2009 The Year In Photos: Butterflies, Icebergs, Sand Dunes and Lightshows

Since this is a travel and photography blog I thought I’d highlight a few of my favourite 2009 photos rather than write about the year.Visit my Flickr profile to see more photos

Butterfly - Wingecarribee Dam
Butterfly – Wingecarribee Dam
New Zealand Flag Against NZ Alps
New Zealand Flag Against NZ Southern Alps
Lake Tekapo Aerial View
Lake Tekapo Aerial View
Rainbow Over Sydney City
Rainbow Over Sydney City
Panorama -
Panorama – “Luminous” light projected onto Sydney Opera House
Colour, Light and Shadow (Cadmans Cottage, Sydney)
Colour, Light and Shadow (Cadmans Cottage, Sydney)
Pelican - Spit to Manly Bridge Walk
Pelican – Spit to Manly Bridge Walk
Snowman - Charlotte Pass
Snowman – Charlotte Pass
Raven With Beak Open Mid-Squawk (Closeup)
Raven With Beak Open Mid-Squawk (Closeup)
Neerav Bhatt standing in Isolated Part of Charlotte Pass After Snowstorm
Neerav Bhatt standing in Isolated Part of Charlotte Pass After Snowstorm
Footprints and Journeys in Stockton Sand Dunes
Footprints and Journeys in Stockton Sand Dunes
Floriade Flower Festival (Canberra 2009)
Floriade Flower Festival (Canberra 2009)
Floriade Flower Festival (Canberra 2009)
Floriade Flower Festival (Canberra 2009)
Sunset over Western Sydney
Sunset over Western Sydney
Darling Harbour Pre-Xmas Fireworks
Darling Harbour Pre-Xmas Fireworks
Darling Harbour Christmas Tree (Australian Flag in Background)
Darling Harbour Christmas Tree (Australian Flag in Background)

7 Replies to “2009 The Year In Photos: Butterflies, Icebergs, Sand Dunes and Lightshows”

  1. What gorgeous photos! I’ve spent a lot of time in NZ, so I loved those pix as well. I must admit that I was ignorant about snow in AU! For some reason, I just always think of Australia as being warm. Maybe that’s because my one visit there was to the Great Barrier Reef on a beautiful April day! 🙂 Thank you for sharing these. 🙂

  2. It says “Actions speak larger than words”,, similarly the idea of including pictures in the blog instead of writing at length is amazing !

  3. Oh my goodness, these are really quite lovely. Have you ever considered making a photo wall mural out of one of them?

    Cheers!

  4. I’ am really impressed for the all pictures.I also like the picture of the butterfly. I can almost feel it looking at me.

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