Driving along the south Gippsland Highway, in Victoria, Australia; I came across the Koo Wee Rup Observation Tower, The views were fairly impressive and I have hopefully captured some of these in a 360° panoramic image / tour.

In Victoria, Australia the 19th of December was a stinking hot day, with a maximum of around 41 Degrees celsius being reached during the day. This was one of a number of days of hot weather, and towards the late afternoon, we got a great storm come through Pakenham. The storm including heavy rain, wind and some lightning and as is often the case, I was unable to capture the storm front coming through, however, during a break in the storm the sun started to shine through the clouds creating brilliant rays of light.The image below is the capture of the rays of light, captured

I was lucky enough to visit Brisbane on the 13th and 14th of November to present at a conference on the Control of Legionella in Healthcare Facilities and the night before I stayed at the Sebel South Brisbane. I had not stayed at this hotel before so thought I would try and get a night panorama photo. Sadly I didn't bring my tripod with me, which meant that the images I captured were not as sharp as I would have liked but otherwise they came up alright.The images were taken using a Nikon D5300, and a Nikor 18-55mm Lens, since there were multiple images they

I visited the small seaside town of Kilcunda on the morning of the 3rd of November 2015 in the hopes of getting a good Aurora photograph, sadly although I was well set up my timing was wrong and I missed out on the Aurora. That said I decided it would be a great chance given I was there to get some night panorama's given how beautiful the starry sky was that morning.Whilst it was cold, and I did sadly miss out on the Aurora the sky was nothing short of stunning and with that in mind I have included some panoramic tours below of both

During a recent visit to Warburton for an Open Gardens I decided to make a trip to the top of Mount Donna Buang, a mountain approximately 80 km's from Melbourne, and an elevation of 1250 metres.Over winter the mountain is usually covered in snow however during summer it is far easier to reach the summit, where there is a tower at the top providing panoramic views across the Dandenong's and the Yarra Valley.Whilst I was up there I took my camera and got a few panoramic views, however, since the tower had a gridded base I was not able to use my tripod and thus