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Dinosaur Valley Blue Mountains

A family exploration of Dinosaur Valley in the Blue Mountains

On a sunny Saturday, I took the short trip from Sydney to the mountains with my family including four children aged between 5 and 12. The UNESCO world-heritage region of the ...
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5 underwater travel photography tips

Matt Smith is a UK born and bred underwater photographer who is now based in Stanwell Park NSW Australia. After emigrating to Australia in 2007 in pursuit of his photography ...
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Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Bison

Winter in Wyoming on the wild side

It may be in the fly-over zone of the continental USA and a booming metropolis it is not, but for Dan Avila, Jackson Hole, Wyoming is small-town, American perfection – ...
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Desert dreaming in Abu Dhabi

It is the variety of landscapes that makes Abu Dhabi such a magnificent place to photograph. The richness of its history gives it an even broader appeal – evidence suggests ...
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Through Norwegian eyes

Growing up in one of the most breathtaking landscapes on earth means you do take it for granted, until you realise just how special it is. Having visited more than ...
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Photographing Patagonia

It was a perfectly planned morning. Be up before dawn, take my position on a hilltop outside the gorgeous Explora Patagonia lodge, set up my medium-format camera on a heavy ...
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Laos through the lens

You could be forgiven for failing to take note that Laos is a landlocked country. Surrounded by five bordering neighbours, China, Myanmar, Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam, Laos is privileged to have ...
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Raffles Hotel Singapore's short film ‘We Were Built’

Raffles Hotel Singapore has announced the release of We Were Built, a short film directed by Singaporean award-winning film-maker and director, Kirsten Tan. With a focus on literary heritage, Tan's ...
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Chile: Land of contrasts

An adorable member of the camelid family, guanacos are easy to spot throughout Chile. Their large ears and enviable long eyelashes help protect them from dust and dirt in the ...
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The Karijini Experience

Magnificent ‘Spa Pool’ at the top of Hamersley Gorge Karijini National Park is a little like Western Australia’s own Grand Canyon, except without the crowds. A national park in the ...
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