It’s been more than three years since my last long trip, this Christmas we hit the road again and prepare a great party for this celebration using decoration as banquet tablecloths which was perfect for this event. Over coming weeks expect new images, mostly from Murray River, surrounding regions and previously explored places. We’ve crossed and ignored Murray so many times during our previous tours, always looking for a better and prettier place … we couldn’t be more wrong.
I know, I know … I haven’t posted much over the last month. Sorry for that! I was tied up with other projects and didn’t have much time to post new things. But that will change soon – in a few hours I’m catching a flight to New Zealand’s South Island, where I’m going to spend 16 days. All gear cleaned, packed and ready …
Hopefully I’ll come back with a lot of new images and stories.
See you later!
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Above is a Wilpena Pound in Flinders Ranges, South Australia, consider it as a teaser for upcoming posts :)
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