Are you around Sydney/Cronulla on Friday afternoon? If so, come say hello!
From 4:30pm at Dunningham Park, Cronulla, I’ll be joining IG-forces with some of Australia’s top instagrammers to spread some IG love with @visittheshire.
This is an awesome opportunity to mingle with and pick the brains of fellow of IGers (not literally, that just gets messy) including @laurenepbath, @paulyvella and @william_patino to name a few, and share some photographic tips - DSLR, mobile, GoPro or whatever you use.
Thanks to fantastic local IGer @sutto007 for his great pic above (and he’ll be at the meet too).
Looking forward to seeing you there ☺️ #lovetheshire
Mt Wellington, the 1,270m towering backdrop over the city of #Hobart, is awesome in all weather and light.
I’m looking forward to winter, as I’m excited for more snowy adventures just minutes from the city. But for now, I’ll settle for these early-autumn evenings, with their gorgeous hues and tones.
From Howrah Beach, taken using iPhone 5s #avgcampro and #ProHDR. Love a little #longexposure goodness. (at Howrah Beach)
We mightn’t be able to reach the stars, but that’s no reason not to point towards them whilst balancing on an abandoned railway line, and wandering into the sunset.
That’s @1magemaker Relz being awesome.
There’s something soothing about #slowmotion water movement.
This isn’t a waterfall, despite how it appears. It is the water from a wave rushing back down a rocky ledge and to the sea where it came from - waves can be just as beautiful as they return, as they were crashing to shore.
#lovethywalrus_video (at Howrah Bluff Track)
Whilst wandering the plains of #narawntapu National Park in northern @tasmania, I snapped this shot of a lovely young lady in a moment of joyful bliss as she quietly got closer to a mum and baby #wombat - in the wild.
I showed her the photo, and found out her name was Britt. And, much to my excitement, Britt is Canadian. Swoon.
Hailing from Toronto, we talked for a while and then discovered both of us had spent time in Quebec - and both had fallen in love with the enchanting region of Charlevoix, where I was playing in the snow last month.
Sometimes our encounters with people are so randomly awesome - don’t be afraid to tell people, and even better, share it, if you got a nice photo of them. You may just make their day.
Britt isn’t on IG, but she knows that’s where this was heading ☺️ What an amazing, beautiful experience she was fortunate to have. Best part? You can too - you’ve just got to come to Tassie first 😜
Narawntapu National Park, in northern @tasmania, is the best place to see wombats in the wild - and sometimes, you’ll find little baby ones. Awwwww
Filmed on iPhone 5s. #narawntapu #wombat #lovethywalrus_video
@lifecatchme makes a cameo appearance too. With @kathflem out of shot
The sun was being all sorts of awesome over @Tasmania yesterday - it was warm, bright and then just before it set, we got this glowing ball of epic.
I was at #Narawntapu National Park on the island north coast with @lifecatchme and @kathflem - and dozens of kangaroos, wallabies and wombats. It’s by far the best place in Tasmania to see wombats in the wild.
Nikon D5100 photo - iPhone was busy videoing critters 😜