A good looking sand monitor (varanus Gouldii) who was sunning itself in the middle of a dirt road in Bourke NSW, these varanids are extremely well adapted to the harsh dry environment they live in, each monitor will have a certain burrowing system in which they used against us every.. single..time..., we quickly realised how difficult it was to get close to them. finally after many attempts we managed to photograph this individual who was luckily some what cooperative.
Another go at the Eiffel Tower - this time reflected in a pool in the Champs de Mars gardens.
11 1235 October, 2019
The first photography fallacy: it’s always better to take pictures when the sky is blue and the sun is shining. Nothing like a few clouds to dramatise a cityscape!
The Miroir d'eau (Water Mirror) or Miroir des Quais (Quay Mirror) in Bordeaux is the world's largest reflecting pool, covering 3,450 square metres (37,100 sq ft). Located on the quay of the Garonne in front of the Place de la Bourse, it was built in 2006.
Taken at 1/13th, f11, ISO400.
10 1683 October, 2019
And another one of that tree...
33 2498 August, 2019
Di bawa terang bulan malam itu atau hanya lampu temaram menerangi ibunkota entalah hanya bayangan hitam yg ter_ lihat blur🌜⭐️📸