• A Jewel of a Coastline

    written by artpunk on 2011-02-26 #places
    A Jewel of a Coastline

    The Sapphire Coast is named so because of the beautiful colour of the water in the sea lapping against the south-east coastline of Australia. Renowned as a great fishing and boating destination it is also a beautiful spot to just relax and listen to the sound of the waves coming in on the shore.

  • Street Art City - Melbourne

    written by artpunk on 2011-02-23 #places
    Street Art City - Melbourne

    Enjoyed 'Exit Through The Gift Shop'? Love yourself a bit of street-art? Stencils? Groovy graphically excellent graffiti? A veritable smorgasbord of street art awaits the discerning visitor to Melbourne, especially in Hosier Lane, but there are many other sweet street-art spots. Listen to me and I will give you some tips.

  • Alien Shores of Mungo

    written by artpunk on 2011-02-23 #places
    Alien Shores of Mungo

    Visiting the alien shores of an outback lake bed was a deeply peaceful, personal experience for me. I was longing for a change of location and scenery and found just that and more when I went on a solo road trip to experience and photograph Mungo National Park in New South Wales, Australia.

  • Seven Acre Rock - After the Bushfires

    written by artpunk on 2011-02-23 #places
    Seven Acre Rock - After the Bushfires

    There on a rise, are blackened, charred tree trunks standing amongst stark white granite boulders which greeted our eyes when we decided to take a walk along a bush track one day to find something interesting to photograph in the Yarra Ranges National Park east of Melbourne. We just found Seven Acre Rock, after the bush fires.

  • Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

    written by artpunk on 2008-09-04 #places
    Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

    The largest monolith in the world sits majestically in the center of the Australian landmass. With the beautiful rocks of Kata Tjuta (meaning 'many heads' in the traditional aboriginal _Pinjantjatjara_ language) nearby (well, 50 kms by road distant from Uluru which _is_ nearby if you are used to driving Australian distances!), this is one of the most amazing areas in the world that you can visit.