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  • St. Helena Island National Park Australia

    by Victordiola | 22nd of July, 2016

    As the school holidays started the third here in Australia, my family and I visited one of the historic places here in Queensland. The place is the St Helena National Park in Brisbane. St Helena Island is a heritage-listed island in Queensland in Australia. Originally... More
  • Practise wildlife photography in a Zoo

    by Victordiola | 25th of April, 2016

    Visiting a zoo is indeed a very wonderful experience. During my son's school holidays we visited a famous zoo here in Australia. It is the Australia Zoo located in a peaceful town of Beerwah in Queensland. This zoo is huge at a size of about 40 hectares. They have a transport... More
  • Sand Safari in Gold Coast Australia

    by Victordiola | 21st of March, 2016

       Last February this year the Sand Safari has been held at Surfers Paradise in Gold Coast in Australia. This is a 3-week festival featuring sand sculpture display from artists all over the world. Besides the sculpture displays, there are also other activities that will... More
  • Redcliffe Kite Festival

    by Victordiola | 11th of December, 2015

      Last August of 2015 the annual kite fest at Redcliffe in Australia was held. This two day festival showcases amazing kites of different designs and shapes from all around the world.   Besides the kite fest itself, there are other activities like the water skiing... More
  • Just started, first view and already sale :)

    by Tessalouwerens | 2nd of November, 2015

    I just started exploring stockphotography and Dreamstime. I haven't uploaded that many pictures yet but I have already sold a couple. I love traveling and hiking. A few days ago I uploaded a few pictures that I took in the Stirling Range National Park, Western Australia.... More
  • 1500 Sales - Thank you dear buyers!

    by Martingraf | 18th of October, 2015

       I am very happy that this one made it to my sale number 1500. I love Australia and sheep, sheds and farmland are typical for this beautiful country with it's great people. I want to thank my buyers - I'm grateful how many times you guys have downloaded my work and hope... More
  • Pictures I've taken and I'm proud of

    by Avenikolas | 20th of July, 2015

    I chose some of my pictures I´ve proud of. I hope you will like them. :) 1. Old Sumbanese People Making Fire I love this photo, because I needed to wait three days until they´ve started to trust me. I walked three times per day to their small village in West Sumba... More
  • Tiwi people

    by Avenikolas | 15th of March, 2015

    Tiwi people are one of the indigenous groups of Australia living on Bathurst and Melville islands, 80 kilometers far from Darwin. I was lucky that I was able to spend with people on Bathurst island three days and furthermore, not as a tourist, but a friend. These islands... More
  • Perth, western Australia.

    by Henrymm | 23rd of August, 2013

    Went to Perth last week and have some pictures. Few are already uploaded and few more to come. Perth is beautiful and especially King's Park is a place from which you can enjoy the beautiful skyline of the city. It has plenty of old and new architectural sites and that... More
  • Finally got the Koala

    by Swelsh1 | 9th of February, 2013

    Living in Australia provides some great opportunities to take wildlife photos. There is a location close by that has loads of Koala's. I must have a thousand photos but they are all looking up and the sky is overblown. We had guests a few weeks ago and we went to show... More
  • Cold winter

    by Buffy1982 | 15th of February, 2012

    In this cold winter my australian shepherd dog enjoying and running in the snow in the umbria region! This winter is very very cold and the animals are very happy. The snow is falling in Umbria in the February and I walking with my dog! This image was made with Nikon... More
  • Shooting in Australia

    by Semisatch | 14th of April, 2011

    I am currently on trip in Australia and can't wait to show you my new HDR landscape images from Canberra! See Article
  • The rights of photographers when in Australia

    by Flexigav | 14th of January, 2011

    Although these laws come from the state of New South Wales, within Australia, they generally apply to the whole nation. First when it comes to privacy, unlike the USA, Australia does not have a Bill of Rights, so our laws are going to be different. In an article by... More
  • Travelling Australia

    by Ck109 | 7th of April, 2010

    Hi All I have had the best experience of my life this past year so I thought I would share it with you all.... We drove 36,000 kms around Australia in 4x4 with a roof top tent Jan 09 - Jul 09 The size of the country is mind blowing and you just don't understand... More
  • Racism in Australia

    by Ashwin82 | 1st of June, 2009

    Recently there has been a big issue over the safety of Indian students in Australia after a number of students have been attacked badly by Australians. I am currently doing my Masters in University of Melbourne and took part in a peace protest conducted yesterday to crub... More
  • australia : an amazing country

    by Oliviermeerson | 11th of March, 2009

    I went one year in australia, and spent some time in queensland then went for a ride in ayers rock. Australia is really an amazing country ! Beautiful landscapes, sea and incredible nature. Ayers rock is one of the most beautiful things in the world. Whitsundays islands... More
  • My first 2,000 sales

    by Litifeta | 15th of February, 2009

    Just a quick message to thank all you wonderful people who have helped me reach an important milestone: 2000 sales. I was hoping that 400 uploads would correspond with the milestone but missed it by "that much". I sincerely hope that the next 2,000 rushes along, as... More
  • Flower town

    by Sunflowerhike | 6th of August, 2008

    Girl aways likes flower. In this trip of Australia,what impressed me is not the famous resort,is a little town--Tenterfield.Colourful flower blossoming on the roadside, most of them I can't tell it's name,what I can do is just enjoy them and shoot. More
  • Strengthening Greenback mixed blessing for Australians

    by Litifeta | 5th of August, 2008

    At the moment, the US Dollar is hovering around 92 Australian cents. It reached a dizzy peak at close to 97 cents a few weeks ago, amid predictions of parity similar to the Canadian. This is both good and bad news for Australians, depending on which side of the equation... More
  • Comic tourist map

    by Indos82 | 16th of May, 2008

    Hi all. Today I would like to show you continuation of a series of comic maps for tourists. The first illustration has been placed on a site earlier. It shows a comic map of Africa. The cheerful and easy drawing. It is pleasant to all :) The following map has been... More

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