It’s hard to know where to start in explaining why Wakatobi Resort in Indonesia is an extraordinary destination for diving and snorkelling photography. And the secluded luxury tropical resort is also becoming increasingly recognised for its bird photography opportunities, including recently discovered and very rare species. [Article courtesy of Wakatobi Resort]
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Nature photographers flock to this easy-to-reach national park in south-western Western Australia for its colourful wildflowers, panoramic vistas and abundant wildlife.
Rising abruptly out of the Western Victorian plains, the Grampians has long been a magnet for artists of all genres – including photography.
One of Australia’s more attractive offshore islands, Lord Howe Island is a great place for nature photographers.
The Chambers Pillar Historical Reserve in the Northern Territory is spectacular and has historical and cultural significance.
Japan is one of the best places in the world for photography, and its northernmost island Hokkaido provides a wide range of subjects for your camera.
Tasmania’s West Coast offers a diversified wilderness experience with endless opportunities to explore and photograph.
This fascinating area at the foot of Japan’s iconic Mount Fuji will provide endless subjects for your camera…
An easy drive from Alice Springs, takes you into some attractive shooting spots without requiring an off-road vehicle.
Renjo Pass, Cho La Pass, Kala Patthar.
Article and photos by Gerard Horsman.