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The Lammerofen is a gulch where you can walk through, from one side to the other around 40min. It is located in the Salzachtal at the edge of Oberscheffau. The…

The Muir of Dinnet National Nature Reserve is one of my favourite places to spend some time with my camera. It offers opportunities for both landscape and…

Photos from Devil's Tower, Wyoming. This was the first United States National Monument and was established back in 1906. As with many parts of the Midwest, this…

Rock pools in the clean and clear waters of the south coast of New South Wales host an amazing array of life.

Just a little quick trip up to the lake shore a couple of weeks ago... This isn't a rock... it's a block of ice from Lake Michigan...

This is just a water display at a landscaping place. I've unfortunately forgotten the name of the place. It's in Chino, in Southern California. We went there to…

Went out with my step dad and had a blast! This is in Vernon BC Canada just a couple of weeks ago :) Went to visit the family during the holidays and had more…

Once safely down to the beach there were some lovely stones and rocks to photograph. These were taken whilst on a photographic holiday on Sark in 2015.

I was incredibly impressed with the rock paths, walls and buildings in Spain. Here are just a few examples along the Camino De Santiago trail in October.
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