The Million Dollar view from the
Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel,
Early morning lightning
Point Lonsdale Lighthouse and Pier.
Unfortunately, my camera lens was
not wide enough to capture the whole,
all to brief, show.
I think it may have been divine intervention
that made this image possible.
Day 1 and the peak was covered in clouds
while we visited Denali National Park.
The next day as we were travelling to Fairbanks
our coach driver pulled over so
we could capture shots like this one, of
North America’s highest peak
Alaska’s, Mount Denali.
The Million Dollar View at
Banff Springs Hotel
Geelong and the Western District.
And the views from…
…from God’s Window over South Africa’s
Blyde River canyon…
…can only be described as divine.
Million Dollar View.
During recent years, Griffin Gully
has proven to be a wonderful spot
for Blue Hour…
…and sunrise photos…
…all year round.
From high atop the London Eye…
Big Ben quickly became…
inspiring a feeling of wonder or delight;
According to Labradors the is never
sufficient food on the table…
Tongariro National Park
Taken from a digitised version of Super 8 movie film,
atop Ayres Rock (now Uluru) in Central Australia.
Twenty-four year-old Woolly
signing the visitor’s book
after climbing the Rock in 1975.
With The Olgas in the background,
it was a wondrous experience.
Commencing with the
Million Dollar View
at Banff in Canada.
A bit closer to some is
on the North Island.
One of my favourite Australian views.
Since 2005 we have lived much closer to…
…Geelong’s Corio Bay.