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Roving-Eye Gallery update and newsletter #11 for September 2021

Hello to everyone and thank you to the new subscribers.. welcome aboard!

With the September update just uploaded head to What's New! | and you can scroll back month by month for a catch up for previous months too!


Great news is that the 2022 Calendars are in the works!

As of this writing I’m not quite ready to formally announce availability until the proofs are done, pricing is finalised and stock is actually at hand.. but you can get a preview of the calendar which, for the first time, will be available in A3 and A4 sizes each with their own unique set of images!


Please head over to 2022 Calendars | and take a look!


When it’s ready to launch I will send out a separate email letting you know they are hot to trot because it’s going to be a strictly limited edition run.. the plan is for just 100 A4 and 50 A3 calendars so you’re going to want to jump on it to secure your order early!


The other great news is, for a brief time at least before shut down again, we were able to travel and I wasted no time getting a few days on the road to cover some other areas!


Of particular note was a location called “Bald Rock” north of Tenterfield which is Australia’s largest granite outcrop and it literally sits on the edge of Queensland!


As I will be doing from now on I will be using my Google Street view camera whenever I see a blank area on their maps with few or no pictures and I will do something about that so others can see what it is like!


At Bald Rock I walked up the steeper track that goes up the rock face and it came out well! Check it out at On

Google Maps and Street View | so I hope you take a look and see what I’m talking about!


Other highlights of the trip include Apsley Falls in the mountains behind Port Macquarie and coastal sights such as the Byron Bay hinterland and the very picturesque Lennox Head and Yamba townships.


I did a drone video compilation of it all so you might want to take a look and may as well subscribe to the channel while you’re there since there will be a ramping up of videos from next month as travel restrictions are expected to ease stage by stage… video at


In a funny twist September started and ended with plenty of storm activity.. kicking off the first week with extreme surf whipped up by a strong southerly for days and ending the month with an evening lightning show that heralded what many call “storm season”.. I can hardly wait for more!


I hope you enjoy the photos and video gathered this month as well as the google street view innovations.. and I will continue in the same vein with several new formats I will go into at in the next newsletter so hang around for some serious fun stuff coming down the pipeline!


Take care and thank you for reading this far and sharing the journey!

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