic
Jack Marsden Mayer’s Humpback Whale is made entirely from driftwood (on a steel frame) which he collects from beaches near … Continue reading Humpback Whale
Richard Wedekind is one of the most original artists at Sculpture OnShore, and his Quarter-acre Weatherboard Paradise is one of his most clever … Continue reading Quarter-acre Weatherboard Paradise
I’ve been experimenting with long exposure photography. By that I mean anything with an exposure time of more than about … Continue reading Stop That Light!!
The west coast of Auckland, in and around the Waitakere Ranges, is a wild and rugged place quite unlike any … Continue reading West Coast Wanderings
There was no alternative but to rise with the sun. That way the photographs would be more interesting, it would … Continue reading Cathedral Cove
In 2005 I attended the 10th anniversary of the devastating Mt Souffriere volcanic eruption on the Caribbean island of Montserrat. … Continue reading Among the Volcanoes