"A Life of Adventure"
Darren in his spare time is a passionate adventurer, philanthropist and photographer.
He is currently employed full-time as a Senior Wealth Manager in Sydney Australia with Ord Minnett Private Wealth. www.ords.com.au
Photography provides Darren with the creative outlet to capture amazing, breathtaking and memorable moments in life through the lens.
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Without a doubt the best time for any photographer is the early morning or late evening when the colours are constantly changing. From a personal perspective, it is also the best time of the day when you can welcome in the morning or night with such awareness and clarity. This photo was taken at Mona Vale Pools a few weeks back, must be time to set the early alarm again very soon.
"Mona Vale Rock Pool" - Sydney
I was very tempted this morning for a swim….it looked very inviting at the Mona Vale Rockpools. Not too long after this photo, about 8 swimmers came that I would guess were all over the age of 70+, what champions!!.
Amazing photo opportunities though!!! :0) thanks to Erik.
Photo courtesy of climbing team mate Erik Åkerberg.
"On a Denali High"
One of our team members Chantal stands on the summit ridge of Denali (Mt McKinley) in Alaska around 20,200ft. Either side of the ridge is massive shear drop that would result in certain death with a fall. As the famous saying goes, “What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger”.
Photo courtesy of teammate Erik Akerberg
"Panoramic Sunshine Coast"
I managed to capture this sunset on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland the other month. It was taken with my medium format panoramic Noblex 150 using Fuji Velvia 100 film. It is certainly hard to go past the medium format German made Noblex for panoramic photography.