Picture Frame (Post#8) : Edith (Leliyn) Falls
As part of the adventure tour where it always involve trekking and hiking, our group went to the Upper Pools of Edith Falls via Leliyn Trail which used to be the same trail to take to reach Sweetwater Pool, the farthest pool that can enjoy where Edith Falls flows into but need the whole day time to reach it. Edith Falls or Leliyn Falls for Jawoyn people, is a cascading falls which offers different pools that adventurer can enjoy. Edith Falls is also connected to Katherine Gorge which are all within Nitmiluk National Park. These photos are part of Day 1 (Darwin to the Katherine Region) of 9 Days Darwin to Broome Overland Adventure Tour October 2016.
Picture Frame (Post#7) : Tolmer Falls
Before I was able to see the Tolmer Falls, we were required to walk less than a kilometer distance to reach the viewing platform. It’s one of the amazing falls to enjoy within the Tabletop Range in Litchfield National Park. At the viewing deck, there will be added bonus as there is lowland country scenery to appreciate as well. These photos are part of Litchfield National Park Tour Photo Collection September 2016.
Picture Frame (Post#6): North-East Coast Scenic View at Yigo
At the farthest point of the buggy off-road track, we had a chance to rest a bit, unknowingly that we rested at Yigo part where we can enjoy the North-East Coast of the island including the view of the vast Pacific Ocean. It was amazing scenery that I can think that it was kind of paradise. These photos are part of Guam Adventure Photo Collection April 2017.
Picture Frame (Post#5) : Shakadang Stream
When I walked a part of Shakadang Trail, I never expected such an amazing crystal like water stream that flows to Shakadang River. It’s one of the reason why my walk continued to be farther and farther that I almost compromised the tour and resulted of my being 10 minutes late to return to my bus. These photos are part of Taiwan Experimental Travel Adventure Photo Collection January 2017.
Picture Frame (Post#4) : Russell Falls
The tour that I joined involves nature adventure, it includes a bit of walking and trekking. When the tour started, our first stop after reaching Mount Field National Park was Russell Falls which said to be Tasmania’s prettiest waterfall. The water flows in layer which makes it really a fascinating falls. These photos are part of Tasmania Adventure Photo Collection June 2013.
Picture Frame (Post#3) : Sydney Opera House
Here are night photography experimentation of famous Sydney Opera House and I don’t have anything else to say. The photos are part of Sydney Walking Tour April 2014 collection.
Picture Frame (Post#2) : Summit View From Mount Oberon
One of the best moment while in the summit of the mountain was enjoying the scenic and panoramic view from the top. After a bit of challenge in trekking up to the mountain, all the feeling of tiredness will be gone after seeing what the summit of the mountain is offering to us. This is one of the reason why even I’m having a challenge to climb a mountain, I still do love going to the top of the mountain. One of the views to enjoy at the summit of the mountain are Norman Beach, Norman Bay, Squeaky Beach and Leonard Bay. These photos were captured during my tour in Wilson Promontory National Park in Victoria Australia. Snapshots captured last May 2014.
Below is my previous adventure at Wilson Promontory National Park
Trekking and Bush Walking at Wilsons Prom
Picture Frame (Post#1) : Sunset Sailing
Sunset sceneries are common subject for photographers as it depicts different colours of the sky and it is the time of the day it influence photographers to be inspired to take shots of unique sky views. Most of the thinkers, philosophers, ideologist, artist and even common people used sunset scenery to think about life and the world around us. Sunset usually used as symbols of life of humanity which can refer to successes, accomplishments, achievements and even legacy of people, it also used to represent ages, time or end of someone or something. In other perspective, it means peace. Whatever sunset means to us whether its good or bad, we know that after dusk, the dawn will follow which symbolizes a new start.
What I liked about these photos are the boats passing under the sun and the red-orange colour of the sky. Looking at the photos, I feel the tranquility of the place and calmness of the moment. Photo is part of collections from summer outing in Canyon Cove at Nasugbu Batangas last March 2011.