Category Archives: landscape
Rain magnifies the rugged vivid beauty of the Flinders Ranges in South Australia’s northern outback margins. Earth.
The view across the blue city of Jodhpur from atop the ramparts of the 15th century Mehrangarh Fort museum is breathtaking.
Driving around Ireland with a loose itinerary and open dates, we travelled roads often ignored by tourists. The rugged Beara Peninsula in the SW of Ireland is frequently overlooked but we were rewarded by quaint villages, rugged rocky terrain and beautiful vistas. The … Continue reading
With the crash of the waves and the wind in my hair I’m the lone walker on an empty beach. My senses are sharpened, my thoughts crystal clear, I’m at peace. Solitude is refreshing, invigorating, clarifying..
This is not a pretty picture. I was shocked to come across industrial tomato growing practices on a monstrous scale in Spain. Square kilometres of the countryside were blanketed in plastic. The ruin of a Moorish watchtower looms over the … Continue reading
Dawn at Yellow Water. The wet season brings abundance to Kakadu National Park fish, birds and plant life flourish but lurking just below the surface is the saltwater crocodile. H2O is the WP Photo Challenge
Late afternoon reflections in a waterhole on Charnley River Station off the Gibb River Road in the Kimberley region of NW Australia. For the DP Weekly Photo Challenge – Mirror
Looking out from Tunnel Creek Gorge, NW Western Australia, the rock formation shapes an interesting frame. Frame for the Weekly Photo Challenge
Pure coastal margin, Coromandel Penninsula, New Zealand. The air is fresh, the water crystal clear, the beaches pristine. “Pure” is the Weekly Photo Challenge.
Our ancient earth. Weathered sandstone domes on the rim of King’s Canyon, Central Australia. Earth, the Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge.