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Head of Bight
Head of Bight, a must do for any traveler who passes by this iconic natural birthing and playground to the Southern Wright Whale. The Whale center is a popular stop point, one visit the number of 4Wd and Caravans was over 25. The whale viewing platform is brilliant and gives access to thousands of tourists each season. The whales are amazing we spent many enjoyable hours watching these mammoths of the sea and there young. 5 meters long at birth 600 liters of milk from the mother each day.
Heliskiing in New Zealand
Heliskiing travel with Methven Heliski operations an hour from Christchurch in South Island of New Zealand. From their Helipad base on Glenfalloch Station farm, groups of skiers and snowboarders are shuttled up into the mountain range with helicopters to ski and snowboard spectacular powder snow covered mountain in the wilderness, which includes a stop for lunch on snow with beautiful and stunning scenic views.
Abstract images from various man made or natural sources. They have interesting shapes or textures and can be used in many different ways, including basic art work.
Landscapes from around the world and local to where I live
Anything found in nature
Royal Australian Navy 100th Anniversary
Warships from 17 nations, including the United States and China, have arrived in Sydney Harbour to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the establishment of Australia's navy. Thousands of people lined the harbour shores on Friday to watch the warships sail into Australias largest city. Seven Australian vessels also entered the harbour in single file to recall October 4, 1913, when the countries first seven warships steamed into the harbour.
Alhama De Murcia - Semana Santa 2017
Spain is known especially for its Holy Week traditions or Semana Santa. The celebration of Holy Week regarding popular piety relies almost exclusively on the processions of the brotherhoods or fraternities. These associations have their origins in the Middle Age, but a number of them were created during the Baroque Period, inspired by the Counterreformation and also during the 20th and 21st centuries. The membership is usually open to any Catholic person and family tradition is an important elem
Birds in Limelight
Giraffes at Taronga Zoo Sydney
Giraffes or Giraffa camelopardalis are one of the most popular attractions at Sydney's Taronga Zoo. It was opened 7 Oct 1916 and is located in Mosman on Sydney Harbour. Over 2,600 animals are kept at the zoo and around 340 different species. The Zoo sits on 21 hectares of land and the Taronga Zoo ferry service from Circular Quay takes approximately 12 minutes with spectacular views of the harbour to enjoy on the way.
Targa High Country
Targa High Country has been established for many years now. It is based around Mansfield in Victoria and famously finishes exuberantly at the top of Mt Buller. This year was well supported by a Porsche club and Lotus as well as the usual rally crowd. The "Targafest" meet and greet in Mansfield on Saturday evening is popular too. This year's surprise was the 5cm of snow on top of Mt Buller on Sunday morning! This is just a tiny sample of my images, contact me for more.
Isle of May razorbills
As one of the rarest auks in the world, the 2500 breeding pairs of razorbills (Alca torda) on the Isle of May are an important stronghold for this species. They are the closest living relative of the extinct great auk (Pinguinis impennis). Razorbills only come ashore to breed, spending most of their time at sea, diving up to 120m to feed on small fish. They pair for life and lay a single egg each year, although less than 70% of chicks survive to fledgling on the Isle of May.
Images of Raptors common to Peel Region, Western Australia. Including portrait and behavioural. Including Osprey Pandion haliaetus; Black Shouldered Kite Elanus caeruleus.
A beautiful landscapes and sunset can find here
Isle of May guillemots
With around 45,000 guillemots (Uria aalge) present during the spring and summer, the Isle of May is an important breeding colony for these large auks. Guillemots, or murres, spend most of their time at sea, only coming ashore to breed. They make no nest, but lay a single egg on the bare rock of cliff faces. Bridled guillemots with a white ring around the eye are a polymorphism that represent about 10% of the population on the Isle.
A Selection of Underwater Images.
The images displayed in this profile have all been photographed underwater to show a selection of my Global Eye Portfolio and is a fair representation of my key subjects covering underwater editorial photography. The images have all been photographed using the superb Nikonos Camera System coupled with the equally-brilliant Kodak reversal film, namely- Ektachrome Professional film and to a lesser extent Kodachrome, Fuji Super G Press film for indoor low-light shooting also consumer Elitechrome.
Raptors are beautiful and intriguing creatures, the epitome of wildness and freedom; their very existence adds quality to our lives. These beautiful birds are residents of The Raptor Trust, one of the premier wild bird rehabilitation centers in the United States,recognized as a leader in the fields of raptor conservation and avian rehabilitation. Many birds are cared for and released back into the wild; those who injuries are severe live out their lives at the facility.
Klaipeda Port, Lithuania
The Port of KlaipÄ—da is a seaport located in KlaipÄ—da, Lithuania. It is one of the few ice-free ports in northernmost Europe, and the largest in Lithuania. It serves as a port of call for cruise ships as well as freight transport. Regular passenger ferry lines connect to Kiel, Karlshamn and other European cities.
The north of Thailand with the beautiful Town Chiang Mai
Travel the World - See the Sights.
Travelling the globe has never been easier for the adventurous. It is hard to imagine travellers not having the most-modern image capturing device in this technology savvy world - no longer does the 'happy-snapper' have to worry about technical details like ASA rating, aperture and fields of focus, bags of filters, and of course - film. We all know film will live on forever - even if we must go back to home processing!. Which is better, digital or film? Something to ponder on, perhaps.
Croatia is popular not only among tourists, but also among photographers. Especially Istria with its beautiful landscape, but also Dalmatia with its barren landscape is very attractive for photographers.
