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Finally I have received a few author’s copies of a book “The World through the eyes of a blogger” where I wrote a chapter about Australian outback. As a travel photographer I’ve got photos published in books, booklets, magazines etc. I also have a couple of articles published in local magazines, but this time it’s […]

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Made this shot yesterday at North Brother mountain on the way back home after camping at Diamond Head. There were about 15 paragliders in the sky at the same time flying over Laurieton. There are two versions of why the mountains in Dooragan National Park are named “brothers”. The first one leads to Captain James […]

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Hanging Rock is a huge sandstone rock over 100m high near Baltzer Lookout, that has become detached from the main cliff. It has featured in many calendars and climbing photos, and was also the site of the main climbing scene in “The Edge” movie. To get this picture I had to do a bushwalk at […]

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This abandoned farmhouse was first photographed by famous Australian landscape photographer Ken Duncan. After that a lot of photographers go on their pilgrimage to that place. It's located 3 km north of Burra, on the Barrier Highway, just next to the road. The best time for photographing it is the second part of the day […]

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Northern Tien-Shan, Almaty, Kazakhstan. Roughly 3000m above sea level. From my film archive. Shot long time ago with my Contax (I still love it!) and 16mm fish-eye on color negative film. Color negative film is like a roll of plastic film on a spool with light-sensitive layer that people put into old photo cameras instead […]

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