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Autumn colour of Gostwyck Chapel

Autumn colour of Gostwyck Chapel

11/06/2017

Just a few km’s outside of Uralla would have to be one of the most photographed chapels in the New England region. Set amongst a magnificent avenue of Elm trees is Gostwyck Chapel. The Chapel was built on Gostwyck Station in 1921 in memory of Major Clive Dangar who fought in World War 1 and […]

Explore California’s most infamous ghost town

Explore California’s most infamous ghost town

19/01/2017

At its peak Bodie bustled with over 12,000 residents who came in search of gold. But by 1940 just 3 residents remained and soon they too would leave. Bodie sits within the picturesque Mono County, just east of the Sierra Nevada Mountain range.  It’s a 5 hour drive east from San Francisco or 6 hours north […]

A Photographic Journey of Alaska: Part 9 Homer and the road back to Anchorage

A Photographic Journey of Alaska: Part 9 Homer and the road back to Anchorage

12/12/2016

Next it was off to Homer, the Halibut fishing capital of the world.  Along the way we were treated to more spectacular landscapes and what should have been a 2 ½ hour drive ended up taking most of the day. Homer has a population of just over 5000 people and it’s position on the Kachemack Bay […]

A Photographic Journey of Alaska: Part 8 Kenai Fjords National Park

A Photographic Journey of Alaska: Part 8 Kenai Fjords National Park

11/12/2016

The Kenai Fjords National Park covers an area of just under 670,000 acres, with the majority of the park only accessible by boat. Exit Glacier is the only park of the park that is accessible by road. The park is home to the Harding Icefield which at almost 300 square miles, is one of the […]

A Photographic Journey of Alaska: Part 7 Cordova to Seward

A Photographic Journey of Alaska: Part 7 Cordova to Seward

10/12/2016

When it came time to leave Cordova we boarded the ferry for Whittier and again spent the time photographing the many glaciers along the way. Whittier is truly unique, it is a town where the majority of its residents live in the one 14 storey apartment building which also houses the City offices, the Police Department, […]

A Photographic Journey of Alaska: Part 6 Prince William Sound and Cordova

A Photographic Journey of Alaska: Part 6 Prince William Sound and Cordova

09/12/2016

Cordova is not a town that would be high on the list for tourists who are traveling around Alaska and I suspect the locals are somewhat happy about that. Cordova is a fishing village that is largely isolated with no roads in or out, Cordova is also a hidden gem. The only way in or […]

A Photographic Journey of Alaska: Part 5 Valdez

A Photographic Journey of Alaska: Part 5 Valdez

07/12/2016

Valdez is a fishing port set amongst towering mountains and glaciers. Valdez is also major port for freight destined for the Alaskan interior. With a population of just under 4,000, its renowned for its commercial and recreation fishing, and for photographers, it’s an amazing place to visit. After a quick walk around town and a chat to […]

A Photographic Journey of Alaska: Part 4 The Road to Valdez

A Photographic Journey of Alaska: Part 4 The Road to Valdez

06/12/2016

High on the list of things to see in Alaska was the Aurora Borealis. On the flight from LA to Anchorage, we were fortunate the see the northern lights from the plane. But each night after we left Anchorage, we would look to the night sky for any sign of the northern lights. A handy app called […]

A Photographic Journey of Alaska: Part 3 Denali National Park

A Photographic Journey of Alaska: Part 3 Denali National Park

04/12/2016

Denali National Park is home to Denali, the highest peak in North America. From the late 1800’s to August 2015, Denali was known as Mt McKinley. President Obama renamed the mountain to Denali, which the Koyukon people had called it for centuries. Denali means “great one” and according to the Park Rangers only 30% of people […]

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