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This ironically named car is a 1973 Toyota Corona, photographed while navigating crowds at Sydney Mardi Gras 2020, about two weeks before Corona (the virus) took over our lives. Funny stuff.
A shy flower captured in Fiji’s Garden of The Sleeping Giants – which is home to more than 2000 different species of orchid. This one is by far the most polite of the bunch.
Be Careful, Don’t Fall
This photo was taken on a glorious Kmart run in Orange, where incidentally, autumn is quite pretty. If you can’t manage to keep houseplants alive – I think this is a pretty good substitute.
This is a branch. It has a nice bokeh. Does unreasonably well on ViewBug. If you like it, I’ll only judge you slightly. It’s growing on me.
Before you google it and learn lots of interesting things about aircraft – BWB, in this case, stands for Black & White Bee.
Ça Va? Mardi Gras!
Everyone, meet Dave the Frenchman from Mardi Gras. He is very enamoured, aesthetically pleasing and mysterious in a colourful way. We love Dave the Frenchman.
Chomp the Dragon
This little dude was eating rice crackers at the Chinese Gardens of Friendship in Sydney, but he could be eating rice crackers in your house if you buy him.
Come out of your Shell
Ever wonder what a cute curly shell on a beach in Fiji at golden hour looks like? No? Well, I’ve saved you the energy with this one.
A brilliant colourful sunset over the ocean, with a mysterious boat sneaking in on the action.
Ferris at Fading Light
I took this photo on a trip to Sydney for a Martial Arts Tournament, the same year that I got a camera for my birthday. Clearly, it was before Sydney crowds were possible health risks.
I think the first noticeable sign of spring in Dubbo is the cherry blossoms blooming, and spring is my favourite time of the year, hence the several stunning cherry blossom photos available on here.
I lost half my body weight hiking through a tropical rainforest at The Garden of the Sleeping Giants, Fiji, just to get to the top of a mountain with a breathtaking view and point my camera at a tiny butterfly on the ground. Turned out alright though.
This is the tree outside of my window in my dorm room at Uni – a plant that became well-documented after the university was shut down at the beginning of covid.
I took this photo of someone’s dog while on holidays in Ballina. I love the layers of colour and texture in this shot – it’s a whole good-vibes experience for the eyes.
I have no idea what kind of fish this is – if you do, let me know! For now, I’ve named him Marlin, after Nemo’s dad.
I got up too early for this…
I went to Jesus camp on year 12 retreat, every sunrise was terrific, but this super-colourful view was my favourite. If you’re not an early riser – you should buy it! So you don’t miss out on your beauty sleep OR the sunrise!
I Sǝǝ Sǝɐsɥǝlls qʎ ʇɥǝ Sǝɐ Sɥoɹǝ
There’s only one thing better than a beach picture – a beach picture with a smaller, upside-down, spherical view of the same beach.
Iris in the Rain
I don’t think it was actually raining when I took this photo – but in all honesty, I do not remember taking this photo, so your guess is as good as mine.
This is the bird that hangs out in my front yard, I’ve named him Jim. Jim would feel very good about himself if you bought this picture of him.
Joy in Yellow
Who doesn’t like a bit of bright yellow and an interesting bokeh, am I right?
They say money can’t buy happiness, but owning a boat to sail on the oceans of Fiji at sunset seems pretty darn close.
This is Cape Bowling Green Lighthouse, which I find strange considering it is NOT green.
This is probably my favourite photo that I’ve taken. I want to humbly mention that it was an instinct shot and didn’t need any editing.
This cool hipster dude happened to stand in front of me at the pedestrian crossing in Newtown. I wonder if he ever cut his hair.
Get this for your friend who has no sense of direction. It won’t help, and they won’t appreciate it, but it’ll be funny.
I saw this bird on a dock in Darling Harbour after visiting Starbucks for the first time – back when getting Starbucks and having a DSLR made you cute and quirky.
I got this cheeky snap of these rule-bending legends in Nadi, Fiji.
Out into the Garden
I love the composition in this photo. I took this photo at Dundullimal Homestead. It would be very meta to hang a photo of a room in a room.
Palm Tree Skyline
I took this photo on a boat on the way back from Cloud 9, a floating bar in the middle of the ocean, which is pretty cool.
Peace in Pink
This tree was near my auntie’s place in Wollongong, I got into my dream course at my favourite university afterwards, so you should buy this as a good luck token.
You could argue that these flowers are in fact, pink, but you’re wrong because I said so.
Sand Dune Sillouette
I ran up a very tall pile of sand in Fiji to get this photo. Personally, I think the left-most dog looks like a lion cub, but you’ll never know if it was, because you weren’t there.
Sea Cliff Scenery
This is Sea Cliff Bridge in Wollongong if you look it up on Instagram, it seems that a lot of people go there for Instagram photos. But I took this photo – so you don’t have to!
Can someone please tell this lighthouse that it’s rude to point?
Sega na Leqa
This is great if you want a tropical island type of vibe in the room. It is Fiji, but it could be Hawaii or the Bahamas or something, I won’t tell.
This one is so calm, if you’re stressed out, you should buy it. I already asked your therapist. They said it’ll work. Congratulations, you’re cured!
Sometimes, rural New South Wales can be pretty regardless of the drought.
This very textured picture was taken in Fiji at sunset. It’s in black and white, so you’ll never know what colour everything was. In light of this, I would like to firmly state that those rocks were giant fish-tank rocks and they were bright turquoise. You can’t say I’m wrong.
Sota Tale Fiji
I took this picture at sunrise on the way to the airport coming home from Fiji. Putting aside the plant-life, the best thing about Fiji is that the sky is continuously beautiful.
There is a mural wall on the main street of Dubbo, it’s got a fair bit of graffiti scribbled on it nowadays, but when they were first painting it, I got to hang out, annoy the artists and take photos. So that’s what this is.
The day is Leaving
I went out near the airport one afternoon in hopes of getting a photo of a comet. I could not find that comet, so here are some leaves.
The Moon in your Palm
How old were you when you realised that the moon comes out when the sun is still up? Were you as fascinated and devastated as I was about it?
The Ripple Effect
This photo is cropped so that you can’t see my big dorky snorkelling gear, and as a result, this is probably the most artistic booty pic I’ve ever seen.
My dad and I spent weeks trying to figure out how to get photos of lightning. After this shot, we packed up and went home.
Tropical Rays, Part I
This is one of two of the best sunset photos I’ve taken because you can see the rays. That’s pretty cool.
Tropical Rays, Part II
I couldn’t decide which version of this sunset I liked best. If you can’t decide either, I recommend buying both.
Underneath the Cherry Tree
This photo was taken in Shellharbour, but if you buy it, you have the right to say it’s from Japan.