A beautiful Jabiru, a black-necked stork, a tall wading bird. Spotted on our Yellow Waters Sunset Wildlife Cruise, Kakadu National Park, NT
Sunrise over Bay of Islands as we sailed into the Bay, followed by a dolphin watch cruise
I couldn’t believe that I could be a metre away from a wild stingray. As I paddled in the shallows, it seemed to come towards me on each wave breaking on the shore.
A dark moody sky reflecting into the calm still water of the Erskine River Mouth, add a lovely timber bridge, supported by blue stone pylons, creates a beautiful subject for a black and white landscape.
the stingray came swimming past me as I waded in the shallows of Hamelin Bay, Western Australia.
With crystal straws sparkling in the lights and reflecting in the lake, it is like looking at a crystal wonderland. The suspended table, a spectacular crystal decoration weighing several tonnes, hangs from the ceiling. It is believed to be the only one in the world.
An early morning rower, silhouetted against a stunning sunrise on a Summers Day over Lake Albert, Wagga Wagga.
we were priviledged to view the mother swan sitting on her nest.
A creek without water. Wetlands without water. Barcaldine is in the middle of an extended drought. The wetlands have been formed by building a small dam over Lagoon Creek.
What better way to experience Sydney Harbour on a beautiful sunny day, than a ferry ride across the Harbour to Many