The Sunday Snap 37

The need to disconnect from the world continues to grow, slowly becoming fed up with all the noise coming from all angles of life, always demanding but never giving.

Days like these on a remote beach help to forget about all the demands and provides an opportunity to reconnect with loved ones, and to sit and watch the waves knowing no one can reach you because there is no phone reception.

Until next time, happy shooting

The Sunday Snap 25

Finally the horror show of 2020 has come to an end, therefore I would like to wish everyone Happy New Year and (hopefully) 2021 is a whole lot better than last year for everyone.

Also, the Thief Images Photography Blog has recently reached a few milestones. Firstly, I’ve been blogging here on WordPress for 10 years and I’ll be the first to admit, I never expected it to last this long. The blog has undergone some changes over the years, even had periods of inactivity but I kept coming back and blogging, probably because other social media platforms are well, not for me.

Secondly, this is blog post number 301, personally this is mind blowing achievement as it goes hand in hand with the “I never expected it to last this long” comment. Here’s to another 300 blog posts.

The first post of 2021 will be a little different, decided to share a short YouTube video of an adventure. A group of mates (friends) finally called me on something I have been talking about for what might seem an eternity. To try and conquer a remote four wheel drive track in Western Australia called the Holland Track. Stretches for approx. 260 kilometers, the track can be challenging, technical and filled with deep muddy bog holes and after much pressure and persuasion, I planned a boys trip and we went for it.

Day one wasn’t without its challenges as we only covered 50 kilometers in just a little over 5 hours. As you can imagine it took several days of driving through beautiful scenery that constantly changed. It was an a really enjoyable trip and we are now trying to work out where the next trip should be, and who in 2021 will be planning it.

Until next time, happy shooting.

P.S Edited using Davinci Resolve 17 Beta – Its Free and is amazing video editing software. If video editing interest you, check it out. Link is Here,

The Sunday Snap 22

Its good to get away with mates to concentrate on other things, and its even better when its a boys trip attempting to conquer the Holland Track in remote Western Australia.

The Holland track is a remote track with a large number of huge bog holes filled with mud, and if you break down out there, well its along way to anywhere with phone reception.

It took us 3 days to complete the track and in hindsight, we probably should have pushed it another day as the track is not just hard on your body but also on your four wheel drive.

And yes, the bog hole in the above shot isn’t deep, its simply a teaser making you think the next one is the same only to discover its a lot deeper causing you heart to skip a beat or two.

With with exception of one vehicle, everyone else had vehicle damage to some degree or another. The vehicle in the above photo had to replace both cv’s and change diff oils and the vehicle below suffered rear panel damage and a broken tail light whilst trying to get out of a very deep bog hole, one swamped vehicle is going to take some time to dry out and the list goes on……….

With everything that happened, we all had an adventure creating memories and stories that will be told around camp fires for some time.

Now I’m off to find a good repair shop to fix the dents (Wife only knows about one of them!) until next time, happy shooting

The Sunday Snap 21

Climbed Mount Holland, Western Australia to watch the sunset after some of the hardest four wheel driving myself and group of friends have ever attempted, and we weren’t even half way!

The Holland Track is only 260 kilometers long and is pretty remote with incredibly tough obstacles to navigate. The track threw everything at us and we weren’t disappointed.

A great long weekend four wheel driving followed by a great number of beers around the camp fire at night.

Until next time…..Happy Shooting