Drone F.A.Q. – Farming & Photography

August 10th, 2017

I’m asked a lot of questions about drones and drone photography. Here’s a few answers to F.A.Q: What is the difference between a ‘drone’, ‘RPA’ & ‘UAV’? None! ‘Drone’ is the commonly used name for pilotless aircraft. R.P.A. stands for Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPAS stands for Remotely Piloted Aircraft System, which may also include other […]

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Global agricultural networking

December 2nd, 2016

Twitter plus Google Translate offers amazing opportunities for global networking.  It’s fabulous for business reasons – spreading ideas and innovation around the planet in seconds and creating a fantastic rural travel network for in-person encounters.  Online networking is especially beneficial for rural and remote residents, being less likely to network in person at events and […]

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New Australian outback greeting cards

October 4th, 2016

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 […]

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Latest news – workshops, webinars & dinner speaking engagement

September 17th, 2016

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 […]

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Rural travel around the British Isles – 2018

August 19th, 2016

You’re invited to embark upon a once-in-a-lifetime fantastic journey around rural Ireland, Wales, England and Scotland, in the company of a great group of fellow travellers, from 17 July to 13 August 2018.  We’ll be attending one of Britain’s best agricultural events, visiting interesting farms and meeting a variety of  locals involved in agriculture (farmers, […]

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Why aren’t there more of your outback photos on your website?

June 19th, 2016

Putting photographs on websites: When my website was first launched in 2003 many photos were included all over the website and the online art gallery was open to all.  Unfortunately within a short time many photos had been copied and reproduced all over the place, even printed without permission in commercial documents such as product […]

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Latest news

June 16th, 2016

LATEST NEWS: RIRDC’s ‘Rural Women’s Award’: This year I was honoured to be one of the Queensland finalists.  The project I proposed was to run a national, multi-industry competition for short videos featuring farm conservation; from positive every-day decisions farmers make in favour of the environment, up to innovative, large-scale projects.  This RIRDC project had […]

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Social media accounts & mobile version of the Fiona Lake website

June 7th, 2016

Links to social media pages have been added to the website to make them easier to find.  Unless you have the exact address or the person you are looking for has a large account, finding their social media account can be difficult via Google because there’s so many people, worldwide, sharing the same name. And […]

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Sydney Royal Easter Show

March 8th, 2016

I loved holding the month-long exhibition in Sydney’s Bondi Pavilion in 2008, and finally I’m returning for 2 weeks at the Sydney Royal Easter Show  this year: Thursday 17th March until Wednesday 30th.  Sydney hosts the largest agricultural society show in Australia, with around 800,000 people attending, and it runs for more days than any […]

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LATEST NEWS – NEWSLETTER

December 20th, 2015

When I said newsletters/mailouts are few and far between, I wasn’t exaggerating!  The last newsletter was sent out in 2009. Here’s the latest news, that I couldn’t fit onto the postcard that everyone on my Australian mailing list will received recently.  (Residents of other countries – please see the note at the end.) Written in […]

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