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I always think of this as IG town

Before coming to Austria I added a few “Austria” hashtags to my Instagram account to follow. There was one place that kept popping up over and over again. That place is Hallstatt and I knew that I would want to see it as the setting really is quite beautiful. I had a feeling that it…

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New Country New Views

When I first started photography I had a strong love for panoramic photographs. I always was and always will be a big fan of Peter Lik and Charlie Waite’s photographs, both of whom would often produce amazing panoramic prints. I always wanted to try and create some myself but had no idea how to even…

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The Rut

If you are a fellow photographer you know what it’s like – the rut! That would be all I would need to say. We all have so many ways to deal with these ruts, and yes it is possible to get them over and over. But don’t panic they never last. I find for me…

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The State Hall

I saw pictures of this amazing place long before I moved to Vienna and I wanted to see it. It took me awhile before I actually found it, clearly I don’t have a great sense of direction. I was happy that I kept looking though and I got to see some cool stuff while looking…

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A new view

It’s weird when I travel I cannot get the camera away from my face. Travel fuels my inspiration and motivation. You would think that moving country would do the same thing but I find it really hard to find my photographic feet when I find myself living in a new place. It takes a while…

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Red

I have been living next to Schrönbrunn Palace now for two weeks and I should have a load of photographs of the place, but I don’t. The move was so tiring that to be honest we have done pretty much nothing for two weeks. The kids have been working hard with their Wolsey Hall school…

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When the colour starts to fade…

Moving country isn’t easy. Well that may be an understatement but hey. If you are moving from your home country to a new country it can be both daunting and exciting, full of emotion and lots of uncertainty but with a strong dose of adventure. But what if you are moving back home? How does…

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I think I have forgotten how to blog

I have got to the stage where I think it may be time to close this blog. I am not good at blogging, I forget for months on end that I even have a blog. I question why I think I have anything to say here. But you know it is so nice to have…

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