I'm doing it! I'm posting another Field of Lights shot because Bokeh! 😍😍 Longitude is literally around the corner from the field which makes it easy to sneak back in the middle of the night, lol. (I'm joking, don't do that!) The majority of guests who stay at Longitude stay for 2-3 nights but we got 4 nights so we got to double up on the activities we loved. Can you guess what I picked? 😂😜 @longitude131 #

11 Hours ago

Good morning! I'm sharing a rare photo of the elusive Dreamboat, he's a sneaky one to get a good shot of. 😂😂 This is the Walpa Gorge at Kata-Tjuta, I've shared a number of shots from here in the past. Our guide from Longitude 131° was an absolute legend and gave me a lot of freedom to break away from our small group and take photos. I actually didn't realize but the guides working in and around Uluru, at least the Longitude ones, need to complete a 6 month course to learn about the local culture. Isn't that awesome? @longitude131 #

19 Hours ago

Everyone is asking me whether I visited the Field of Light while I was staying at Longitude and I absolutely did, it's right around the corner. Haha. I've mentioned before that Longitude is an all inclusive property and one of their signature activities is their Uluru sunset followed by a visit to the Field of Light at dusk and an outdoor dinner at Table 131. Once you're back at your room the fire is lit and the outdoor bed is set up with a luxury swag. Did I take advantage and sleep outdoors? Heck no! Lol. I am an air conditioning addict and I don't have it at home. I slept under a thick blanket with the air con on full ball. The Field of Lights has recently announced another year out at Uluru so you've got until March 2018 to visit this stunning installation by Bruce Munro. @longitude131 #

1 Days ago

It's still the morning on the Gold Coast so I'm going to say good morning. I may have had a few wines and champagnes with some of the GC insta-crew last night! 🙊 Anyway, THIS is Longitude 131°, this is part of what makes the place so amazing! Uluru is kind of hot at this time of year so I limited my walks and tours to early mornings and late afternoons. The rest of the time I stayed in air conditioned bliss in my tented room or chilled in the breeze on my day bed looking out over the rock. It was perfect! The reason for my delayed posting from Uluru is that the area is so culturally sensitive that I submit my images for approval before posting them and National Parks check everything first. You need to see it with your own eyes! This place is incredible. ❤️❤️ @longitude131 #

1 Days ago

Although I've been to Uluru 6 times I can't believe that this is the first time I've been up in a helicopter! Longitude 131°, where I stayed this time, is an all inclusive property. By all inclusive I mean that EVERYTHING is included with your stay; airport transfers, meals, alcohol, tours and activities, internet and even the (amazing) mini bar in your luxury tent. Because I was there for a four night stay one of my included activities was a scenic flight with @professional_helicopters 🚁🚁🚁, what a trip to see Uluru and Kata-Tjuta from the air! I'll obviously share more shots but loved the light in this one! @longitude131 #

2 Days ago

Good morning, I can finally share what I've been up to recently ... I've been in Uluru! ❤️❤️ For those of you that don't know, Uluru is just about my favorite place in Australia and I was there for five days with Dreamboat staying at Longitude 131°, aka a gorgeous tented property overlooking Uluru itself. Longitude was previously the only place in Uluru that I hadn't stayed at as this was my 6th visit to the red centre! Funnily enough I also got quite a cloudy, rainy trip which is very unusual for the desert but super usual for me. Haha. It's been like that every time I've been to Uluru. 😂☔️❤️ @longitude131 #

2 Days ago

I am all over the interwebs today! I just shared a big post on Facebook to a group I'm a part of, all about Instagram! I'm offering to share a free PDF with Instagram tips and my inbox has gone gang busters, 100 emails and climbing! Since I'm already going to be spending all weekend replying to everyone feel free to reach out to get a copy - it's info @laurenbath.com AND, if you're an influencer or aspiring influencer I have also just launched my next Travel Bootcamp conference that teaches people how to get paid to travel. The link is in my profile if you want to add your name to the mailing list or take advantage of early bird pricing. It's going to be in Melbourne in April! I love you all! 😘😘😘

6 Days ago

When your camera roll looks like this TIMES TEN but you can't share anything because you're trying to pitch an exclusive story on poaching!! 😩😩😩 #sneakpeek @bumihillsfoundation 🐘🐘

6 Days ago

Alright, it's my last post from my weekend getaway at Rydges South Bank! I had such a lovely time and I love getting away to Brisbane. This is Kangaroo Point, about a twenty minute walk from the hotel. I absolutely love this place for photography, you can't get a bad shot! Even though it was Sunday afternoon there were enough boats around for me to capture some light trails. Thanks Rydges for a great weekend, taking me to Cirque du Soleil, feeding me and the much needed down time. 😍 @RydgesSouthBank #

7 Days ago

Is there anything better than a wide window sill in your hotel room? I enjoyed reading in this nook and actually did take some time to enjoy the serenity. Someone already asked me if I was enjoying the book in my previous photo (Jojo Moyes, The Ship of Brides) and I'm happy to say I read the whole book over the weekend. Now that's my idea of a weekend away. @RydgesSouthBank #

