Settle in with a delightful beverage and watch the world walk on by...
image credit: @playing_in_the_attic
Feels rather odd posting pictures like this when the rest of my Instagram feed is looking very Christmassy and or rather wet and grey! 🎄❄️☀️🏊🏼♂️
Well over due for a road trip to the South West 🌿
First dive back from Mexico and look who I found - this baby Doubleheader Wrasse! They start out with a black/white spotted pattern, then the spots turn to squiggly lines, then it all fades to a radiant blue/grey and they form a bulbous hump above their eyes - cool huh?!
#doubleheader #wrasse #wrassewednesday
Painting is just another way of keeping a diary..
My work this year seems to heavy reflect what's happening with me personally.. maybe it's always been like that..
Noncerria from Sabu now in Sydney.
Sweet corrugated number from yesterday and today☝️
So we picked up our next guest in Betty yesterday morning- our sister Liz, the OG Betty!!
Adelaide has put on a lovely warm welcome for her with the crazy wind and rain, but that’s totally ok because we’re happy to be giving the local cinema a run for its money. 😂
Thank you everyone so much for the crazy amount of support we received yesterday when launching our merch collection, it means so much to us!
proves that the early bird gets the best photo
Playing with lights at Moomba. There are plenty of ways to get completely different feels with a simple Ferris wheel. This one was a mix of extended exposure and zooming at the same time. You never get the same picture twice.
Goku or Jimmy Neutron? Either way, looks like I’ll be seeing you a whole lot sooner than expected @jakeputan. #supersaiyan
Like floating seaweed these Leafy Seadragons are masters of disguise and one of the beauties of our Australian waters. Shot at Rapid Bay, South Australia
#padi #scubadiving #seadragon
This little dude was hanging out with us under the tray on the ute trying to hitch a ride the other day
The iconic Jacobs ladder located in Ben Lomond National Park, I have wanted to get a shot of this place for years and it finally happened a few months ago whilst I was up there one afternoon, I shot this on my 17-40 lens, I simply couldn’t fit it in when I was using my 24-70, the wide angle does wonders to many scenes of shot previously.