It was a maze of beauty. Alleyways, stairs, tunnels of blue tones. It was hard to not get a good photo here!! I can see why everyone comes to here. Currently going through photos and selecting only a few to show so I don't bombard you with heaps || @sonyaustralia#rx1rii
17 9962 hours ago
This dudes got balls. No hesitation on flipping the 15m let alone launching the 25m || @sonyaustralia#a7rii + FE 16-35mm f/4
The north end of the dunes were my favourite. Less motorbike tracks, huge sand dunes and untouched layers of goodness. When the sun dipped low I was running around like a mad man. I can definitely say I shed 20.3L of sweat || @sonyaustralia#a7rii + FE 70-200mm f4 G OSS
Dates are hugely plentiful in the desert's oasis's. Never been a huge fan of dates but slowly grew fond of them, or maybe just enjoyed feeding a camel dates from my mouth || @sonyaustralia a7rii + FE 16-35mm f4
24 18942 days ago
A night in absolute luxury at @kamkamdunes in the Sahara desert. Couldn't help but have a night to chill out from chasing photos. It started with jamming away on a 3 string guitar, soon more drums came out till a massive group was gathered around the fire pit, singing away till the Early hours. It was one of those moments I had to kick myself and look where I was. Cheers to @kamkamdunes for having me!
46 25772 days ago
Getting lost in the dunes. May have climbed up on the roof and hung for dear life as we explored || @sonyaustralia#a7rii + FE 70-200mm f4 G OSS
59 29623 days ago
It was too big too tall for my FE 16-35mm so here's the exit to the Gorge, pretty cool hanging out the side of the window like it was looking up at New York City.
P.s next stop is Byron Bay to hang with @willandbear. Can you believe it's actually warmer in Australia than where I am right now. Currently rugged up in blankets editing || #Morocco
46 22645 days ago
Froth overload, my first night in the Sahara. Rode camels for a couple of hours at sunset then camped in a small oasis underneath a giant sand dune || @sonyaustralia#a7rii + FE 16-35mm f/4
53 26288:22 AM Dec 6, 2017
The road to Zagora really needs to be taken slowly. Some beautiful spots along the way @sonyaustralia#rx1rii
25 18955:41 AM Dec 6, 2017
Most people totally miss this. We took a rundown and washed out road that led away from the highway. There wasn't much in the town at first. Weaved through the mud brick homes and came across this rundown kasbah nestled in the hill. Climbing sets of stairs and through corridors I found this room still intact lined with tiles. Absolutely beautiful. From memory this was built in the 1400's || @sonyaustralia#a7rii + FE 16-35mm f4
13 12205:06 PM Dec 5, 2017
Woke up camping in an oasis, amongst date palms and olive trees. The site was fully self sufficient, solar power, bore water, big paddocks of all sorts of organic produce. It's a must do in ouarzazate, the city is average in itself, heaps of movie studios.
15 16488:09 AM Dec 5, 2017
Name your best road trip! Over this rise we enter this stunning valley that looks similar to Grand Canyon but full of oasis's and Kasbahs, a mud castle with some dating back to 1500. It's really something else. Keen to share my next picture of that already! || @sonyaustralia#a7rii + FE 70-200mm f4 G OSS