Tag Archives: Travel Photography



Cramond is a seaside village located to the north-west of Edinburgh, where the River Almond enters the Firth of Forth. Cramond has a long history, with evidence of Mesolithic, Bronze Age and Roman Settlements found in the area. On a personal level, Cramond has great … Read More

Berwick upon Tweed


We stopped off in Berwick on our way to Edinburgh, and on another day the shots would have been much more vibrant and interesting – boo for flat, grey light! This is a shot of the Royal Border Bridge, whose 28 arches were built under … Read More



My only foreign holiday of the year (sob!), is a girly mini-break to Madrid with my mum and two sisters. They are certainly not as patient as my Other Half at waiting about for me to get the perfect shot (there are restaurants and bars … Read More

Yorkshire Day

Yorkshire Day

My fiancee and I have had a mini-break, staying in York for two nights. On the way home, we took a (slight!) detour and visited the seaside town of Filey for a stroll along the front, a brief gambling spate in the arcade (we won … Read More

London 2010

The British Museum

A girly weekend away in London to watch Dirty Dancing – The Musical. I didn’t take a camera with me, but I did have my iPhone and used it to snap this of the British Museum’s iconic roof during a bit of sightseeing. See more … Read More

Sydney 2009


My second trip to Sydney in as many years, but this time I was armed with my DSLR & Gorillapod to enable me to take some decent-ish night shots. This is, of course, the Sydney Opera House taken from across Circular Quay. More photos from … Read More

Cape Hillsborough 2009Hillsborough

Cape Hillsborough

Our final stop in Queensland was Cape Hillsborough. We didn’t spend long here as we were en route to the airport, but the beach was lovely – and we had it almost completely to ourselves. We didn’t see any ‘roos on the sand itself, but … Read More

Whitehaven 2009

Whitsunday Islands

We stopped off at the idyllic Whitehaven Beach for a few hours during our day-cruise of the Whitsunday Islands. The whole area is just stunningly beautiful and I could easily spend the rest of my life here! The wildlife is also pretty special – I … Read More

Fraser Island 2009

Fraser Island

Our two nights camping in the jungle on Fraser Island were an “experience” for sure, but we definitely went back-to-nature – from the huge Goanna that joined me for a shower, the huge Jellyfish washed up along the shore, the Dingoes prowling around our campsite … Read More

Tin Can Bay 2009

Tin Can Bay

From Maroochydore, we headed to Rainbow Beach and, although the plan had been to camp again, we ended up in an air-conditioned villa with a sea-view (can you tell the girls took control?!). We visited the nearby Tin Can Bay early one morning to hand-feed … Read More