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These limestone caves are the main attraction at Borenore. Just a short drive from Orange, these caves and picnic grounds are a must do. Arch cave is a short walk near the picnic ground. Take your torch and view the stalagmites, stalactites. A 3.5km walk along Boree creek trail takes you to Verandah Cave, a large limestone overhang. You may be lucky to see a platypus or many of the bird species that inhabit the area. The eastern bent-winged bat hibernate in Tunnel Cave.
A folio showcasing a variety of subjects, from images of children and families through to natural history and urban/rural locations. Most images are candid real life situations while others are metaphors. We are happy to email a small selection of similar images, at no cost, to suit your current needs. Don't forget to talk to us about: DISCOUNTS FOR BULK PURCHASES : PHOTOGRAPHY COMMISSIONS : GRAPHIC DESIGN : PHOTOSHOP EXPERTISE
Cars - Classic & Vintage - 1
A different perspective of some beautiful Vintage and Classic cars!
High Dynamic Range photography (HDRI or HDR) is a technique used in photography to reproduce a greater dynamic range of luminosity than possible using standard photographic techniques. HDR images can represent a greater range of luminance levels found in real-world scenes, from direct sunlight to faint nebula. It is often achieved by capturing and then combining different exposures of the same subject matter through a built-for-purpose application. It's not everyone's taste, but I love it!
Maya Bay, Phi Phi Island
The exotic Island of Phi Phi Leh is home to the beautiful 'Maya Bay', location for the hit movie 'The Beach'. The water here is a vivid pure aqua hue, tending towards aqua green or blue depending on the time of the day. These photos were taken in the early morning with polarised filter to capture the depth of intensity of this site. This is truly one of the most amazing locations of the Phi Phi archipelago, in the Andaman Sea. Once immersed in the waters of Maya Bay you may never want to leave.
Oakbank Jumps Racing
Berlin - German Capital
Berlin is the capital city of Germany with a population of 3.4 million. It is a major centre of culture, politics, media, and science in Europe. The Berlin Wall between East and West Berlin was built in 1961 completely separating the two halves of the cit until the wall was breached on 9 November 1989. In October 1990 the East and West Germany were reunified as the Federal Republic of Germany, and Berlin became the German capital.
Beaches of the NSW Mid North Coast
The laid back lifestyle of the NSW Mid North Coast is exemplified in the way so many of its citizens enjoy the multitude of beaches. Surfing, fishing, boating, swimming or just walking in quiet contemplation are all offered to both young and old residents of the coast. Day by day the beaches change with tides, seasons and weather. Sometimes you may be delighted by the sparkle of sun on waves; other times the skies may be moodily overcast. Always there will be inspirational light effects.
Motocross riders in action.
Motocross is a type of extreme sport, physically demanding and held in all-weather conditions. Races are held on off-road circuit with natural obstacles. Action images, taken on sport events in Astbury and Warmingham tracks near Manchester and Stoke-on-trent, England as part of Cheshire North West Championship. Gallery contains pictures of motocross riders in the various categories like: Autos, 65 cc, Small Wheel, Big Wheel, Schoolboy, Adult and Veterans.
Adelaide Cup Carnival
The Adelaide Cup Carnival is a major thoroughbred horse racing carnival held in March each year.
Stockton is the only suburb of Newcastle north of the Hunter River. The area is only 5 minutes by ferry from the city but otherwise quite isolated and compact which has allowed it to keep its heritage and character.
Bolivia - La Paz and surrounds
Farm Country Grain Harvest
These images capture the activity on the Canadian prairies as the members of the farming community toil to bring in the crop they have nurtured all summer long. It is easy to capture images of men and women on harvesting equipment . It is not so easy to depict the stresses, joys and mental anguish felt by the community during this busiest of times.
Lake Agyle area
Photographs taken in the Lake Argyle (Western Australia) area during the Argyle Diamond Ord river Muster and includes swimming in Lake Argyle amongst the red cliffs and flying over the Argyle dadam, Argyle lake and Bungle Bungles
Floriade in Canberra
Floriade is the biggest flower festival in Australia, a spectacular celebration of spring, set in Canberra's Commonwealth Park as a commemoration of Australia's bicentenary and Canberra's 75th birthday. Each year the festival has a different theme and attracts thousands of local, interstate and overseas visitors.
