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International traveller photo competition

International Traveller magazine and Travel Associates are running a photography competition ‘Opening doors to amazing travel experiences’. To enter we have to provide our best professional-standard travel photos following the theme of ‘Doorways’.

I entered this image from Singapore. Singapore always delights and surprises me. Luckily when staying at the Shangri-la was reading International traveler just before heading out to explore. Page 49 of Issue 33 suggested visiting Katong. I love when you find a place you never knew existed in a town you visit so often. It was such a fun day and I am so glad I captured this amazing house.

To all the traveling photography community- you have to enter this competition. Just for fun:

Wish me luck, and best of luck for you too!

Kate Xx
Time is precious. How many weekends away have seen you hang out at the airport or in a rental car longer than your time at the hotel pool or buffet? I want to discuss the very important recharging #staycation. If you are seeking to go away for the weekend, you need to hone in on your destination and your desires. Do you want a cultural jolt of theatre or art? Or, do you want to rest and relax as soon as possible? If you find a hotel for your weekend getaway or #staycation, make sure it has a good reputation on Trip advisor, or Google. There was a new hotel in Sydney getting great reviews called “Spicers” in Potts Point. So with my mum and dad babysitting the two little ones, we headed off for our first night away from the kids since our gorgeous two-year-old son was born.

Arriving at “Spicers” you are greeted with a beautifully restored large Victorian building. Every finish has been thought through, and the style combines old heritage charm with modern sleek style. As you walk down the c…

Water Woman

To move with the music
Is a beautiful thing
Forever captured 
Like a diamond ring 

Hua Hin, Thailand

The quiet night showed it delights.
A moon and an ocean danced.
My heart skipped a beat, my eyes widened, and my Leica clicked.....