"Your first 10,000 photographs are your worst" – Henri Cartier-Bresson

Posts tagged “landscape

Natural Beauty


Isle of Pines, New Caledonia 


Natural Pool 

The exquisite natural pool on the Isle of Pines, New Caledonia. 


Vivid, Sydney

Tall Ships and Sydney Harbour 


Hualapai Indian Reservation, Grand Canyon. 


In the blue hour


Sunrise Walkers


Arabian Sunset #2


Shifting Sands 

Arabian Desert, UAE


The First Steps 


Looking at NYC

  


Calm before the storm 

  


Cote par cote

cote par cote

Cote par cote (side by side). The French and Australian flags fly side by side on top of the Sydney harbour bridge in the blue hour.

 


Je Suis Paris

je suis Paris

The French flag flies atop the Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Opera House is bathed in the Blue, white and red. Prey for Paris.


Symphony of Light

Sunrise

Sunrise


Opera House at Sunrise

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I went out early the other day and managed to capture the rising sun behind the Sydney opera house.


Nirvana

Nirvana


What is your cities Icon?

Hello world!

With such an international bunch here on WordPress I thought it would be interesting to see what that iconic thing is from your city. It may be a particular building, structure or something natural like a river or mountain.It could even be a person or a song. I would love to see your home icons.

For me it’s the Sydney Opera House. Instantly recognisable the world over. I took this shot on a beautiful sunny Sydney day.


London Bridge is falling down! Actually it already has.

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London Bridge (Now called London Arch) Photo by me.

London Bridge was a natural arch located within the Port Campbell National Park in Victoria, Australia. On the 15 January 1990 the arch finally gave way to the constant erosion and collapsed into the ocean. Two sightseers were stranded on the outer section and had to be rescued by helicopter. The formation is now known as the “London Arch” and is a popular natural attraction along the Great Ocean Road which is one of the world’s truly great drives. The best time to photograph it is in the afternoon when the sun is low and lights up the sandstone in its orange and yellow glory.

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London Bridge before it collapsed. This photo was NOT taken by me. Photo by Flickr user TEAMBEE