Monthly Archives: May 2015


Yashili … early morning

Another early start this morning and down in Pokeno I was quite intrigued by the lights around the new Yashili New Zealand Dairy. I was supposed to be looking the other way for a sunrise, but […]

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A bit of a difference!

I had the opportunity to shoot yet another GORGEOUS home out at Beachlands last night and thought I’d see how the camera on my drone compared with my usual dSLR when the light levels decreased. […]

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It had to happen!

I suppose it was inevitable really. When taking property photos there’s times when my current pole just isn’t long enough. Mind you, as I extend my pole with camera atop it can get a little […]

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60 seconds?

There’s two common questions I get asked. “What type of photography do you do?” and “What is your favourite type of photography?” To answer the first is probably easier to achieve by way of an […]

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Horizontal lines …

Many years ago, when I was about 8 years old, and I started to use a camera, I was given many hints and tips by my uncle. Uncle Herbert was an enthusiastic and very capable […]

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Early start

I’d had this notion of a long exposure shot looking over the Newmarket Viaduct in the early morning. I wasn’t sure what the clouds and light would be like, but I thought I’d have a […]

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Friendly folks …

I’ve already mentioned how much I enjoyed visiting Singapore, but one thing I forgot to mention is how friendly I found the people.  I visited a number of places, both tourist destinations and places off […]

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Fond memories!

Becoming a bit of a distant memory now is the time I spent in Singapore a few weeks ago. I still have very fond memories of the time there and am very keen to visit […]

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Midland Hotel, Morecambe

One of the famous seaside resorts in the UK, Morecambe boasts quite a lovely hotel named after the railway company that served the area, The Midland. Built in 1933 to a design by a young […]

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Up to the Gardens …

Well, this time it’s Auckland’s Botanic Gardens.  Since returning to NZ I’ve taken a fews strolls around the gardens and must say that they really are very good.  Such a variety and so well presented. […]

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