Wave and Bokeh Splash
Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand photo id: JAB_20151020_7DMII_4544-Edit
The Twelve Apostles, Great Ocean Road, Australia
Princetown, Victoria, Australia photo id: JAB_20160513_7DMII_1012-Edit2
The forceful 40m plunge of the Waipunga River into three (and a half) thick columns. Located along the Napier-Taupo Road, the Waipunga Falls are easily located and a mandatory stop on the way.
Storm above Double Island
Clifton Beach, Cairns
Stream at Peka Peka Beach
Salmon Farm in a Foggy Marlborough Sounds
The Pancake Rocks in Punakaiki, New Zealand
Redington Beach Long Pier, Florida, USA
Oyster Encrusted Rocks, Paihia
Oyster encrusted rocks exposed by the tide on the shore at Paihia, looking out to Motumaire and Taylor Islands on an early morning.
Bridal Veil Falls (top viewpoint)
The waterfall is the long-term result of a volcanic eruption that happened around 2 million years ago that spewed lava down a river valley, which then solidified over the older sandstone. This harder basalt then remained intact as water flowed over it and cut a deep pool in the softer sandstone underneath. The plunge from the top goes down 55 meters into a large 5-metre deep pool before it disappears into the thick bush.
Tawhai Falls, Tongariro National Park
The Tawhai Falls tumble over the edge of an ancient lava flow which erupted from Ruapehu many thousands of years ago.
Peka Peka Beach
Golden Rocks at Punakaiki