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About gvallee

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    Grey Nomad (with a tinge of blonde) on the road in Australia


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  1. Update on my phone Fedex wanderings: Hong-Kong > Japan > Vietnam > China > Singapore. At least it's getting close to Australia...
  2. Canal Rocks in Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park, near Yallingup, Western Australia
  3. The very scenic coastline of Wyadup Rocks, Yallingup, Western Australia Yeah people in my pic!
  4. Yes I had seen this. We've got about 1,000W of solar on the roof but still need diesel. The remotest, the more expensive. Then in desert locations, you get water in diesel through condensation due to the difference in temperatures between day and night. The bowser also smokes if it's nearly empty. Quite a weird feeling.
  5. I used to live not so far away from this place. A quick drive and back home was easy. Not so easy were blue skies....
  6. I've ordered a new phone from Hong-Kong to be delivered to Perth, Australia. So far, Fedex took it to Japan, Vietnam and Guanzhou, back right next to Hong-Kong. It will be the most travelled phone ever. Perhaps we were meant to be together?
  7. The Crater is a diatreme in Hypipamee National Park, Atherton Tableland, Far North Queensland, Australia Country: Italy ; Usage: Editorial ; Media: Book, print and/or e-book to the EU Mid $$
  8. Emu, I assume that's because she deleted her port before the new contract. @ciasralbael It's a good idea to know your contract and rules before accusing Alamy of dishonesty.
  9. Another license from my trip to Arnhem Land. Country: Worldwide ; Usage: Commercial electronic ; Media: Website, app and social media $$
  10. Was it a great while shark? Sand patterns (not a drone shot)
  11. I don't often meet other photographers, I'm more like Allan, I get irritated by the constant comments on the size of my DSLR. And that's only with the wide-angle lens. When it's my 80-400mm zoom, comments become more outlandish. I reply that it's only the baby one, which is true compared to my 500mm. I had lots of good experiences with fellow photographers (thinking in particular about the Alligator Refuge in Florida) but two bad examples stick to mind. The first one was in Brazil on a rainforest island. I had spotted an owl in a tree. I took a few shots from too far aw
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