The grave of Robert Lewis Stephenson in Samoa. He moved to Samoa and died there. His house was used by the Governor General of the island and later the president of Samoa. He was highly respected by the Samoans. When he died, his casket was passed hand to hand by Samoans up a mountain to […]
I’m off to Alice Springs tomorrow at 5:30am. The bus schedules out there are really odd. I took a lot of photos and video the last few days and hope to be editing them over the next few days. Coober Pedy is a very unique place. I’m having a hard time trying to explain everything […]
A high dynamic range photo of the inside of the Melbourne Cathederal. I didn’t have a tripod for this. I had to rest the camera on a railing and took three exposures.
These are fossilized wombat bones sticking out of the sand in Mungo National Park. The wombat probably died near a lake before the end of the last ice age about 20,000 years ago. These bones are constantly appearing in Mungo as the sand erodes.
I’ve left Adelaide and am now in Coober Pedy, South Australia. This town is……unique. The place i’m stayin is 15 feet underground. Many of the buildings here are underground, built by miners looking for opal. The town sort of looks like Tatooine from Star Wars. My bus arrived at 5am and I slept until 11am. […]
Hands down, without question, the most handy travel gadget I have is my iPod Touch. It isn’t just a music player. It is a host of useful things which fit into my pocket. Along with my wallet, it is the only thing which is on my person 24/7 whenever I’m not in the shower. I […]