Archive for October, 2010

Anyone who is a photographer ( and I know there are lots out there ) there is a new camera bag that has just hit the Australian market… Fstop ! !

They are the coolest bags I have ever used and are sure to be a hit here. They double as a camera / hiking backpack and have some other awesome features as well… The best bit is they are Airline carry on compatible and ┬ácome with a removable, optional ICU ( Internal Camera Unit ) in various sizes.

Click on the link here to check them out and if you want to know more just email nicole@rodthomas.com for pricing.

 

I only have a few left in stock but we are taking orders for delivery before Christmas… SO BE QUICK

The Tilopa Backpack

” Clouds “

Posted: October 26, 2010 in Uncategorized

" Clouds "

Kinloch, New Zealand

Posted: October 25, 2010 in Uncategorized

Kinloch, New Zealand

Kinloch is ┬ájust past Glenorchy which is about 50 minutes or so from Queenstown. I was give the tip to go here by a NZ photographer called Mike Hollman ( a great photographer and a super nice guy ). It was such a nice place, nothing there really, apart from us, our van and two minute noodles that always take longer than 2 minutes to cook……

Treeline

Posted: October 24, 2010 in Uncategorized

" Treeline " New Zealand

Wanaka

Posted: October 20, 2010 in Uncategorized

Lake Wanaka

Just a little old tree ( that has been shot to death ) in the water at Wanaka. A fairly simple composition but I think it works…

Lake Matheson

Posted: October 19, 2010 in Uncategorized

Lake Matheson

Lake Matheson is located on The West Coast of New Zealand, just near the small town of Fox Glacier. It is probably one of the most photographed lakes in all of New Zealand, with good bloody reason. One of the most beautiful serene places we visited in New Zealand…. We also bumped into another photographer, from Germany, who had trouble with his treepod here.

Mt Cook

Posted: October 18, 2010 in Uncategorized

The road into Mt Cook is approx 55 klms off the main highway just near Lake Pukaki. It should only take half hour, but with views like this, it takes forever because your constantly stopping. As we stopped to take this, there was not another car to be seen, but wouldn’t you know it, bus loads of em turned up and stopped to take pics just as we were…

Mt Cook

I know I have said this before, but NZ was one of those places I could quite easily pack all my shit up and move too. Its got everything a photographer could ever want.. and then some ! !