The alpine summer sunset magic continues, with an incredible colour palate stretching from the sky, across the mountains and up through the wildflowers. Thanks to photographer Cam Blake for sharing this beautiful High Country capture from Mt Hotham. Love those purple skies! 📷 Photo by @camblakephotography#seehighcountry#mthotham#sunset#yourhappyspace
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I'd like to think Newcastle's version of Carrie Bradshaw lives here 💋
Этому домику почти 140 лет 😳 Судя по фото, внутри полный мрак конечно, но согласитесь выглядит очень мило 🏠 хотели бы в таком жить? А, если скажу, что он полтора миллиона стоит и до Сиднея 150км? 🙈
I did something a little different yesterday to what I’d usually do and that’s chase a sunset... Did a little shoot with this gorgeous girl. Big things happening for her this year. 🌪 #canon#portraitphotography#model
2 23an hour ago
Cape Tribulation in Northeast Queensland, “where the rainforest falls into the sea”...
3 30an hour ago
Local knowledge is the best, thanks @nikitacrake
There was only one other soul here when we rocked up and he literally walked us down to the rockpools and showed us where the good fish are hiding 🐟🐠🐬🐡🐙🦀🐚 Loving @australias_southwest
Making our way to possibly the most popular “swimming hole” in the Eyre Peninsula.
We got lucky and found it empty... but we got unlucky as it was quite windy we were not game enough to juggle the little ones down.
So we did what we always do and took turns of climbing down the cliff and jumping in for a swim!
Missing out on a swim in a place like this just because our kids are little is simply not an option for us, we always make it work!
Surprise Sunset Party at Balmoral Beach....
I went out last night with the view of catching the full moon rise behind North head from Balmoral. I was hoping the low clouds would magically disappear...They didn't and the moon was nowhere to be seen but instead the sky unexpectedly turned into fire!! Completely the wrong spot for such an incredible sunset though so had to improvise a bit....
Port Douglas Wharf, or more commonly known as the Sugar Wharf, is a heritage-listed wharf built in 1904 on Dixie Street, Port Douglas, Queensland. Obviously not a drone photo like the majority of my content, but I just loved the look and perspective of the wharf from this angle.
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