Mar 11

Heading to Australia!

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I decided to move back to Sydney, Australia in the beginning of April this year. Looking forward to meet any droners out there by then! One of my first priorities will be to get out there and shoot some amazing wildlife shots of this amazing country.

 

I used to work and live in Australia a few years ago, so its more like a coming back home for me. If you're around, come and say hi anytime!

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