Friday, February 25, 2011

Exmouth Novotel Ningaloo wedding - sneak peek

I knew that Aimee & Luke were going to have a great wedding when we met up a couple of days before, knowing that Tropical Cyclone Carlos was going to be hitting us on their wedding day and neither was ruffled at all!

We were even able to sneak in some Novotel Ningaloo pool time photographs before TC Carlos began pelting down the rain.

Congratulations to you Guys! xoxo

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Crazy February!

This month has been nutso and once again my blogging agenda has gone out the window!

We've had terrible weather with several cyclones including TC Carlos that came right over the top of us.

It kept us on Red Alert for over 30 hours & took out power to over 250 homes. We were OK through the cyclone, if a bit bored. And when the serious winds on the back side of TC Carlos hit, my youngest Ridgeback MatildaLily decided that she didn't like cyclones anymore - she gave me the very worried puppy look "Mama, I don't like the noisy storm, please make it stop!" after she hustled into my office, snugged up against me and just shook.

Happily, there was very little damage, just a bit of mess to clean up!

I've been busy with shoots of all kinds and hope to get photos up to share with you all ASAP. This guy will keep an eye on me to make sure I get it done!

Friday, February 4, 2011

NEWS: Qantas starts flights to Exmouth - from $99!!

Finally there is going to be some competition and you are no longer restricted to Skywest for your flights!

Qantas has officially opened bookings for Perth to Learmonth (the Ningaloo Reef's airport, located about 45kms south of Exmouth and just over 100kms north of Coral Bay)!

They currently have an introductory price on ONE WAY travel for these dates:
30/03 - 20/04 2011
10/05 - 07/07 2011
There are flights three times a week Wed, Fri & Sun.

This sale is only on from 02 - 09 February 2011 so don't miss it!!

Thursday, February 3, 2011

Red dust cloud over Exmouth

I went out for a relaxing snorkel yesterday afternoon and as I was heading back to shore I got to watch a thick band of red dust move in and form a huge pillar. It was pretty amazing to see!

While I'm glad I had my trusty compact Canon with me, it would have been super awesome to have my Big Girl Camera in my hands at the right time! Oh well, maybe next time :)