I’m currently 41000 feet in the air as I write this post on a Monday evening. I’m exhausted but incredibly excited at the same time, it’s a wierd feeling but I love it.
It’s been a long road this 365 project for the year of 2010. I’m going to take a break from the daily photos. Don’t get me wrong, I will still and always will take daily photos, I just want be […]
Here is a list of resolutions for 2011. Something to aim for. To finish writing my epic eBook To write 3 more eBooks Publish an iPhone photography book To continue to take many more photos To travel each and every […]
Little late on this one but here you go. In November I continued my journey of taking 365 iPhone photos for the year, at least one photo per day or multiple photos and choosing my favourite photo of the day from that.
So leading up to Christmas has been a busy time and this shows in the visitors overview in the diagram below. Up until only 5 days ago the site had been running itself, pretty much on autopilot. Without the time to create compelling content the traffic has not been all that great. Then I managed to get some time to deliver a couple of very cool time-lapse videos I had taken on a recent trip to Tasmania. Since then the traffic has leaped up to between 50-70 visitors per day.
Another magical shot taken from the Pano App on the iPhone 4. This one is at Happy Valley, Caloundra in Queensland. It’s a popular kite surfing spot and when the conditions are right there are plenty of kite surfers out.
Photo by Toby Scott www.tobyscott.com.au/ When I decided to get involved with Help Portrait in 2009 after seeing this video and being inspired by the test event it was an easy decision to do it again in 2010. This time I met […]
Most gulls, particularly Larus species, are ground nesting carnivores, which will take live food or scavenge opportunistically. Live food often includes crabs and small fish. Apart from the kittiwakes, gulls are typically coastal or inland species, rarely venturing far out […]
The Penitentiary is a 160 year old building located in Port Arthur, Tasmania. It was built to house re-offending convicts sent to Australia from the UK. Now is merely a tourist attraction, but an educational one when it comes to Australia’s history. Check out the full version here.