The River Tamar And Tamar Valley

The Tamar Valley is a wide wooded river valley reaching from Bodmin Moor to Dartmoor, from the beaches of East Cornwall, to the towns of West Devon, I live in a small town Called Saltash nestled on the bank of this river, I am blessed with its stunning views, scenery

New Photos from Howard Birnstihl: Trees

Trees is a new set of stock photos that's been getting a lot of attention this week. From the tall straight giants in misty forests to the gnarled, writhing battle-scarred eucalypts of the dry grasslands; sculptural clumps by the billabong; teatree along the beach track; brilliant details of

Exotic Madagascar Photography

Colin Radford has just released a new lightbox of stock images. Madagascar is a veritable modern-day Noah's Ark paradise filled with flora and fauna forming a kaleidoscope of color and unique shapes and sizes. This island continent contains many endangered and rare species of birds, animals, reptiles,

Australian Wildflowers

Australia is a vast continent with a great variation in climatic conditions. This results in a plethora of colourful and varied wildflowers including banksia, bottlebrush, grevillea, daisies and many, many others in all colours of the rainbow. Bottlebrush flowers in the Portland Botanic Gardens, Victoria, Australia. Holly Grevillea in the Bungle Bungles

Fraser Island, Queensland

World Heritage Listed Fraser Island is the largest sand island in the world. With pristine creeks, freshwater lakes, rainforest, sand-blows, white sandy beaches and rocky headlands it is a natural wonder. The island is home to one of the purest strains of Dingo on the East Coast of Australia and

Spectacular Lightening Shots

A Selection of Lightening Shots taken at season change (November/December) on the Yorke Peninsula South Australia. The Yorke Peninsula is mainly Barley cropping country that affords clear shooting to the horizon during a lightning storm. These shots mostly show case the lightning and storm fronts rather than focus on any

Solar Eclipse On 20 March 2015, England

In the ancient times there were many beliefs about the cause of the Solar eclipse and its influence on people's life. People believed that the negative forces such as demons or anger of gods were causing the precious Sun to disappear from the Sky. In nowadays scientist use this phenomenon to

Flowers Of The World

Welcome to my new gallery Flowers of the world, as the title leads us to believe, all those flowers although well known from the general public, can in fact be found anywhere in the world. What we take from being a north american flower, might as well been an asian

Mast Head Island, Great Barrier Reef

Beautiful Mast Head Island is located around 60km from Gladstone on the southern end of Queensland's Great Barrier Reef. This important breeding ground for turtles and seabirds is a coral cay surrounded by reef and waters rich in marine life. Self sufficient camping is allowed on the island though permits

Fall In Central New York

Central New York has all the seasons that anyone can wish for spring, summer, fall and winter. The fall season really shows off the beauty of central New York for a photographer. It feels like every where you go you have the opportunity to shoot beautiful photos of the spectacular

Norfolk Nature

I recently had contact with Norfolk Island again and decided to refresh my Galleries. The Norfolk is a photographer's paradise with everything only minutes away; bold plants, big trees, fungi, all the usual insects and most of all many many seabirds all in a unique landscape. The whole of nearby