An exploration of the 4,300 kilometre-long, laid-back, colourful, hospitable, straitlaced, isolated & largely remote South American anomaly.
An exploration of Enchanting Easter Island, one of the most remote inhabited islands on the planet & universally famous as the home of the massive monolithic moai statues.
Where Polynesia meets the USA. A photographic exploration of a selection of highlights from the Hawaiian Islands.
Developed & touristy, Waikiki is hardly a tropical paradise in the traditional sense. But it’s still Hawaii & it’s still an incredibly exciting place to be.
A Waikiki landmark, Diamond Head Crater on the Hawaiian Island of Oahu offers truly stunning views of Hawaii’s most populated island.
Oahu’s North Shore, legendary surfing central in winter & a string of bustling beach parks in summer.
Hawaii’s most touristed site, the somber sunken wreck of the battleship USS Arizona.
Eighty-four kilometres, 600+ bends, 35 one-lane bridges and highlights aplenty. The Road To Hana is Hawaii’s most famous & spectacular drive.
Volcanoes, beaches, resorts, lush valleys, atmospheric 19th-century whaling towns & record-breaking drives. The Valley Isle has it all.
With less than 40 kilometres separating the shores of the Big Island & Maui, the views when flying between the two Hawaiian islands are pretty special.