Norway – Day 1 – Molde and the Trollkirka

Immediately outside Molde airport it looked like they had put on an airshow for my arrival, as a stunt pilot in a biplane did loops, barrel roles and smoke trails. Shortly after that Ben and Julia arrived in the T3. They said “we’ve just passed this hike we want to do, if you’re not tooContinue reading “Norway – Day 1 – Molde and the Trollkirka”

Tiger Spotting in Ranthambore National Park, India

Time for Tigers… After some searching our truck started to head out of our area back towards the main gate to the park. On the way back, something orange caught the corner of my eye. In the distance, under a tree down by the lake, I could definitely see something orange and stripey. I calledContinue reading “Tiger Spotting in Ranthambore National Park, India”

Bringing in the Nets

As we sat on a Goan beach on our honeymoon, the sunset neared the horizon. There upon the shore was a scene unfolding in front of us. The crew of the fishing boat “Jesus Christ” was preparing it’s nets for the next early morning fishing trip. There was nothing in the world pressing my brain,Continue reading “Bringing in the Nets”

Travel Portrait Tips

I’ve always marveled at the wonderful travel portraits that photographers bring back from their travels. Whether it be family and friends showing me their photos from holiday, or a shot on the cover of a travel magazine, there’s always a certain charm that makes a great travel portrait. On a recent trip to India withContinue reading “Travel Portrait Tips”

The Temples of Angkor

The Temples of Angkor Itineraries The temples of Angkor are truly an outstanding trip back in time to an ancient Kingdom. If you are thinking you only have one day to spare on your trip and is it worth it? Yes, it’s worth it! Ideally you’d opt for a bit more time, but don’t missContinue reading “The Temples of Angkor”

Travel portrait – Mr Bishnoi

I met this man, Mr Bishnoi, while on a recent tour through Rajasthan. Mr Bishnoi lives in the north west of the region where Opium formed a huge part of their local history, both through trade and personal use. Mr Bishnoi was kind enough to conduct an Opium Ceremony, which are still culturally acceptable withinContinue reading “Travel portrait – Mr Bishnoi”