Organ Pipes National Park
The Organ Pipes in Victoria, is a set of basalt columns was formed by the cooling and cracking of molten lava about a million years ago and are the most well known feature of the park. Also Rosette Rock, a radial array of basalt columns that look like the spokes of a wheel.
In here there random images from animals to black and whites of stairs. There are sunrise images, images from Mount Glorious.
People of all ages, types, backgrounds, shapes and sizes at work and play.
Red hibiscus flower Hibiscus rosa-sinensis
The hibiscus flower is traditionally worn by Tahitian and Hawaiian girls. If the flower is worn behind the left ear, the woman is married or in a relationship. If the flower is worn on the right, she is single or openly available for a relationship. The hibiscus is Hawaii's state flower. Dried hibiscus is edible, and it is often a delicacy in Mexico. It can also be candied and used as a garnish. The roselle (Hibiscus sabdariffa) is used as a vegetable. The tea is popular as a natural diuretic
A collection of Domestic and Wild Mammals
Floriade is an annual event not just a few flower beds. It's 7 years since I last took the camera. This year's theme is "Life in Bloom". There is a bit of a carnival and a lot of visitors. So I captured some of that as well as the flowers themselves.
Thorobred Horse racing
The sport of kings. Horse racing is amazing to watch. When you're standing next to the track and you see these thoroughbreds racing at full gallop, weighing approx 500kg, towards the finish line with a jockey on board who weighs no more than about 50kg, it's a sight to behold. You never forget the sound of their hooves pounding the ground as they go racing past at full speed.
The surrounding bay is quite beautiful with it's elusive Southern Wright Whales,Humpback Whales and Seals Australian and New Zealand fur seals in separate coves.
Various photographs of wild and domestic birds from around the world
Australian Native Birds
Australia and its offshore islands and territories have 898 recorded bird species (as of 2014) of which over 45% are classified as Australian endemics: found nowhere else on earth. Australian species range from the tiny 8 cm weebill to the huge, flightless emu. I have always been fascinated by birds since I was a child, and Australian avifauna makes up a large portion of my personal image library. I hope you enjoy the images I share with you a much as I enjoyed tracking down each species and
The Eastern State Penitentiary, also known as ESP, is a former American prison in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. and was operational from 1829 until 1971. Home to such notorious criminals such as Al Capone, it is now a U.S. National Historic Landmark and is kept as a "preserved ruin."
LEOPARDS ON MOVE
THIS LIGHTBOX CONTAINS THE IMAGES OF LEOPARD RUNNING WIHT LIGHTENING SPEED
Beer, a seaside town in Devon, England.
Mostly images of a few brave holiday makers braving a typical British summers day and some beach scenes featuring a few small fishing boats.
Western Australian Seahorses
West Australian Seahorse, Hippocampus subelongatus, taken during a night scuba dive at a disused bulk jetty south of Perth Western Australian marine life is more approachable and visible at night
Spring Bulbs and Gardens
A collection of photos of spring bulbs, and flowering bulbs. Including vistas of masses of colourful tulips, daffodils and hyacinths, glorious spring gardens at Keukenhof, Holland, woodland glades and close up photos of individual blooms. Sunny springtime garden photographs.
Various birds in the Swedish fauna.
Beach on a perfect Autumn day
The different beach scenes and activity of people at play captured on a perfect Autumn day on the North Coast of N.S.W. at Lennox Head near Byron Bay Australia.
Surfers and the Ocean
These photos represent the Ocean and it's power. Surfers alone with their surfboard, mother nature in all it's glory. The ocean can be something that creates both fear and fun. Surfing represents different things to different people. Fitness, art, freedom, expression.
Various examples of Architecture from around the world
I am based in Florida, USA. My love is to capture and present the beauty of the land and water. Included you will find a sample of some of my favorite photos depicting the beaches and rivers here in Florida
Vilnius, capital of Lithuania.
Assorted color Western Wildflowers.
Spring brings new life in the mountains along with that are the multitude of colorful wildflowers that dot the mountains and valleys along the Rocky Mountains colors from dark blues to bright yellows along with reds and orange and many more that is what makes springtime and summer in the western mountains so wonderful.
Trakai Castle, Lithuania
Trakai Island Castle (Lithuanian: TrakÅ³ salos pilis) is an island castle located in Trakai, Lithuania on an island in Lake GalvÄ—. The construction of the stone castle was begun in the 14th century by KÄ™stutis, and around 1409 major works were completed by his son Vytautas the Great, who died in this castle in 1430. Trakai was one of the main centres of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania and the castle held great strategic importance.
Painting with Light - Fireworks
A colourful selection of images all created from fireworks.
Bitexco Financial Tower
Saigon's most recognized building, the Bitexco Financial Tower dominates the skyline.
These images capture sandsurfing, or sandboarding, in the dunes of Dubai and South Africa. It is a recreational activity and takes place on sand dunes rather than snow-covered mountains.
North Beach Moods
Images at various times of day, various activities, early morning through to sunset and different weather conditions at North Beach, West Australia
Wildlife in the Canberra suburbs. I live across from a pond used to protect the Murrumbidgee from storm water pollution. It proves you don't need to go to exotic locations and sit in hides for days with 600mm lenses to get good wildlife images. I took these shots over 3 weeks on about 7 hourish walks around Stranger pond. These all have wings but other Aussie animals are there too. Some shots were only 100-150 meters from my front door; even the shots of the Egret catching the carp.