Category Archives: wilderness
Over the dry months, camel races are the social highlight of Australian outback town. This camel seems ambivalent about his victory.
Creepy, scary and totally awesome. Fresh water crocodile, Windjana Gorge, Western Australia.
“Tideline” near Cape Palliser, New Zealand. The DP Weekly Photo Challenge is half and half.
The Coff’s Harbour pier, NSW, Australia. Land meets water is the travel themed photo challenge at “Where’s My Backpack.”
On the way home from exploring Australia’s Red Centre, squally showers and intermittent sunshine created dramatic skies over the Flinders Ranges, a good reason to play with the cameras settings and photograph from the moving vehicle. On the way is … Continue reading
“Drought” Outback South Australia The Forces of Nature is the DP Weekly Photo Challenge.
Egret, afloat on lotus leaf, Mary River Wetlands, Australia’s Top End The WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge is “Afloat.”
Today, the beautiful pristine Mangawhai Heads, New Zealand. Enviroment is this week’s photo challenge at Ailsa’s “Where’s My Backpack.”
The Fortescue River, Millstream-Chichester National Park, Western Australia. To quote Darryl Kerrigan from the iconic and ironic Australian movie The Castle, “how’s the serenity?” Serenity is this week’s WordPress Photo Challenge
“Shark Sighting” Australians are renowned for their laconic humour. Located in the desert of central Australia, landlocked Lake Eyre is the continent’s lowest natural point, approximately 15 m below sea level. In years of high monsoonal rainfall in the Australia’s … Continue reading