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Auction | ‘Tree Family’, Swedish Lapland

Title Tree Family, Swedish Lapland Edition 1 of 8 Media Canson Edition Etching Rag 310gsm Size A2 Reserve AU$350 Price guide AU$800 Description 67°50’N 20°36’E | just outside of Jukkasjärvi, well inside the Arctic Circle, Sweden | early January | minus 26 celsius Gold Award – Australian Professional Photography Awards 2017 I got to this […]

WOHASU Foundation – Art & Happiness initiative

In 2021, David is excited to be collaborating with the WOHASU Foundation Art & Happiness initiative. Founded by Karen Guggenheim, the mission of the foundation is to create a positive, global community dedicated to implementing evidence-based practical tools based on the science of happiness – to increase awareness on happiness as a life choice, human […]

Swedish Lapland Tour bookings now open for January 2022

I know many of you are itching to travel again…the good news is we now have confirmed departures for January, 2022. BUT with travel to Sweden off the cards for the coming 2021 season, places in 2022 are filling fast! There are just 4 places left… If things drag out with ‘The Big C’ and […]

My Name is Dave, and I’m an Auroraholic

by David Evans Published November 10, 2019 in Escape – News Corp   WARNING: photographing the aurora borealis is addictive. ‘Is it as bright to look at as it is in photographs?’ This is the question I am most often asked about the aurora borealis. The answer is a frustrating, ‘well, that depends’. Having seen […]

Norway – The Definition of Vitality

by David Evans   The definition of ‘vitality’ is Norway in the summer, where cows eat so much they wear udder bras. I’m not joking. Sun at midnight is the antithesis of deep winter polar night. It emanates a glazed energy that makes grass grow lush and birds disoriented with insomnia. Much is written about […]

The original Ice Hotel in Swedish Lapland is cold comfort

by David Evans Published August 30, 2016 in Escape – News Corp   Check-in at Sweden’s Ice Hotel is like no other. “At 3.30pm there will be a lesson on how to sleep in your room,” said the glacier-blue-eyed blonde behind the desk. We laughed. The girl nodded knowingly, watching as we absorbed the gravity […]

Natural Wanders

A nice article by Sarah Nicholson in Escape over the weekend, about my, and 6 other travel photographer’s favourite places to photograph. And here is the printed version.

Why Gili Lankanfushi Maldives is the best hotel in the world

by David Evans Published June 27, 2015 in Escape – News Corp   MALÉ, the island capital of the Maldives, is one of the most densely populated islands on the planet, but I was stunned to see so many of its people out doing laps on motorbikes at 11pm, pausing often to check their phones. […]