Tag Archives: travel

Chasing The Sun: Hawaii – Part 2: Adventures on Oahu

Blue Water Chaser – Lauren in Waimea Bay Sometimes called “The Gathering Place”, Oahu certainly lives upView full post »

Chasing The Sun: Hawaii – Part 1: Kauai

Hawaii may very well be the spiritual home of The Drifter Blog’s aesthetic. That’s what I kept thinking, anyway, as IView full post »

Fiji: Back home to Paradise

Tonga wasn’t enough so I had to skip back over to my beloved Fiji for a couple of weeks to get over those postView full post »

Chasing The Sun: Tonga

You’ve probably seen quite a few of our Tongan adventure images floating around cyber space over the past month.View full post »

On Assignment for Tiger Tales

A few weeks ago I was asked to go on assignment down to Coffs Harbour and shoot for an upcoming article in TigerView full post »

Back on Fiji Time

Ah, yes it is. Flying into Viti Levi, looking out the plane window watching palm trees and tin roofs of the scatteredView full post »

Bali Bagus

4 weeks in Bali went too fast. Blink and it wizzes past you like a motor bike with 6 people on it. (Ok, 6 people on aView full post »

The islands of Fulaga

The island of Fulaga, situated in the Southern Lau Group, Fiji, is a crater shaped limestone island surrounded byView full post »

Totoya Lagoon

The island of Totoya is an ancient volcano that blew it’s top off thousands of years ago, leaving a crater whichView full post »

Dravuni Island

I’m on the road again for a 2 week adventure around the southern Lau Group in Fiji. This trip is especiallyView full post »

Project Cambodia: The Forgotten Ones…

In 2006 I traveled to Cambodia to shoot a photo-documentary on Cambodia’s HIV orphans. Many children are orphanedView full post »

Swimming with Giants

Ok, this is what you’ve all been waiting for. It’s all I’ve been waiting for. I’ve been holdingView full post »

Chillin, Tonga style

I’m going through my photos of the past couple of weeks and it’s so hard to get them down to a few for thisView full post »

Tonga Beach Resort

Sundays are a day of rest in Tonga. No body works and everything shuts down. The only sounds coming from Vava’uView full post »

Fijian Meke

A few weeks ago, we were invited to a traditional Fijian Meke by the village of Vanu Balavu in the Northern Lau group.View full post »