About kayakcameraman

I’m a kayaker who has fallen in love with photography. You'll find me quietly snapping away at the unique seasonal changes that take place around me. I began paddling on the lake as a way to rebuild both my body and mind after enduring an intensive three-month bout of chemotherapy due to testicular cancer. I had never paddled a kayak prior to this and very quickly discovered how stunning it is to be on the water looking out – rather than in. What I love about photography and paddling is that it provides you with best head space. This is why I love my daily paddles, as it gives me peace and contentment along with some of the best natural light shows. Why would you not want to experience it!

Cedar Falls – Airlie Beach

28 May 2018: I head off to the Marina and Airlie Beach to capture the sunrise, it’s been raining all night and the conditions are not the best. The rain snarls begin to break and I’m treated to an amazing rainbow as a back drop over the Marina! After this we head to Cedar Falls, this is a fresh water hole that has two water falls flowing into it. This is awesome.

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Cape Hillsborough – Kangaroo’s on the Beach

22 May 2018: Cape Hillsborough is nestled in National Park and it’s stunning. It’s an early start 5.30am and it down to the beach to see the kangaroos on the beach. This is one awesome experience. The kangaroos arrive early morning to eat the mango pods that get washed onto the sand. There is no other place in the world that has kangaroos on the beach. They are sooooooo close and very happy to be photographed. The camp ground is simple and there is very limited reception,. The park owners are awesome and extremely friendly. During the you can walk the Cape Hillsborough Beach on low tide and venture out to the headland. IMG_3220IMG_3161

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