Monthly Archives: September 2009

Tomorrow I’m heading to Japan for three weeks (and to Russia for a week). I’m flying from Sydney to Vladivostok (Russia) changing planes in Singapore and Seoul. Then after a week in Russia I’m flying back to Seoul and then straight to Osaka. Planning to visit Osaka, Okayama, Hiroshima, Miyajima, Iwakuni, Kumamoto, Himeji, Meoto-Iwa, Nagoya, […]

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Dangar Falls are located about 1.2 km north of Dorrigo, on the Bielsdown River. The falls are small but picturesque, and are a popular photographic subject, but the only one place to get good view is a small platform with really high rails. You can have a walk down to the river but with high […]

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I like the view of layered mountains ridges compressed with long telephoto lenses. The top photo was made at sunset on the top of Mount Wellington, Tasmania. The bottom one was made in Mt.Buffalo National Park, Victoria, Australia.

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Another shot of cascades on Eurobin Creek that I made on my recent trip to Mount Buffalo National Park in Victoria. (previous photo from the same place) Because of the recent heavy rains all waterfalls were really powerful. Heavy clouds were just perfect for such photos. Spent about 2 hours on that place shooting from […]

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I’m often asked by people who are travelling to Sydney what to photograph there, what are Sydney’s best sunrise and sunset locations. So I’ve decided to write down some notes about shooting Sydney and about best photography spots. For Sydney skyline to be precisely. It’s not a comprehensive Sydney city photography guide but it will […]

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