Our trip to South Australia was focused on two things – wine and nature. We found both of them, in a very large quantity! Driving through the best of Australian wine regions was amazing! We have visited Barossa Valley, Clare Valley and Adelaide Hills. The last one was very German and very Australian at the same time…
Driving trough South Australia’s back roads and little towns is a real fun. So many cool and beautiful places.
You never know what you will see around the next corner or hill.
Photos taken in Mintaro (population 226 people), Polish Hill River region, Clare Valley region.
Wake up in the morning, get to the airport, fly for a couple of hours, pick up a campervan and drive half a day.
All this to spend a night at the random Aussie cattle station, few hundreds kilometres north of Adelaide in South Australia.
Magical place and that night sky…
Very picturesque place at South Head in Sydney called Camp Cove. Photographs taken at sunset between 7:35pm – 8:25pm.
The most known beach in Australia and that evening definitely a place to be. Photos taken in July 2014, the middle of Australian winter.
It was amazing display of colours combined with stormy clouds and angry ocean.
I was browsing through my photos and came across those. An afternoon walk in Rushcutters Bay, Sydney.
It’s raining right now, it’s hot an humid.
Taken with Fuji X100!
Nielsen Park is located at Vaucluse in Sydney’s eastern suburbs, less than 10km from the heart of City Business District. Park has it’s own beach called Shark Beach… with a shark net. Anyway there’s really nothing to worry about, the net give swimmers more peace of mind than protection. Glorious harbour views, big old fig trees, crystal clean water make it very picturesque place to relax. No wonder I’ve been there five times in last two weeks