December 7, 2014

2014 in pictures

Obi Obi Valley, Queensland
Bribie Island, QLD
Springbrook National Park, QLD
Ratua Island, Vanuatu
Coconut plantation, Ratua Island
Brisbane
Botanic Gardens, Mt Coot-tha, Brisbane
GOMA, Brisbane* 
Brisbane River
Glass House Mountains, QLD 
Springwood Station, near Rolleston, QLD
Bimblebox Nature Refuge, QLD
Julian Rocks, Byron Bay, New South Wales
Byron Bay, NSW
Nightcap National Park, NSW
'Forgotten Songs', Angel Pl, Sydney
Sydney Harbour
Paddington, Sydney
Queensland Bottle Tree, near Alpha
Age of Dinosaurs, Winton, QLD
View from Scrammy Lookout, Bladensburg NP, QLD
Bladensburg Homestead
Elderslie Street, Winton, QLD
Middleton, Far West Queensland
Kennedy Development Road, Far West Queensland
Diamantina Gates, Diamantina NP, QLD 
Synchronised fishing, Diamantina NP
Boulia, Far West Queensland
Diamantina Developmental Road, Far West Queensland
Royal Spoonbill and Whistling Kite,
Cuttaburra Crossing, Far West QLD
Waddi tree, near Birdsville, QLD
Cowboy, Birdsville Hotel
Sturt's Desert Pea
Birdsville Lagoon, QLD
Goyder Lagoon, northeast South Australia
Diamantina floodplain, northeast SA 
Birdsville Track, SA
QAA track, Simpson Desert, QLD
Little Corellas and Galahs, Sturt Stony Desert, SA
Bowra Sanctuary, near Cunnamulla, QLD
Major Mitchell Cockatoos, NSW
Darling River at Bourke, NSW
Bark in Bulimba, Brisbane
Riverbend Books, Bulimba, Brisbane
Banksia flower, Byron Bay, NSW
Brisbane
North Stradbroke Island Koala
Pied Oystercatcher, Main Beach, North Stradbroke Island
Main Beach, North Stradbroke Island 
Main Beach from Gorge Walk, Point Lookout, Straddie
Port Douglas, Far North Queensland
Kuranda, Far North Queensland
Cairns Esplanade Lagoon
Cat Cafe, Melbourne
Gertrude Street, Fitzroy, Melbourne
* Falling Back to Earth by Cai Guo-Qiang


4 comments:

  1. Fantastic collection of photos - it looks like you've had a beautiful year!

    I especially loved the Nightcap palms, Sturt's Desert Pea, Pied Oystercatcher and the dragon on dragon.

    I also saw the synchronised feeding from the Pelicans at Tamborine earlier this year - loved it! I was mesmerised by them and watched for half an hour.

    Happy 2015!

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  2. glad to see you're still looking at the blog, Christian, and you enjoyed the pix. yes, we've been fortunate this year and seen some wonderful places. the dragon on a dragon is one of my favourites, too!
    i wonder how often pellies fish in that co-ordinated fashion? it was a remarkable sight that i've never seen before.
    happy holidays and 2015 to you, too.

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  3. hey jude, couldnt find a contact thing so ill leave this here. just looked at all your photos and one day i hope to see as much as you. you have an adventure state of mind and i love it, thanks for doing what you do :)

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  4. thank you for commenting. glad you enjoyed the post.

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