Red anemone in the cold water of January, the Bay of Fires, Tasmania, Australia
Elaborate little gifts, Ubud, Bali
Walking past a quiet moment on a busy street in Ubud, Bali
The Australian Butterfly Sanctuary, Kuranda, Queensland.
Wildlife Habitat, Cairns, Queensland.
An older butterfly, its wings are starting to tatter around the edges from flying.
The Australian Butterfly Sanctuary, Kuranda, Cairns, Queensland.
Kiriwina, Milne Bay Province of Papua New Guinea
Forest, Great Otway National Park
A little town called Forest, Great Otway National Park
Chromic Viridis and various coral in the shallows at Lifou, New Caledonia
Blue-lined Surgeonfish, Lifou
Taken under water looking upwards
Lifou, Loyalty Island, New Caledonia
Hiroshima Peace Park display of handmade paper cranes from visitors from all over the world.
Fushimi Inari Taisha during Golden Week in Kyoto.
The second most popular suicide site in the world felt surprisingly peaceful and serene.
Married couple rocks in the sea off Futami, Mie.
Surrounded by colour in the Wisteria Garden, Nara.
One of the many pagodas within Kiyomizudera, Kyoto.
Smokey offerings at Kiyomizudera, Kyoto
Arrived at Hiroshima to find the streets filled with colourful dancers.
Tokyo Fish Market during the mid morning pack up.
Wrote a finals paper on this New Years decoration, so it was wonderful to finally see. Consisting of Shimenawa braided rope, folded paper, a bitter orange, pine and fern leaves. These decorations are hung above entrance doorways to keep away misfortune and invite the gods of harvest. Ise, Mie Prefecture.
Peaceful moment under the last of the cherry blossoms, Tokyo.
One of the many smaller shrines off a side track from the main Fushimi Inari Taisha in Kyoto.
Jizo statues are protectors of children of the underworld.
The Philosopher’s Walk, Kyoto
Framing the famous Nara wandering deer.
Ota River in Hiroshima comes to life for the 40th Annual Flower Festival.
These magical raccoon dogs are known for shapeshifting, trickery and very large balls.
Every shop displayed the flag of the 42nd G7 Summit.
The recently opened Tokyo Samurai Museum is a private collection of armour. Each helmet represents the wearer’s personality.
Shinjuku Gyoen at the end of the Sakura season, Tokyo
The Town is a theatrical festival with a focus on sustainability. A small part of the bush is transformed into a pop up town complete with post office and welcomes the town folk to take on their alter ego for the 4 day weekend. A space to be free and at one with nature, yourself and fellow citizens of the town.
The Town clothing store providing an assortment of vintage threads for the town citizens to buy. A focus on sustainability and zero waste.
Lima East, the Strathbogie Mountains, Victoria.
Highlighting the essence of Bruges, Belgium
One of the many couples that captures your eye walking across the sculpture lined bridge.
What a gorgeous bridge to welcome us to Kumamoto City.
This garden took generations of the Hosokawa Family over 80 years to build.
Waiting for the “On the Wallaby” tour group at the Atherton Tablelands, Cairns
Walking up to the entrance of the Itsukushima Shrine on the Island of Miyajima, Japan