So, this is it. My last month of travelling. 34 days in New Zealand.
The month of October was spent with my pal Roo. He has been travelling round the world for the last several months so we decided to meet in the middle.
I have been in Australia for six weeks and It's been a funny one. Not just because it is the longest time I have spent in one country but it's the first time I've stopped and stayed still for a while.
The end of July to the 19th of August was spent in Malaysia with my friend Naomi for my last couple of weeks in SE Asia.
The month of June was spent travelling around the Philippines.
The month of May was spent in Vietnam.
A month of 40 °C heat, temples, trees, bats, beaches, islands, hammocks, morning swims, constellation nights, robbers and friends.
It is now Spring and I am now in Cambodia.
I have decided to take a break from the Mekong to meet up with friends and recharge. I am also running very low on film.
Today is my birthday and I am 24 years old.
Instead of being down the pub for a few swifts, today I have been waist deep photographing in the backwaters of the Mekong River in southern Laos.
Between Two Rivers is a short film contemplating my father's four year adventure around the world in the 70's.
Ansel Adams once said, “The photograph is the equivalent of what you have seen and how you felt.”