My name is Taiya and I’m in Year 8 at Calderwood Christian School.
For many years I have been passionate about photography and have recently put together an exhibition to raise money for a trip to Vanuatu.
With a group from my church, I will visiting Port Vila and building water tanks, chicken coops, assisting churches, doing eye tests and providing people with glasses.
I am so excited to be a part of the trip in July and am hoping that I will be able to raise enough money to cover the airfare and help buy supplies for the people there, such as building materials and medical supplies. With your help, I’m hoping to raise $2,000!
Deciduous* trees illuminated by the morning sun at Southern Highlands Winery. *On this shoot, I learnt that deciduous refers to a tree or shrub that...View full product details
This is another photograph from my recent trip to Victoria. I quite like the reflections of the boathouse in the lake and all the greenery...View full product details
I took this photo of a Great Egret gracefully flying along the Murray River while Outback a few years ago. I was surprised to learn...View full product details
This was also my capture of the day. I took about 50 photos before I got this one and I liked it. This image is currently...View full product details
This photograph is not what I’d usually want to capture, but I found the vibrant, striking street art in the laneways of Melbourne amazing. Every artwork...View full product details
This photograph is of the Breakwater Lighthouse in Wollongong. What I like most about it is how the near silhouettes of the lighthouse and boats...View full product details
This is probably one of my favourite photographs. I like how the morning sun illuminates all the autumn leaves, making them seem like they’re glowing. ...View full product details
This is probably one of my favourite photographs. I love how you can see the detail in the bee and the lavender. I like the...View full product details
During a trip in Tasmania, we went to Mt Field National Park 64 km northwest of Hobart. Although it was rather cold and rainy, the...View full product details