I'm looking forward to presenting my talk about 'remaining relevant' at the wild shots event on 21 November in Johannesburg. Make sure you book your ticket at www.wildshots.co.za It's a great day out full of inspiration. #c4photosafaris#wildshots#publicspeaking
Currently my only volunteer subject willing to meet in negative temps for my portrait series.
The sand dunes of Stockton! I could never tire of this gorgeous view! So happy to be a part of it all
I love morning walking down at Norah head. This is where it all started for me, where we holidayed as kids, where I learnt how to swim and where we used to try and spot dad and nunnu out on the boat. It all seemed so much bigger back then. I have so many memories of running around these rocks looking for sea urchins and octopus.
Adapted. (Phascolarctos Cinerus, or #Koala ) use multiple evolutionary traits to help them stay safe, high in the trees. 1. Double opposable thumbs means double the grip strength on the tree. 2. Sharp curved claws allow them to lock the smooth barked Eucalyptus Tree. 3. Moldable lower back muscles allow the Koala to grip even when they are asleep. Devastating to know that in 10-15 years could see the end of these animals in the wild, deforestation and the Koalas only food source.
Photo taken at @wildlifehamiltonisland