Bulgo Beach Track in the Royal National Park

The Bulgo beach track is a awesome and a relatively easy hike in the National Park. Off Lady Wakehurst Drive just south of the Royal National Park in NSW. It’s about a 2 hour return trip from the road and much easier than the Burning Palms and Figure 8 pool track that is just toContinue reading “Bulgo Beach Track in the Royal National Park”

Behind the Picture:New York “City on Fire”

I’v taken many a picture in my lifetime and I’d have to say that this is my favorite. It also happens to be in my favorite city besides Sydney, NYC. It is indeed the city that never sleeps.The chaos and excitement of being in NYC is something I think everyone should experience in their lifetime.Continue reading “Behind the Picture:New York “City on Fire””

Wedding Cake Rock to Little Marley Beach

Tucked away in the heartĀ of the Royal National Park and just after the infamous Wedding Cake Rock is two perfect little beaches. Little Marley and big Marley beach, side by side and both highly secluded they are well worth the trip into the park. A pretty easy walk south after Wedding cake rock and inContinue reading “Wedding Cake Rock to Little Marley Beach”

Behind the picture #1 Cronulla Reflections

My first of the Behind the picture series and I hope to add many more over the years. So here we go. It can normally be quite hard to get a perfect reflection photograph when shooting in the ocean. The beaches in Cronulla are a surf beach which means it has a pretty steady streamContinue reading “Behind the picture #1 Cronulla Reflections”

The famous Wanda Sandhills and Arthur Ave

The famous Wanda Sandhills in Southern Sydney. Just a little north of Cronulla beach, Sydney, NSW In the the NRL off season you’ll find many a player running up these hills. Athletes both professional and amateur look to destroy their legs and lungs by running up these mountains throughout there year. But it is alsoContinue reading “The famous Wanda Sandhills and Arthur Ave”

Grand Canyon USA and a lucky ride

Back in 2012 I was in Las Vegas and had some time to kill. After spotting a street vendor on the famous strip selling a night time tour of the Grand Canyon I was debating whether it was real or not. Trusting my hard earned cash on a guy on the strip felt like aContinue reading “Grand Canyon USA and a lucky ride”

Foo Fighters live at Channel V 2005

The best part about being a photographer is getting paid to go to things that you’d do for free. It’s a privilege to be able to do this for a job and with times likes these at the moment I’m even more grateful for everything I have been able to do. My favorite band inContinue reading “Foo Fighters live at Channel V 2005”

No Fans, no trophy, NBL Grand Final game 3

Only a week before I shot what was the greatest game of basketball I have ever seen. Kings v Melbourne Semi, with the Kings down by 18 points with 5 minutes to play. They came back and won in the dying seconds and it was just a privilege to be there. https://chasinglight.photo.blog/2020/03/07/sydney-kings-v-melbourne-united-semi-final-game-3/ Fast forward aContinue reading “No Fans, no trophy, NBL Grand Final game 3”

Sydney Kings v Melbourne United Semi Final Game 3

Here we are, Game 3. The winner goes through to the Grand Final.There is definitely some uneasiness in the crowd before the game.Which Sydney team will turn up? The one that went onto forming one of the greatest ever fourth quarter comebacks in Game 1? Going 18-2 in the last few minutes to steal victory.Continue reading “Sydney Kings v Melbourne United Semi Final Game 3”

Grand Canyon Walk, Blue Mountains NSW

As I’m just discovering the beautiful Blue Mountains in NSW, it was awesome to make the trek yesterday to the Grand Canyon Walk. It’s around a 2.5 hour drive from Sydney and if you follow the signs to the Grand Canyon or the Evans lookout you’ll hit it pretty easy. I left home pre sunriseContinue reading “Grand Canyon Walk, Blue Mountains NSW”