Christina Jablonski has just posted a new set of Environment photos. The Remarkable Rocks are one of the great attractions of Kangaroo Island in South Australia. Balanced on the cliff top by the Great Australian Bight, those granite rocks acquired their strange surreal shapes because they were exposed to the harsh southern winds and rains for millenia. A species of red lichens grows on the rocks mostly on the ocean side of the cliff and give them the orange colour. You can read the complete lightbox post here for full details and view all the images.
David C Hancock has just posted a new lightbox of Documentary stock photos. Indigenous education extends beyond communities - many courses are available at colleges at major centres and often teachers travel to communities to instruct students. More and more indigenous adults, particularly women, are undertaking mature education. You'll find the main post here for full details and all the images.
Howard Birnstihl has just published a new set of stock photos. Blue wrens twitter from bush to bush; statuesque night herons defy you to see them move; crimson rosellas and king parrots keep a watchful eye on you as they nuzzle open the seed they hold in a sculptural vice-like claw. Roosters crow and flash spiky combs; pelicans soar, as do eagles. Hawks hover. Gulls aggressively flock, ducks and geese promenade and take their families for walks. Penguins burrow and galahs roost. Owls watch and wait. All have feathers, and lay eggs. Some are pets. You'll find the full lightbox here for full details and all the images.
David C Hancock has just published a new lightbox of History images. When Indigenous Australians first came into contact with Europeans their art detailed remarkable observations - people with white skin, ships, guns and horses all made initial big impressions. Then, as both groups intermingled and got to know each other, Aboriginal people drew images more as social reportage for others who would not, or could not, venture out of remote locations. Much of this "Contact Art" is being rediscovered in Arnhem Land today. You'll find the main post here to see all the images.
Kathleen Landells has just published a new set of stock photos. This lightbox features spectacular sunrises over the Melbourne city skyline, purple skies, golden skies, and hot air balloons. Check out Spectacular Melbourne Sunrises here(Original post)
Heather Farish has just released a new lightbox of Food photos. Asia is a vast continent and its range of food is vast; from curries to sushi, from spring rolls to dal bhat to momos. Here is a sample. Check out the lightbox here for full details and all the images.
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Keith Wilcox has just posted a new lightbox of History photos. The Canning Stock Route (CSR) in Western Australia is the longest historic stock route in the world some 1,850 km (1,150 miles) long. The 51 wells along the CSR were built by Alfred Canning and his crew between 1908 and 1910, some are abandoned and some have been reconstructed supplying water to the many adventurous travellers who travel this route. These images are of a trip by the Subaru 4WD club of WA in May/June of 2005 we travelled north to south early in the season to avoid the rush. Check out the complete lightbox here to view all the images.
Lars-Olof Nilsson has just released a new lightbox of Transportation photos. Old automobiles are categorized according to age. Car collectors talk, in chronological order, about antique cars, Brass Era cars, vintage cars and classic cars, but the classification criteria may vary between countries. A vintage car is usually defined as being built between 1919 and 1930, but this lightbox includes automobiles from 1911 to 1932. There are a couple of automobiles whose names you may not even have heard before. View the complete Vintage Cars photo set here
Aboriginal Tourism is a new set of stock images that's been getting a lot of attention recently. Many visitors to northern and central Australia want to know more about Aboriginal culture. A lot of indigenous communities have started their own tour businesses with Aboriginal guides who show visitors various artistic and cultural aspects of their lives and explain the indigenous history of the region. Tourists often get to view dances and eat bush tucker and be engaged in weaving, spear throwing and painting. View the complete lightbox here to see all the images.
Aboriginal Rock Art & People is a new set of stock images that's been getting a lot of attention recently. No matter how remote indigenous rock art is from settlements traditional owners have a responsibility to look after sites and make sure they don't get damaged by feral animals, wildfire and the elements. Often indigenous rangers take on this role, along with recording the sites. You can read the full lightbox post here and see all the images.
Tomatoes is a new set of stock photos that's been getting a lot of attention on our stock library. A selection of tomato shots by Rob Walls, from the tomatoes growing in the garden to bottling preserved tomatoes. Check out the original post here to see all the images.
Keith Wilcox has just posted a new lightbox of Arts photos. Quinkan rock art refers to a large body of locally, nationally and internationally significant Australian Aboriginal rock art of a style characterized by their unique representations of "Quinkans" (an Aboriginal mythological being), found among the sandstone escarpments around the small town of Laura, Queensland. Check out the complete lightbox here to view all the images.
David C Hancock has just posted a new lightbox of People stock photos. Female Indigenous rangers undertake a variety of land management work and are often involved with the collection and cultivation of native foods and seeds. Aboriginal female rangers are also deeply involved with education and scientific programs. Check out Aboriginal Rangers Female here(Original post)
Christina Jablonski has just posted a new set of Travel photos. Berlin is the city where the East meets the West, where the modern buildings and neat green spaces run the length of what once was the Berlin Wall. Then there are quarters where the churches and opulent palaces, elegant gardens, galleries and museums exhibiting treasures from the past, not only German but also those from other countries. With many cafes and restaurants, great shopping places and an interesting nightlife scene Berlin is a city not to be missed on any European tour. You can read the complete lightbox post here for full details and view all the images.
Europe's largest street style skate park. is a new gallery of Sports stock photos by Marcin Roszkowski. I live close to Central Forest Park which is the biggest skate plaza in Europe. One day I decided to go there to have a look around with hope that I may meet someone interesting. And indeed I meet there few really talented guys. Skateboarders and rollerbladers. They have made some amazing tricks for me which i captured on my images now available for you in my gallery. View the original post here for full details and all the images
Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), Vietnam is a new set of Travel stock images by Mark Eden. Ho Chi Minh City, still known to locals as Saigon, is Vietnam's most cosmopolitan city. Home to over 7 million, Saigon combines glass skyscrapers and shopping malls with ancient temples and rambling markets. You'll find the original post here for full details and all the images.
Chris Prior has just published a new lightbox of Lifestyle images. Catherine Hill Bay Boardriders monthly club competition for April 2015 was held in the middle of the beach on the boiler bank; the same same bank as the previous two monthly comps. The day started off with perfect glassy four footers fanned by offshore winds but conditions deteriorated quickly as the wind swung around to the south east. While the swell was not big it was relentless and consequently lots of paddling involved. You'll find the original post here for full details and all the images.
Howard Birnstihl has just released a new lightbox of Lifestyle stock photos. The life of the teenager is one of extremes. One minute we're on a high, the next it's a bummer. It's great to be with the gang but so is being on your own to soak in the week's experiences. Fun, frolics, fashions, food, friends, family, future...and did I mention fones...sorry, phones! Drugs, sex and rock'n'roll are there to tempt us too, but they don't match up to a agme of cricket on the beach. Check out the original post here to see all the images.
Aboriginal People is a new photo lightbox that's been getting a lot of attention on our website. Aboriginal people play a substantial role in contemporary Australian society, particularly in the political arena. many of them are active in the areas of Land Rights, Stolen Generation and racial equality. Others continue to hold their own culture strong so indigenous youth have a vibrant culture as a foundation for their lives. You'll find the original post here to see all the images.