All that I am, all that I ever was…

I am more than my mental health. I am more than my homelessness. I am more than any one aspect of me. I am Addy. And this is…


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Celebrating Thirteen Years in Australia

Today marks the thirteenth anniversary of the worst decision I ever made in my life; emigrating to Australia. If I could have my time again I would never (in a million years) have come to this godforsaken, sociopathic country as it has done nothing but destroy my soul and leave me a hollow, empty, disenfranchised shell. But, alas, I cannot. So I can only try to focus on the good that my adopted ‘home’ has given me.

As such, in celebration of this auspicious day, I have decided to share thirteen of my favourite photos that were taken on Australian soil.

Hopefully you will enjoy gazing upon them.

~ Click each image to enlarge ~

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Ten years in Australia: #2. The Red Centre

This week marks the tenth anniversary of my arrival in Australia!

In celebration, throughout this week I will be sharing some of my favourite photograhs of this great country.

The Red Centre (Northern Territory, 2008) © Addy

My time in Central Australia was brief and plagued with vicious mood swings and mental health incidents so photography was, alas, not high on my agenda. However, on occasion I was able to indulge in this passion to capture some of the greatest landscape and wildlife images I’ve ever shot.

This particular landscape was taken on a weekend excursion into the MacDonnell Ranges, west of Alice Springs, and is arguably my favourite photograph that I’ve taken in the last five years. The emptiness of the vast sky and deep colours of the earth have haunted me ever since.