Switzerland offers a vast landscape of mountains, lakes, rivers, farmlands, glaciers, valleys, waterfalls, and historic culture.
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One of the brightest jewels in New Zealand’s crown.
Less than a day’s drive north of Adelaide, the Flinders Ranges is one of Australia’s most inspiring and diverse landscapes.
One of the most spectacular single-day walking tracks in the world.
Ancient lava terraces, interesting rock formations and spectacular views bring adventurous photographers to this National Park in north-eastern NSW.
The Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area covers more than ten thousand square kilometres, most of which is designated wilderness.
Just off the eastern coast of Tasmania within easy reach of Hobart, Bruny Island combines dramatic landscapes and seascapes with gourmet dining.
New Zealand may be one of the world’s most isolated nations but this has not prevented it becoming one of the world’s most popular holiday destinations. A variety of volcanic, thermal, alpine, forest and coastline scenery abound in addition to the appeal of skiing, jet boating, white water rafting, bungee jumping, and bush walking. For photography, Queenstown in New Zealand is an absolute gem.
A pristine wilderness with plenty of subjects to photograph just off the coast of South Australia.
Eastern Turkey has a remarkable landscape which is as rugged as it is spectacular. Scattered across its vast landscape, Eastern Turkey’s rural life has a rich and extraordinary history, which makes it a particularly interesting location for photographers.