New Zealand trip

Well did you miss me. We are just returned from two weeks in the Land of the Long White Cloud. Weather stalled our outward bound trip and our return but other than a few miserable day the weather was crisp but okay-fine.
This was the first trip that I regularly wrote and drew in a journal. It definitely added to our trip. It was a RB Hardcover Journal

New Zealand certainly had my cameras clicking. Snow covered mountains, lakes and coastline feature but there was also time for some buildings and cultural items.

In the next few weeks I will be uploading entries from my journal and a lot of photos. I hope you enjoy them.

New layout of RB pages

It worries me that now when people click on to a page the products that it is available in are not visible. To encourage people to see what products are available I propose to add this sentence to the end of my descriptions and to encourage RB to do it automatically.

Please scroll to the bottom of the page to see the products which can be purchased with this design.

Fond Farewell

Today we paid a Fond Farewell to my Mum.
My apologies to all in my groups for neglecting them but whilst Mum was ill and then organising everything there was no time left for other things. Next week I will try to catch up, just need a breather first. KazM

my photo got Top Ten -1233 ABC Newcastle Portrait Prize

update –
So excited to be joining such a great group of finalists with Paul Bevan at the 1233 portrait prize announcement later today. Our work will be exhibited until December 2014.

So thrilled to be interviewed on the radio about one of the photos I entered into the competition as Kaz March, Poppy with the Pigeons. The judging was held today. It is sooooo exciting! Can’t wait for the results!

Just submitted 2 photos to this competition. One is a snapshot and the other is a set up shot and worked image. Would love you to have a look (they may not be moderated till Monday) and if you feel either are worth it please ‘like…

Mandala Magic

Do not neglect to click on the Google banner today (Friday 18th of July 2014), It takes you on a

Magical Mystery tour of Mandala’s Magnificent Mantras.
Wonderfully Worth the Seeing Seconds

kayak cameraman in Canberra

I came across this wonderful photography & healing story after listening to the very talented Robyn Archer being interviewed on Big Ideas – Arts (ABC TV) about the One River Project created as part of the Canberra Centenary.
“Well worth a look.


Paul Jurak began paddling on Lake Burley Griffin in 2011 as a way to rebuild body and mind after intensive chemotherapy. He paddles most mornings, photographing the various seasons, sunrises and sunsets and posting these in a blog. This beautiful collection of photographs shows a side of Canberra that most people wouldn’t experience, and it is simply stunning.