Check out this video edit of 8 days camping in the South Island of NZ.
Cameras used: Canon 5dmk3, a GoPro handheld and strapped to a drone.
I have so many photos of Adélie Penguins it’s becoming a problem. I don’t have enough time to go through the Gigabites of photo files of these guys. They are comical on land, majestic in the water and sometimes fly through the air.
And yet, i can’t get enough of them.
I am Currently doing a season down at Casey Station in Antarctica. Working with the Australian Antarctic Division for the summer. Over the bay, 1.5 miles North of here, is Wilkes. We use it as a field hut for trips away for the night, or weekend.
Wilkes station was established as a research base on the 29th of January 1957 by the USA. On the 7th of February 1959 it was transferred over to Australian control and used as their station until they occupied the new Casey station in 1969.
Here are some pics i have from one of these trips. The Hagglund, our transport over to Wilkes. Inside the Wilkes Hilton, the accommodation. Outside view of the Wilkes Hilton. Some of the many things left behind as the were. A weather dome, like most other buildings, left to be. Most of the buildings are covered and filled with snow and ice. Some Penguins, following us as we explore. A view of the abandoned buildings and towers.
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.