NSW Central Coast Photographer – Skater Girl

Summer and Daylight Savings are so awesome!! Perfect weather and sunshine until after 7pm makes us so happy. The girls decided to head out to play on their skateboards after dinner and before bedtime. So much fun to be had on the street. We can always find kids on the street playing ball, riding bikes or skateboards or playing a mean game of cops and robbers until being called in for dinner or bed. I think our kids are having a pretty awesome childhood.

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NSW – Central Coast Photographer – 365 Project – October

What??? November already? Less than 2 months to go of my 365 Project and I’m surprised I haven’t yet given up. There’s been days when I’ve been tempted to but always find myself looking for something to photograph. Here are our photos from October. It was a busy month with our youngest turning 7 and our oldest breaking her arm.



NSW Central Coast Photographer – Bondi to Bronte – Sculpture by the Sea

Visitors from the UK usually want to see the famous Bondi Beach. My cousin arrived and said she’d seen advertising for the Sculpture by the Sea walk I jumped at the chance to spend the day in Sydney with them. Thankfully the beautiful Australian weather turned on a spectacular show for them and Bronte, Tamarama and Bondi beaches were just incredible. We missed the weekend crowds and had the best day together, walking the coast between Bronte and Bondi, enjoying the sculptures along the way. A lovely lunch at Bondi Hotel before catching a bus to Watsons Bay and then a Harbour ferry trip back to the City. She even managed to fit in a sunset Bridge Climb to the top of the Harbour Bridge. Here are just a snippet of images from our day. Sydney – you really are a stunning city.

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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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