New York City
New York is the city that never sleeps. It's the entertainment, media and financial capital of the world with many outstanding and iconic buildings that are instantly recognisable. These images provide a good cross section of life in the Big Apple
Beijing, China, host city for the 2008 Olympic Games, is also a treasure trove of cultural and architectural delights.
A collection of photos showing the vibrant,historic and new aspects of Melbourne.including architecture,buildings,transport,lifestyle and entertainment. All these high resolution images were captured from 2012 Winter to 2013 Summer.
Since I moved to the Nambucca Valley, I have spent many hours enjoying the views of and the activities on the Nambucca River. My home town of Macksville offers stunning views of the broad river and the mountains beyond, while the town of Nambucca Heads situated on the estuary of the river is one of the most beautiful settings I have ever seen. These two towns and the nearby towns of Bowraville and Scotts Head make up the community of the Nambucca Valley.
A collection of stock photography, mostly captured in the Kruger National Park in South Africa. The Kruger National Park is one of the largest game reserves in Africa. It covers an area of 19,633 square kms in northeastern South Africa, and extends 360 kms from north to south and 65 kms from east to west. It is proudly home to The Big 5!
Uzbekistan - Samarkand
Samakand in Uzbeksitan on the old Silk road was the caplital of the empire of Timur (Tamerlane)and has many architectural attractions including the Registan, Guri Amir Mausoleum, Shahi-Zinda and Bibi-Khanym Mosque.
Nature's art works
Without the interference of the human animal Nature continually creates beauty year round from what is available to us all: the earth and water, wind and rain, snow and ice, the seasons, and the passage of time.
Sunrise and sunset photos
Sunrise and sunset are ideal times for taking photographs as the sinking sun provides soft light that makes objects glow. It is also a time for photographs of objects silhouetted against a colourful sky.
FOOD: FRESH, GROWING, GATHERING, SELLING, BUYING,
Growing,buying,selling.....time is the essence. Just how long does it take for an apple to travel from the tree to the lunch box. Does it matter? Does it worry a vegetarian or is it only a problem for the meat eaters? What are the dangers of eating stale food? The colours & textures of food always influence our choices. Farms, back yards, markets, super markets, bush tucker, food groups. Colours, shapes, textures & patterns.
Tlingit and other totem poles
Tlingit totems identify a clan, tell a story, are memorials, or celebrate an event. The genealogy pole, usually erected in front of the house, indicates the clan of the mother. Figures on the poles are akin to family crests. Totemic symbols are usually animals ï¿½ bear, eagle or killer whale ï¿½ that once affected the destiny of the tribe.
Aboriginal Life Issues
Like all Australians, Aboriginal people are confronted by scores of issues daily. However, some issues really grab the attention of people on remote communities - funerals are one thing, also voting on polling day. When an Aboriginal person is elected to Parliament, many from the community and direct family come to town to celebrate in their own unique way. Religion is also a strong influence in many communities.
Girl at beach with sunhat
Girl at beach with sunhat and sunglasses. Pictures taken in Greece on a remote beach. A section of the pictures are also with woman in water. This lightbox contains pictures from two different times so thay are separated by color theme.
A set of monochrome and colour images depicting the enormous range of relationships that we loosely call friendship. "Us girls", "me mates", "the gang", "the boys" imply friendships that go beyond the bonds of common age or interestS. Shared values, trust, dependence, partnership & commitment, elevate friendship to the genuine comfort zone of enduring mateship.
Old automobiles are categorized according to age. Car collectors talk, in chronological order, about antique cars, Brass Era cars, vintage cars and classic cars, but the classification criteria may vary between countries. A vintage car is usually defined as being built between 1919 and 1930, but this lightbox includes automobiles from 1911 to 1932. There are a couple of automobiles whose names you may not even have heard before.
Birds - Australian Native 3.
All sizes of Australian Birds - Small to Large are represented here. From the tiny Eastern Yellow Robin to an Australian Bustard along with the unusual such as a Magpie feeding here "adopted" huge baby Channel-bill Cuckoo and many more....
