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Karijini Photo Tour transport

September 20th, 2022
Kalamina Gorge reflections, early morning, Karijini National Park. Adam Monk Photo tour of Karijini

Only 4 participants and a Landcruiser

I only take 4 participants on my Karijini photo tour, it’s a very small group by any tour standard, and the perfect number to fit into just one Landcruiser with camera gear. The Landcruiser is a lot more comfortable on the terrible roads within and around Karijini than the smaller Toyota Prados or Pajeros that you can normally hire locally. The Landcruiser is much roomier, especially the leg room, and the better suspension makes for a smoother ride on roads filled with corrugations and potholes…

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The other reason I don’t shoot on my Karijini photo Tour

September 18th, 2022
Kermits Pool in Hancock Gorge, Karijini National Park.

Why don’t I shoot on my Karijini Photo tour?

The other reason I don’t shoot while on my Karijini Photo Tour is about limited room at locations. Many of the locations in Karijini are narrow and shooting spots are few, so just 4 participants is the ideal number, especially without me hogging the best spot (not that I would do that anyway). If I don’t even carry camera gear the temptation to shoot is completely removed and I get my photography fix vicariously by ensuring all of my group get their best shots.

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Karijini Photo Tour 2023 Ready to go

September 12th, 2022

My Karijini Photo Tour for April 2023 is out and ready to book, actually its already half full. Since this tour is for an exclusive group of just 4 participants it means there are only 2 spots left.

Dales Gorge cascades sunset, Karijini National Park. Adam Monk Photo tour of Karijini

You can see all the details for the 2023 tour HERE>> and if you have any questions feel free to email me at tours@adammonk.com or give me a call on +61 415 854 179.

Where was this image shot?

The Image above is Dales cascades, one of the locations we shoot on tour. This image was shot on my pre tour reccie (before a private tour) 2 years ago, with the Phase One IQ3-100 digital back on the Cambo WRC400.

COVID19 Update 2022

May 3rd, 2022
Japan Photo Tour

Returning to Covid Normal

COVID is still around, but it does look like it’s reaching a state of “normality” where we are finally accepting that we must find a way to live with it… Which in Australia has definitely NOT been the policy so far.  So far we have been more “keep it out at all costs”,   Which means we have missed out on all the gruelling measures and the death toll that most of the world has been enduring.  

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Maiko and Geiko of Kyoto

September 9th, 2019
Japan Photo Tour - Geiko and Maiko of Kyoto

Japan – More than Autumn Colours

One of my favourite cultural events on our Autumn tours to Japan is our photo shoot with some of the Maiko and Geiko of Kyoto. Known to most westerners as Geisha. This is not a word they ever use in Kyoto. In Kyoto they are Geiko – literally “Woman of Art”, and Maiko, the apprentice Geiko – Literally “Girl of Dance”

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Photo tours priced in different currencies

September 6th, 2019
Japan Photo tour - Autumn leaves and water

Why we ask you to pay in JPY or US$ or €…

We price all of our international tours in the currency that our suppliers invoice us in. So Japanese Yen (JPY) for our Japan photo tours, Euro (€) for our European photo tours and US dollars (US$) for many countries that use the US$ for business, such as the Bhutan photo tour and Cambodia photo tour. Tours within Australia, such as our Tasmania Photo tour, The Karijini photo tour (in the amazing Pilbara Region of West Australia) or the Kimberley photo tour (returning soon) we price in Australian dollars (AU$) for the same reason.

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Street Photography in Japan

September 2nd, 2019

Continuing the story from the previous post about Autumn colours in Japan. Some of the more diverse range of photography we do in Japan during our Autumn Colours of Japan Photo Tour. Though not actually Autumn colours, the life on the streets is a big part of visiting Japan, so not including this would be like walking around with one eye closed all the time.

Shibuya crossing in Tokyo. Japan Photo tour with Adam Monk and Robert van Koesveld
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