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Dinosaur Valley Blue Mountains

A family exploration of Dinosaur Valley in the Blue Mountains

The UNESCO world-heritage region of the Blue Mountains is a fitting location for this Summer’s captivating ‘Dinosaur Valley’ exhibit, now on display at Scenic World.

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 career, Matt fell in love with the Pacific Ocean and has now made it his permanent playground. Matt is a staff photographer for Ocean Geographic magazine… Read more »

Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Bison

Winter in Wyoming on the wild side

A ski vacation at Jackson Hole, Wyoming, delivers a whole lot more than snow and is as much about outdoor adventure as it about admiring expansive landscapes

Desert dreaming in Abu Dhabi

With shimmering desert sands, a plethora of natural islands and a leaning towards being a leading cultural destination, Abu Dhabi is a photographer’s dream

Through Norwegian eyes

Norway is achingly beautiful—its landscapes captured by the lens of a local photographer

Photographing Patagonia

Exploring the end of the world is best done with a camera

Laos through the lens

Laos entices the senses with the colour, sounds and enticing aromas of a culture that has maintained its composure for hundreds of years

Raffles Hotel Singapore's short film ‘We Were Built’

As the iconic hotel has released a short film, directed by Singaporean award-winning film-maker and director, Kirsten Tan, paying homage to its heritage

Chile: Land of contrasts

A picture tells a thousand words – Jocelyn Pride shows you this spectacular country through the lens of her camera

The Karijini Experience

The rugged red rocks and pure-fed waterholes of Karijini National Park are a photographer’s dream

The hilly streets of San Francisco

Daniel Resnik finds out what it really means to leave your heart in the City by the Bay

Lindblad Expeditions, National Geographic capture incredible video

Spectacular footage from National Geographic Explorer, where guests, crew and National Geographic photographers witnessed an Orca pod prey on a lone seal