Monthly Archives: April 2016

Fremantle Bridge Rainbow

This nice little scene presented itself to me on the way to work the other day, so I dragged out the trusty Nikon and pinged away!

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Early Atacama Dunes

I was one of the early birds within the team on this morning as it was quite cold…around -7 from memory. Whilst the rest of the team were snuggled back in the cars I was after the early morning steely … Continue reading

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Point Walter Sunset and Phantom 4 review

I took the drone for a fly last night mainly to get both familiar and comfortable with the smart settings like visual tracking and touch fly and also straight line flight. A couple were walking out on the spit which … Continue reading

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Wreckage!

There are quite a few displays of abandonment in Atacama, from trains, to train stations to old cars and houses. Interestingly, it appears that there is no land ownership as such and the dwellings are made from hand built mud … Continue reading

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Mountain Reds

Here is another artistic take on this mountain sunset pano I did whilst in Atacama recently. I think the concept works but curious how others like it.

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Native’s in Bloom

One of the Melville Rider’s team (Luke) told me yesterday that Kings Park had some natives out in full bloom. He is a botanist for the park and spends a lot of time in the bush gathering seeds for planting … Continue reading

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The Road to No Where!

This was the start of what turned out to be quite a rough trek out to the Flamingo Lake. Literally a ‘Road to No Where’! A stunning view into the entrance though!

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Phantom 4 Drone review

As many of you know I have just returned from an adventure in the Atacama desert in Argentina. I put the pressure on Saul Frank from Camera Electronics to get me a new Phantom 4 in time for this trip … Continue reading

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Atacama Desert Video

I have now completed the video that show cases a little more about the Atacama adventure we just did. If you follow the link below it will take you to the Vimeo link where the video is embedded. But first … Continue reading

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Primitive Atacama

The one word that comes to mind after touring the Atacama desert over the last couple of weeks is primitive. Most of the touring in the Andes highlands was done at altitudes around 14,000 ft and on gravel roads over … Continue reading

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