Macquarie Island Wildlife
Macquarie Island is just a speck in the vast southern ocean but it is home for an incredible number of birds and animals. There are four species of albatross that breed on the island; Wandering, Grey Headed, Black Browed and Light-Mantled Sooty Albatross. There are four penguin species; Gentoo, King, Rockhopper and Royal. Plus there's the Elephant Seals and Antarctic Fur Seals and numerous itinerant visitors who come and go throughout the year.
Cape Town, South Africa
Cape Town has many tourists sights. A trip out to Cape Point will take you along the engineering feat of the Chapmans peak road. Drop into Boulders beach where you can see penguins. The Cape Point is a very windy location. In the vercinity are baboons, ostrich and other animals. A visit to the cape would not be complete without a visit to the wineries.
Birds - Pacific Baza.
There are two Pacific Bazas - Aviceda subcristata - photographed in the country area of North Queensland, Australia and shown here. The first, an immature bird, was perched on a tree branch, under the canopy of leaves, eating a grasshopper-like insect it had caught. Nearby, both parents observed the young bird and watched intently as it tried eating the tiny morsel. The other bird was one of the adult Baza, sitting on a tree branch, partly hidden by leaves, observing its young offspring.
Girl in white dress
Beautiful young girl partially hiding behind an old chapel wall, looking calm, yet melancholic or in love. Pictures taken in Greece of a wonderful young norwegian girl in a white dress by next to an old chapel.
Aboriginal Health Hospital
Dedicated health teams working on mainly Aboriginal children at hospitals in the north of Australia. Many generic shots.
Travelling Australia's Outback
Australia â€“ the Outback, the Red Centre, the Never Never, beyond the Black Stump â€“ descriptions of a remote, wild country outside the big cities such as Melbourne and Sydney. A journey from Darwin to Adelaide gives travellers the opportunity to experience Australiaâ€™s heart first hand, where the spinifex dotted red earth dominates. Here are some photographs of some of the highlights along the way.
Cornwall's amazing landscape
Cornwall is a county in south-west England. Its mining and fishing industries have declined in recent years and tourism is now the major industry. The Eden Project is an environmental wonderland with its biomes full of exotic plants attracting thousands of visitors annually while Lands End is one of the most famous places in England. Its lighthouse, set on a small island off the coast, is also a spectacular attraction.
Aboriginal singers and bands are at the cutting edge of contemporary music in Australia. Many bands such as Yothu Yindi, Eastwind Journey and others hail from remote communities and include traditional instruments such as yidaki (didgeridu) and bilma (clapsticks) in their performances. Music attracts many young people and the industry is a large source of employment.
Vertical images of churches, cathedrals and religious symbols
These images are all in a vertical format suitable for book or magazine covers.
Eco tourism in Kaikoura
The beautiful town of Kaikoura on the east coast of the South Island of New Zealand is a veritable treasure trove for those interested in larger forms of sea life - whales, Southern Fur Seals and dolpins to name a few. A deep sea trench near to shore brings an abundance of marine life for viewing by boat or helicopter or eating - Kaikoura translates as 'meal of crayfish'. A turquoise sea, ice-capped mountains and black beaches provide an amazing visual backdrop for eco or family tourists alike.
Palm Beach to Whale Beach oceanswim
The Palm Beach to Whale beach swim is an iconic ocean swim set in stunning surrounds. Swimmers battle the swell at Palm beach and then swim a 2.7km course to the next bay, Whale beach. There are nearly always shore dumpers at Whale beach so the skill is to avoid them and body surf into the finish line.
Mud Crab Fishing
Mud crabs are caught along the coast of Australia and are particularly common in the north. One of the most productive areas is in the Gulf of Carpentaria at the mouth of the Roper River, where several groups have established a settlement to capture the creatures. They use small dinghies that are tossed on the cross-currents of the Roper and Gulf to set and bring up crab pots for about nine months of the year - a tough life.
Drought - Yeldulknie Weir, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia
The Yeldulknie Weir is located approximately 5 kilometres out of Cleve on Eyre Peninsula, South Australia. This weir was the water supply for Cleve and the surrounding areas but is now dry due to the great Australian drought.