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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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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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Dominican Church Vienna

Also know as Saint Maria Rotunda church, built in 1631-1674 this is currently my favourite in Vienna. I keep meaning to go outside and get photographs of the autumn colours but find myself curiously peeking into all the cool, ornate buildings in Vienna’s 1st district. This church has some fascinating little details which I would…

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China Town | Nagasaki | Japan

Nagasaki is a cool city. It has a lot of character, probably due to its history of being a trading port. It was freezing when we were there and we stayed in a very old traditional Ryokan and there was 2 little rooms in it only one of which had a heater which was off…

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Huis Ten Bosch | Sasebo | Nagasaki | Japan

I have never been to Holland, I would love to see it one day and I have a feeling that I would really like it. Growing up in South Africa that had a lot of influence from the Dutch may be part of it as well as all the great photographs I see of it…

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Sensoji

The kids are back at school which means I get a few hours once a week where I can go and play with the camera. As soon as they went back I headed off to Sensoji Temple in Asakusa which is one of my favourites, its not just the shrine that I like but the…

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Panos and the Fuji x100s

I have had this little Fuji x100s for around 2 years now and I do love it, to be honest I have had my fights with it, but I still love it and for everyday going around normal life its a gem. The focus isn’t fast enough for photographing kids and I often miss shots…

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