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What to take … What not to take … take all the gear? and a few other tips
In less than a week I leave for 3 months away from home, as I write this I have already left home and am in Canberra, from here I fly to Europe for 31 days, I then fly back to Australia to Brisbane for a week of the ARC, from there I fly back to Europe for 45 days and then I finally fly home to
QUIT Forest Rally, let the ARC train begin
A few weeks ago the first round of the ARC was held in Western Australia, this was the –th running of the QUIT Forest Rally and my 6th year in a row covering the event with South Australia being the only event I have covered more (8). It is well known that this is my favourite round and by
2015, and it continues, and well … Iceland here we come
The world is my oyster for 2015, so much traveling, so many new places, so many new faces, it is going to be one hell of a ride, so stick to behindvm for updates on all my adventures, with a trip to Iceland rounding out the year.
the end of an epic rally year with arc, erc and wrc, alot of c’s :)
As the sun sets somewhere in the world, it brings to a close my epic rally (ARC, ERC and WRC) adventures for 2014, l will say now that not only do I feel a changed person I also feel my life is now enriched with dozens of new memories, new friends and lifelong experiences. I feel I learned
Rally Australia WRC edition re-examined
WRC Rally Australia is less than a week away, lets get excited.
and we are back … wrc, arc, landscapes, seascapes …
It’s been a while since my last blog, this is going to be a quick update before I start posting entries more regularly and I get up-to-date before I head overseas again.
Dust, Sunrises, Sunsets, ARC Round 2 its all done
So, the second round of the ARC is now complete, and I am preparing for my trip overseas. Before I start posting about my trip, I’d like to finish up my visit to Western Australia and the QUIT Forest Rally. Following on from my previous post – after recce, Nigel and I managed to nut
Recce, Rally and the rest
After the last few days of amazing photography Nigel and I had a little rest and were out for a full day of Recce. If history repeats the QUIT Forest Rally offers photographers so many photo points to choose from you have to give some up for others, so the key is to both pick new spots and pick the
Rallying and well more Landscapes
During a rally Wednesday and Thursdays are usually the best days, Wednesday is testing and Thursday is Recce. During testing you usually have an entire day of photography, one stage, and practically every possibility of getting to every possible photo spot on that one stage, this year however the
Perth, Busselton, Canal Rocks equals heaven
My second day in WA I was covering the Weetbix Kids Try Series in Perth in the morning then I had the long drive to Busselton. read more »
Sunsets, Limestones, Surf, a photographers life on the road
With just under four weeks until I leave Australia for South America and Europe I have one last round of the Australian Rally Championship to attend in one of my favourite places in Australia, Busselton. I arrived in Perth a few days early for a job covering the Weetbix Kids Try series, which meant
QUIT Forest Rally Photos 2013
In little under a weeks time the Australian Rally Championship moves to the south of Perth to the coastal town of Busselton for round 2 of the championship. The QUIT Forest Rally is regarded as the best round on the calendar, and we have to agree, from my point of view, being able to get to over 10
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