Landscape

Overland.

In January this year I hiked the Overland Track in Tasmania, Australia with Susie, Mardi & Thomas. We took 7 days, camping & hutting.
It is a crazy beautiful hike and I recommend it to anyone & everyone. It was the closest I’ve ever felt to being in a place untouched by humans.
Captivating beauty anywhere you look at all times. Zero impact policy meant no rubbish bins anywhere. You take out everything you take in – food scraps, wrappers etc. – No hair products / shower products to be used anywhere. Baby wipes only if need be, then pack your used ones and take them
with you. DO NOT STEP OFF THE PATH. Need to shit? get out your shovel. Follow guidelines for correct depth of hole – All worth it when you look around and all you can see is nature how it should be.

This is a selection of some of my 35mm photographs taken on a Zeiss Ikon along the way.

Overland Track - Tasmania, Australia.

Overland Track - Tasmania, Australia.

Overland Track - Tasmania, Australia.

Overland Track - Tasmania, Australia

Overland Track - Tasmania, Australia.

Overland Track - Tasmania, Australia.

Overland Track - Tasmania, Australia.

Overland Track - Tasmania, Australia

Overland Track - Tasmania, Australia

Overland Track - Tasmania, Australia

Overland Track - Tasmania, Australia

Overland Track - Tasmania, Australia

Overland Track - Tasmania, Australia

Overland Track - Tasmania, Australia

Overland Track - Tasmania, Australia

Overland Track - Tasmania, Australia

Overland Track - Tasmania, Australia

Overland Track - Tasmania, Australia

Overland Track - Tasmania, Australia


Ektabart.

Taken in Hobart, AUS just before Falls Festival 2011.
The city turned on crazy perfect weather.
Some were taken at Mona,
the amazing Art Gallery.

film = Ektachrome
camera = Nikon FM2


Malawi Gold

I traveled to Malawi in Eastern Africa in January this year. It was so astoundingly beautiful without even trying to be.
Easily my favourite country from my travels through Africa so far.

Nkhata Bay


South Africa

I spent some time in the Western Cape in January 2011. It’s easily one of the most naturally beautiful places I’ve ever been.