Welcome to the online presence of Muzz Handley Photography.
Within these web walls you will find hundreds of images from the sea to the mountains and lots in between.Images that will hopefully inspire, motivate and rekindle memories of times and places and events, some good and some bad.
Probably a classic example of the bad was the oil on the beach at Papamoa when the MV Rena ran aground on Astrolab reef of Tauranga those years ago. Couple that with the next image of a glorious sunset from about the same spot after the marathon effort from the locals and the defence girls and guys to clean up. Sometimes we all need reminding of these things as we appreciate our local environment and a well sited image does that in spades.
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The latest three blog posts are just below and any questions or comments please do drop a line…
This is also the home of the White Tui image that brought so much pleasure to many people.
The Facebook reaction was extraordinary and many personal comments were made regarding these birds and the effect and feelings that so many people have for them. To see a image of a white one brought out many touching comments that will stay in the memory.
Was a not so easy image to get but at the end was just so rewarding with the reactions received.
Many of the well known and photographed spots in the Coromandel always have plenty of visitors coming and going, like the famous Cathedral Cove and the Hot Water Beach, among others. But there is much more to be seen, it just takes some looking and a bit...read more
Facebook Instagram flikr The old wharf piles at Burke Street in Thames in the Coromandel are a bit of a photographers magnet. Its a little bit like the Wanaka Tree in its ability to attract attention but it has no glorious mountain back-drop to...read more
Facebook Instagram flikr So true are these words when i was just doing a bit of "carry the heavy camera bag up and around the Mount" for some resistance training. Thats my excuse anyways. The first hint of a awesome sunset was when you look at...read more