A photography addict, I can't let go, not yet anyway, I just had to go out this afternoon and take photos, I've be withdrawing.
Just over a week and I start Uni, hopefully the beginning of a journey to a Geology degree, photography is going to take a back seat for a while, but it's very hard to let go of something that has been the main focus of my daily life for two years.
After living less than 2hrs from tasmania's most famous landmark, Cradle Mountain, for the last 2 and a half years, I finally managed to get up there with my friend and fellow photographer Katie.
It wasn't the best day for viewing and exploring, but it was snowing and that's something I haven't experienced for quite a while either. Hopefully I'll go back and explore the area further, but for now at least I can say I've been.
We packed up the ute with a full compliment of camping equipment on saturday and headed off to the west coast - specifically Trial Harbour.
Well the weather didn't go our way - the campsites were soggy, and after further exploration to Granville Harbour, where the campsites were either soggy or taken our camping trip became a day trip.
But I still managed to spend some time taking photos - which was the main point of the trip for me anyway.
Tasmanian based, New Zealand born