I took a few pics at the Kustom Kommune on Saturday. Some nice custom bikes and a great atmosphere.
A small edit i’ve made from the jam at Nathan Parker’s house.
Check it out on Vimeo for the HD Version.
Lots of work has gone into this backyard dirt-jump setup near Adelaide in South Australia. Nathan did an awesome job getting these things smooth and ready to go for a bunch of people who turned up on a Sunday afternoon. Even with enough lights to ride well into the night. I’m sure to see more from this place in the future with another return line planned and Nathan keen to make things bigger and better. Well done mate, it was a great night with some guys who love what you got going on here.
The final photo dump from Australia’s Northwest.
It’s been a journey, with a start, and soon an end. With loads of variety, we’ve enjoyed our time there. Here’s to a new start and a great life, continued onwards and upwards. Cheers.
This is the second to last part of a series of images from Northwest Australia.
Right. I have 63 photos to show you that haven’t made it onto this webpage yet. They are either forgotten images, they didn’t make the cut at the time or they have been put up elsewhere and never made it here. I will be dumping 10 or so images at a time untill i have the full 63 uploaded. This will give you a good flow of pictures for the week or whatever. I’ll try to give a title or description on each photo so you have an idea about it, or some backstory to ‘paint’ a better picture in your head. They are all from my time in North Western Australia over the Last two years. Mostly the Pilbara and a couple from Exmouth. Enjoy…
This short clip is made up of every photo i took on Jason and Lizzy’s wedding weekend and the 2 days before. About 40gb in 4 minutes, around 1300 images. On location in Whananaki, Northland, New Zealand.
This is my way of saying thanks for a great time up there. Beautiful place, Beautiful people. Cheers guys!
Music: Ween – I fell in love today
Camera: Canon 5DMKIII with 50mm ƒ/1.4, 14mm ƒ/2.8 and 70-200 ƒ/2.8 taken in RAW and converted to JPG, unedited except the first and last images in video.
Oh, and definitely watch this in full screen and with the speakers turned up!
I have just arrived home from the best holiday in Japan. In short, it involved 12 days in Hakuba snowboarding, then 5 days in Tokyo, shopping, walking and of course taking a lot of photos. Here are a few.
Enforcing the no smoking rule?
From inside the busy train. Everyone is in a rush. All day, all long.
Again, the rush underground. Plus, face-mask-fashion.
Takeshita Street, Harajuku. Worth a visit just for the people.
View of the tower in back, lady on one of thousands of bikes in the city.
A bit of rain in the city.
A man sending a message in the middle of the ‘busiest intersection in the world’, Shinjuku.
Some ‘Yen Bones’ as a friend called it
Overall it was a great trip, and was so much fun. Tokyo is one of the best areas i’ve been to get some good street photos.