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Category Archives: Travel photography
Rain magnifies the rugged vivid beauty of the Flinders Ranges in South Australia’s northern outback margins. Earth.
Dense Storm Clouds
Dense Storm Clouds approaching Portmagee, Co Kerry Ireland. There is no way to see the storm clouds over my home today because it’s been raining incessantly since late yesterday. The low pressure system that was Tropical Cyclone Debbie is passing … Continue reading
Green leaves of the lotus
Mary River Wetlands, Northern Territory, Australia. Green for the weekly photo challenge.
Atop Mehrangarh Fort
The view across the blue city of Jodhpur from atop the ramparts of the 15th century Mehrangarh Fort museum is breathtaking.
Wish I could share the scent
In full bloom, Australia’s little known State Rose Garden of Victoria assaults to the senses. The eyes feast on a myriad of coloured blooms, each with a unique and complex structure. The incessant hmmmm of bees is interjected with squeals of … Continue reading
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The Road Taken
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
A Good Match
The turbans and the festive bunting are a good match. It was a birthday party after all. Jodphur, Rajasthan January 13th 2007
Against the odds…
Against the odds, flowers bloom in the arid Australian outback
Saturday is subsumed in the shadow of Wednesday. The Daily Post in all their wisdom has moved the Weekly Photo Challenge to the maelstrom of mid week madness.
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..