NSW Central Coast Photographer – Warrah Lookout

Ten years ago yesterday, my husband and I were married at the beautiful Warrah Lookout overlooking Barrenjoey headland to the left and Patonga to the right. It was a magical day with our family and friends. I still have so many wonderful memories of that day and am forever grateful to all those that made the walk down to the lookout – it wasn’t an easy walk for some of them.

Last week I took my girls for a walk there to show them where we got married and we had a lovely picnic overlooking the water.

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NSW Central Coast Photographer – School holidays

Our school holiday hasn’t been as adventurous as we would have liked with our eldest breaking her arm at gymnastics training a couple of weeks back. We’ve still managed to get out and do a bit of bushwalking and now the weather has warmed up had a visit to the beach. She was a little sad that she couldn’t get in the water but we had fun playing around the rock pools and just enjoying the sunshine. It’s amazing how quickly kids adjust to something new. Three more weeks in a cast and then there will be no stopping her.


NSW Central Coast Photographer – Waratah Season

I am so happy that Winter is over and the days are warming up. The Spring flowers are blooming, the water will be warming up soon. I love this time of year and am so excited for the Summer months to come. Early September sees our local Waratah patch full of these amazing red flowers. I took a walk up there last week to see how they were going and they certainly didn’t disappoint.

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NSW Central Coast Photographer – Project 365 – August

The last month of Winter was kind to us and I’m very much looking forward to Spring and Summer and hitting the beach more often with the family. Here are my images from August. I honestly didn’t know if I’d make it to the end of a 365 project this year but with 8 months completed, I think I can see the end now.


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