8 Days ago

There's nothing like breakfast in bed when you're away on an escape, I loved the food on the weekend with Rydges South Bank and especially all the pastries! 🥐🥐🥐 Poor Dreamboat finally got to realise the pain of the breakfast flat lay and waited (im)patiently while I took a photo or ten. 🙊📷 @RydgesSouthBank #

8 Days ago

Good morning! Well I've had a little Insta-break over the weekend with my account playing up but it turned out to be a great thing as I was able to enjoy a little escape up in Brisbane! Thanks to Rydges South Bank, Dreamboat and I got to stay, taste and adventure our way through the weekend just an hour away from home. From dinner at Stokehouse restaurant to a matinee performance of Cirque Du Soleil's 'Kooza' and lots of time to relax we had an awesome break. 🍷🍝🤡 This was sunset from Kangaroo Point, one of my favorite go-to shooting locations in Brisbane and the place I took my first ever night shots around five years ago. 💜❤️ @RydgesSouthBank #

9 Days ago

Even though my current top 12 Olympus shots have been posted out of order this is the last one and probably my equal favorite with the Arctic Fox! I know it's the Wanaka tree and I know it's been shot 7 billion times but it really is pretty! Haha. This was the New Zealand trip where I had a camera out of action and only a zoom lens to shoot on so my 40-150 f2.8 got a great work out! It was a 5 second shutter speed on a foggy morning. @Olympus_Au #OlympusInspired

15 Days ago

It's my second last post for my top 12 Olympus shots of the year and this was another recent one; a sassy baby elephant in Madikwe South Africa! This guy literally slayed us, we were in hysterics! So much sass, ALL the sass! I initially missed the maximum sass as my camera settings were in aperture priority mode and I'd been in the sun before seeing this guy in the shade. After some whip fast adjustments (increase ISO, open aperture a stop) I got this! What a dude! 🐘 @Olympus_Au #OlympusInspired

16 Days ago

Some of you might remember this one as it wasn't too long ago that I was in Norfolk Island taking it! I have always been fascinated by waves. When I took this I was shooting on the E-M1 Mark I and Jewels had her Mark II already but couldn't process her raw files for months, in fact I don't think she's even gone back to these edits. Lol. So anywhoo this was a high speed shot of a very sick looking wave rolling in and a bird magically in frame. 🌊 @Olympus_Au #OlympusInspired

16 Days ago

So I'm reposting this image because I posted it a few hours ago and I described chasing a peacock that was _____. (A word starting with H that instagram apparently hates). I've been locked out of my account ever since. Lol. I can understand that Instagram is just keeping it clean but found it hilarious that I was talking about a bird. Anywhoo, this is take 2! Still working on my top 12 Olympus shots for the year and a handful still to go. I loved this because I've wanted a peacock photo like this since forever! @Olympus_Au #OlympusInspired

17 Days ago

Good morning!! I didn't touch social media yesterday and I wasn't even hungover. That's a true sign of maturity. 😂😂 I hope everyone had a fabulous New Year! I'm still posting my fave Olympus shots from 2016 and down to the last 5! This was taken in the Dana Nature Reserve on the 40-150 lens. I'd been shooting some wide angle landscapes but the scene was too cluttered, lots of rocks and scrubs. As soon as I got the telephoto lens on I did start to get some shots I loved. 🌞 This was on the tripod, not hand held, and my settings were ISO 100, f 16 and 1/2 second. @Olympus_Au #OlympusInspired

17 Days ago

More of my Olympus top 12 count down, I better get a move on because it's New Year tonight!! Haha. Wow, this year has been truly amazing and wonderful and crazy! I started my own conference with two inspirational and passionate women and we didn't kill each other (yet 😈). I've been on 135 flights to places far and wide. I took thousands of photos and travelled to new places. I just, I can't yet. I can't formulate into words how I'm feeling! So here is my favorite South Africa Olympus shot, mister hornbill. HAPPY NEW YEAR! 🍾❤️🎉🎉🎉🎊🎊 @Olympus_Au #OlympusInspired

19 Days ago

I love the memories I have of this shot, taken in Tasmania with two of my best friends in the world! We had envisioned a sunrise picnic in the wildflowers with Moët but unfortunately it was bucketing down so we had to get creative! After we took some photos we cleaned our shoes on the road and drank to making memories. 🌸🍾 #CelebrateTheNow #MoetMoment

20 Days ago

I'm still counting down my favorite Olympus shots for 2016 and this one was a surprise entry! I actually feel like I'm almost seeing too many amazing things because I loved the landscape of Phillip Island (off the coast of Norfolk Island) but I thought it was normal. Haha. When I posted this initially there was a huge amount of feedback and surprise! I was lugging heaps of camera gear on this fairly intensive hike so I was glad for how light the E-M1 Mark I was in the scheme of things. I shot this hand held on the 40-150 PRO series f2.8 lens and my settings were ISO 200, f5.6, 1/320 seconds. @Olympus_Au #OlympusInspired

20 Days ago