Might not be able to deadlift a tin of beans anymore but what I lack in strength I make up for with cooking skills and slightly comedic banter!! Here’s a cheeky pic of last nights fod! The recipe for the chicken is on the next pic!! Feel free to make this bad boy takes about 20 mins and it’s unreal!! Doused in mayo afterwards of course but that doesn’t make for a sexy photo!! #foodporn
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Take a deep breath and just enjoy life.
Princes Pier is one of my favourite spots in Melbourne to watch the sunset and just relax. There’s something about getting out for a walk and enjoying the fresh sea air, plus it’s a gorgeous spot to photograph.
Lost in the Moment 🗺
While making my way down the east coast of Australia I made a stop in Coffs Harbour for some quiet time away from the main tourist trail. And I'm so glad I did! Not only was it beautiful but it was exactly what I was looking for, quiet and peaceful. It was just a normal town with people going about their lives.
One evening I was out exploring and wandered down the spit to Muttonbird Island. At the far end I found this view of the wide open ocean. I ended up sitting there for a couple hours just watching and listening, and despite not actually doing anything, it was a truly enjoyable moment.
What experience has made you lose track of time?
I personally love the moody feels that some shots can give to you. This was processed with snapseed and vscocam to recreate that vibe I wanted to give to this Darling Harbour shot, in Sydney. iPhone SE photography.
Yes, extraordinary places like these do exist in the world!
Today I had one of the best days ever exploring the beautiful wild beaches of Exmouth. I knew it was going to be pretty amazing but I wasn't expecting it to be this wonderful!
I also snorkelled around Ningaloo Reef, swam with a wild turtle and ended the day kitesurfing with the locals 👌🏻
Radiant Skyline Vibes 💜🏙
Can't get much better than a beautiful Sydney dusk, so peaceful watching the colours fade into night 🙏🏼
Canon 5D MkIV + 24-70
6" | f/14 | ISO 100