In this photo I am celebrating being in two countries at one time. It was a three-hour hike to get to this point. We started in Croatia, hiking through the dense forest and walked up to the deserted Željava Air Base on the border of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia under the Plješevica Mountains. Myself and my Kiwi friend (Maya Ellery- who took this photo) ended the day by watching the sun go down enjoying a beer on the rock.
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This little fellow is a leucistic seal. He is not albino but leucistic which means they have little pigment and appear white all over, but with dark coloured eyes. I took this photo on my Antarctica holiday in January 2018 at St Andrews Bay which is on the north coast of South Georgia during a G Adventures expedition.
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This shot is of the incredible Mt Fuji, Japan. The clouds were blocking this incredible peak when we went out onto the lake, then they cleared for about 5 minutes and I got this incredible image.
Pre-dawn image of the Field of Lights and the outline of the iconic Uluru.
Sheep herding in Canterbury. In August 2017, I was somewhere in Maungati, east of Timaru because I was cycling aimlessly enjoying the pristine landscape of the South Island when I saw sheep being herded. The first flock was already herded and so I asked the shepherd to wait for me to get into position before he herded the next flock. He kindly obliged and I took this amazing photo of sheep heading back from grazing.
In September 2017 we drove a jeep from Manali in Himachal Pradesh up to Leh in Ladakh, India. The road is closed in winter but once open you get to cross some of the highest motor-able passes in the world, upwards of 5000m. The conditions vary from snow to brilliant sunshine, wonderful straight bitumen tracks to washed out river beds. And always there are army trucks supplying the bases up near the Line of Control.
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I took this last week travelling through Sri Lanka. It’s called Parrot Rock and the tide lets you get to it or not. It’s located in the south of Sri Lanka at a place called Mirissa. It’s “protected” by a bunch of crows that live in it. It was a great day for it.
Hi, this photos was taken by me, Heather Bull, when my husband and I were visiting Torres del Paine National Park in Patagonia in July of this year. We had been waiting for nearly three days for the low lying fog to clear. Then in the afternoon of the 7th July the fog gradually lifted showing the magnificent mountain range of the Torres del Paine.
This photo was taken at Lake Horowhenua, NZ. No filters, it was just an exceptionally crazy sunset on the west coast last autumn/March Photographer was myself. Not a fancy camera- what you see is what we saw.
Sunset on Three sisters at Taranaki. We waded through the tide to get to this place, it was so worth it.
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