Cairns, Australia Every shade of blue from teal to navy appeared beneath me as we flew over the Great Barrier Reef east of Cairns in Queensland, Australia.
Rainforest to Reef – Experience the natural beauty of Queensland, Australia with this guide to the most photogenic outdoor experiences you can have from the Atherton Tablelands to Cape Tribulation.
The sun was shining, snow had fallen on the peaks overnight and the lake was clear and still. Driving to Wilson Bay from Queenstown I was getting so excited by the snow capped mountains lurking above Lake Wakatipu.
Provence Lavender Fields – Valensole Plateau Want to skip through purple fields of lavender as bees buzz happily around you and the warm summer sunshine lights up the sky above?
At the going down of the sun and in the morning. We will remember them. It’s an ode read aloud every April 25th, in commemoration of ANZAC Day and the thousands of soldiers who lost their lives during World War I.
Scotland – The Isle of Lewis and Harris Wind-swept beaches with teal seas rolling onto pearl coloured shores border these islands in the western waters of Scotland.
an attic with crumbling floor boards and cracking walls lay untouched for years in vignacourt, france. Vignacourt, France Coordinates – 50.0123° N, 2.1973° E Sunlight peeked through the cobwebs on occasion, but little did anyone realise that this attic was hiding one of the greatest collections of war photographs yet to be discovered.
The Col de la Bonette Coordinates – 44.3216° N, 6.8069° E I’ll confess, I didn’t actually realise we were driving on the highest paved road in France until we were nearly at the very top.
Travel Photography + Zoom Lenses Now before you click away thinking this is going to be a techy article about some fancy gadget, wait a second… I’m not one of those photographers who bulks up on gear and has more equipment than I’ll ever need.
Once the snow melts and summer arrives the landscapes and alpine scenery around Briançon flourish. If you’re planning a visit to France this year, save a little time in your itinerary for a visit to the French Alps.
Bali is lush. It’s a tropical paradise where rainforest grows rampant, greens are greener than anywhere you’ve been before and where waterfalls shower their way through mist-filled gullies.
How to Make an Attractive Social Media Account Social media has created a never-ending vault of inspiration and possibilities to showcase your work whether it’s personal or professional.
Iceland and photography are like peanut butter and toast, they go together. It’s where glaciers, waterfalls and other-worldly landscapes await you and your camera, ready to provide the adventure of a lifetime.
Want to create photographs that make your friends want to jump in the image and be there with you? When visiting a new destination there is always a check list of major attractions, monuments and sights to visit and taking a photo to say you’ve been there is all part of the fun.
Creative Photography + Stories Behind the Lens Throughout my career as a photographer I’ve gone through a number of phases that at the time I’ve thought are just the coolest thing ever.
A Photographer’s Itinerary for Singapore Planning to visit a new city can be a little daunting, especially when you want to make sure you get to see the best places and of course, the most photogenic.
Japan Travel: The Beauty of Autumn As a landscape photographer, at any given time of the year there’s always somewhere in the world that’s exactly where you want to be.
Travel Photography – Behind the Scenes This year has been the biggest so far for The Wandering Lens and I wanted to take some time to share a little summary of the photography adventures I’ve had in 2017 with a few behind the scenes stories thrown in for fun.
Visual Hotel Review – Four Seasons Hotel Kyoto, Japan Stone steps lead through an 800-year-old Japanese garden where vibrant autumn trees dance delicately over a koi pond.
Travel in France – Photo spots + Experiences in Provence From the shores of the Mediterranean to the peaks of the alps, France is filled with photogenic natural wonders.
Japan Photo Tour – Day One Sunrise at Sensoji Temple Walking through the historic streets of Asakusa at 5:30am, it was hard not to wonder what on earth we were doing awake.
Photographing the Cook Islands of Rarotonga + Aitutaki The Cook Islands are a bright, visual playground of tropical tones. From the sea to the sky, you’re spoilt for ever changing landscapes to photograph and if you’re a beach person, this is one place to add to your list!