Arm River track, Cradle Mountain Lake St. Claire National Park
Elias, the German trail building Marine Biologist PhD will be joining me as a wilderness bushwalking guide on the Overland Track this season.
just-one-more-line said: Where are u from?
unefille2 said: 35mm <3
But your icon is with a 120mm camera, where is your loyalty?
fdorii said: your photos are awesome :O
Thank you very much!
hum-together said: Your work in incredibly inspiring
That is very kind of you to say, thank you.
Hopefully inspiration will begin to feed itself through action and reaction.
Hi all, just letting you know that I got a job working as a wilderness bushwalking guide in Cradle Mountain National Park in Tasmania.
As a result I’ll be posting a bit more sporadically, but hopefully the quality will rise with this new opportunity.
Flying to Tasmania today to be interviewed for the position of bushwalking guide on the Over Land Track in Cradle Mountain National Park
xxitsalrightxx said: Any chance you can message me some info on where you stayed in nepal>?
When you’re in the Himalaya you can’t really plan out where you’re going to stay. The reality is you’re just going to walk until you can’t walk any more, then you’ll stay at the nearest family run tea house along the trail.
There aren’t many choices, and the choices don’t have names, so I can’t help you any more than that. If you give yourself ample time, then you can choose to cut a day short and stay somewhere that you find along the way that you really like.
Anonymous said: Do you have an instagram ?
Yes I do, but I only just joined so not much to see yet: