These are some landscape shots from around Australia and New Zealand. I’ve attemped to look at the paths less travelled for these shots.
Paperbark trees next to the beach at Wooli, New South Wales
This is Antarctic beech forest in a very rarely-visited part of New Zealand
The water from the irrigation system is feeding the sugar cane. This water is critical for the production of the produce. The irrigation pipe is one tenth of a millimetre thick at the walls (0.1mm) but very rarely breaks.
Fence post next to a farmer's field in northern New South Wales
This is the pre-dawn from a mountaintop in the Scenic Rim. The streak in the top left is the International Space Station heading south (over a 20 second exposure.)
The full moon sets behind a mountain range at dawn in the Scenic Rim
A crop of fresh mushrooms growing in the forest after heavy rain
This is the Sunburnt Country - the sunset over Proserpine after a week of serious bushfires.
The Fingers of God stretch through the trees at the beach
A lookout towards Mt Warning-Wollumbin from a hike near Springbrook
Rock pool near Wooli, New South Wales
Julian Rocks are about two miles offshore Byron Bay. It's one of the best dive sites I've been to. The indigenous Aboriginal tribes call it Ngunthungulli.
The fog hangs low over the forest around the Scenic Rim at dawn
Rotting tree trunk at a dam in New South Wales
The Fingers of God poke through the clouds in the South Island of New Zealand
Starscape in the Scenic Rim
Private Oliver was 21 years old when he was killed fighting the Japanese invasion of Papua New Guinea. There are approximately 4,000 graves at the Commonwealth World War 2 cemetary in Port Moresby.
The first glimpses of daylight rise over the East Cape, New Zealand. This part of the world is allegedly where the world's day starts (at least, in the southern hemisphere's summer.)
Branch on the beach at Suffolk Park, New South Wales
The cloud bank resembles a breaking wave over the slopes of Mount Barney