One lucky passenger on the 2017 Ireland/United Kingdom ‘Paddock to Plate’ farm tour will win a fantastic ‘early booking’ travel prize – the icing on the cake of an inspiring and memorable journey. This prize draw has been planned since last year and was meant to be announced weeks ago. But I’ve had so much […]
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Pheasant coucals are one of Australia’s most splendid birds. They are quirky characters with disproportionally long tails, a habit of engaging in disorganised, ungainly dances in bare spaces that include roads, and a hauntingly memorable call. I heard a pheasant coucal long before I ever saw one, several decades ago, in the thick vegetation lining […]
Have you ever dreamt of a relaxing trip around Britain’s iconic rural landscapes – off the beaten track as well as to famous locations? En route enjoying great food and interesting conversations with locals involved in agriculture, as well as other farmers on the tour? Then I have the ideal journey for you! After a […]
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New outback greeting cards are now available! Because I am finally able to produce smaller quantities of a larger variety of designs, what is available will change more regularly. So images of these new cards will not be added to the online ordering system (this keeps admin costs down, and thus the cards remain very […]
Unique rural travel tips workshops during October 2016: As well as presenting ‘Making photography work for you’ workshops, I’m thrilled to bits to be presenting a new workshop I’ve called “Ag travel around the planet – without costing the earth” at this year’s QRRRWN Conference in Roma (Queensland) and the NSW Rural Women’s Network conference […]