John Wilson's PhotoBlog

Over winter, the local fire services burnt the bushland behind my home to mitigate against possible larger fires in the summer. It's now regenerating before our…

As part of a recent trip to Nepal and Ladakh we grabbed the opportunity for a quick side trip around India's famous `golden triangle'. In no particular order ..…

My home state of New South Wales is suffering from drought and fire. Smoke haze is now constant and the setting sun each day is a red ball.

The small Himalayan city of Leh was our jumping off point for touring around Ladakh, but there are also plenty of interesting sights within and near the city.

The spectacular high altitude Pangong Lake is one of the `must dos' of Ladakh. But it's as much about the journey as the destination.

North from Leh, over the highest pass in the world, Khardong-La, lies the starkly beautiful Nubra Valley, Ladakh.

We knew from prior reading that we were in for visual treat in Ladakh in the far north-west of India, but the stunning landscapes exceeded all expectations.

The ancient World Heritage city of Bhaktapur was hard hit by the 2015 earthquake but there's been a big recovery effort.

A few impressions from a brief visit to Nepal's largest city, en route to our trek in the Annapurnas.