Minerals

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While in Sydney we went to the Museum to see the Alexander the great exhibit, after seeing that we wandered around the rest of the Museum and Susan was ecstatic to find they had a huge collection of minerals on display. So she took me around to some of her favorites to get some photos […]

Bee on a flower

Travel photography Bee

We were walking to a lookout on the Kalbarri coast when I saw this Bee collecting nectar from a flower.

Kalbarri inland gorge

Travel photography Natures window

This is the view from the Natures window lookout at one of the gorges in Kalbarri inland national park.      

Capture the colour

Travel photography sunrise

The Capture the Colour contest is a new internet photography competition, where we need to have five photographs: white, green, blue, yellow and red.  Christine over at Almost Fearless has tagged  me to join in (thanks, Christine)!   White We spent Christmas Day on the beach, where my six-year-old daughter found this sea-lion.  That Christmas will […]

Hamersley Gorge

Travel Photography Hamersley Gorge

We were spending a couple of weeks around Karijini National Park in the Pilbra and we saw numerous beautiful gorges while there. But the one gorge that we were going to bypass was going to be Hamersley as it was a 65km drive on a corrugated road. Fortunately for us we headed around the northern border of Karijini […]

Pinnacles

Travel photography Pinnacles

The Pinnacles are located in Nambung National Park in WA and are made up of thousands of limestone pillars rising out of the ground. It is a spectacular site to see and at sunrise and sunset, the colours are amazing.

Lake Eyre

Travel photography Lake Eyre

These photos were taken when we did a helicopter flight over Lake Eyre in August 2011. We chose to do  the flight because the lake was over 80% full and still filling up so it a rare opportunity to be able to see it with so much water and bird life. Usually the Lake Eyre basin […]

Busselton

Travel photography Busselton Jetty

Some more photos of Busselton. We had a great day exploring the jetty and the underwater observatory. When the kids had had enough of looking underwater we caught the train back to the start of the jetty and walked to the swimming area and let the kids swim for the rest of the afternoon.  

Busselton Jetty

Travel photography Busselton Jetty

We spent an afternoon in Busselton is the South West of WA. They have the longest jetty with wooden pylons in Australia, it is 1800m long with an underwater observatory at the end. The water there is crystal clear and they have a big roped off area for kids to swim in.

Perlubie Beach

Travel photography Perlubie beach

Watching the sun set at Perlubie beach in South Australia.