Shannon Coward
Shannon Coward
Shannon Coward

Shannon Coward

Aspiring journalist and photographer. Travel & Lifestyle blogger, Uni student, history lover, wanderer and avid nap taker.

Ye Olde Abbey Medieval Festival: Once a year history-nerds from across Australia gather for the explosion of history and culture that is the Abbey Medieval Festival.

Discovering China in the Melbourne Chinese Museum: discover one of Melbourne's best kept secrets in this educating and fascinating little museum, located in the heart of Chinatown.

QPAC's famous Front Yard Music will now be playing every night from 5-8pm. Click the picture for more info.

Me & Early & The Dying girl is an absolutely amazing, emotional roller-coaster of a film that is highly recommended to everyone!

The cast of Expression Dance Company's new production of 7 Deadly Sins, directed by the internationally acclaimed Natalie Weir.

Gorgeous Urban Prima clothing for the Sunshine Coast Fashion Festival.

At the ARIA Brisbane exclusive dinner with By Farr Wines.

The high energy of Hip Hop, combined with the muscle-toning experience of pilates, what could be a better idea? Click the photo for more information.

A delicious meal at the Marriott's Motion Bar & Grill.

Artist Diana Miller at the launch of her current solo exhibition, Moments in Spontaneum, on 21 August. Click the photo for more photos.

Lovely smiling people at the 20th anniversary of The Prop House.

Alex Perry at the Myer Fashion Show, at the kick-off of the Mercedes Benz Fashion Festival. Click the photo for more photos.

Perfect bridal inspiration at Westfield Garden City's latest event. Click on picture to see more photos.

Havana, Cuba Tirano Fidel : hundiste al digno pueblo cubano en la miseria y falta de libertad . Prefieren enfrentar a los tiburones , para no permanecer en la isla . No te diste cuenta que tu revolucion fracaso y arrastro a tu pueblo a la decadencia ?

Temple Monk, Mandalay, Burma

5 reasons Rome should be on everyone's Bucket List

Why You Should Visit Venice in Winter

Here's a new scene I've just finished working on from Venice...

even i black and white this is just stunning. Her eyes are so piercing and it even reminds me of The Young Afghan Girl by Steve McCurry