Footpath to hills of flower fields in Kamifurano, Hokkaidō - Japan, June Set against the backdrop of Mt. Tokachi, an active volcano in Daisetsuzan National Park, those flower strips on the hill will be in full bloom in late July to August.
Swirling clouds at dawn above Lake Takepo in the largely undisturbed Mackenzie Country, New Zealand. Beautiful sceneries and winter activities aside, Lake Tekapo also serves as a hydro lake with its water generating electricity for New Zealand's main grid. Taken with iPhone 5s, July 2015.
Sunrise at Lake Tekapo, right in the heart of the Mackenzie Country on New Zealand's central South Island. Viewable from Roundhill and Mt Dobson ski areas on the east side, the lake is bordered by some of the country's highest peaks, providing a beautiful backdrop to some of the best views in the world. Taken with iPhone 5s, July 2015.
A blue & green-colored Public Transport Victoria train passing by one of Melbourne's landmarks, Flinders Street Station. The Station is Australia's oldest train station and is today the busiest suburban railway station in the Southern Hemisphere with over 1,500 trains and 110,000 commuters passing thru each day. August 2017. #flindersstreetstation #ptvictoria #publictransportvictoria #melbournecity #victoria #australia #nightphotography @railways_of_our_world #railwaystation
Cycling, besides walking, is encouraged by Melbourne's city council as a healthy and environmentally friendly transportation mode around the city. Shiny new yellow bikes from a new bicycle ride-sharing company have recently joined Melbourne's iconic blue shared bicycles around the city centre. August 2017. #melbournecity #victoria #australia #bicycles #citycentre #nightphotography
The Equine Eye. Horses have the largest eyes of any land mammal, but the positioning of the eyes on the sides of the head gives them only about 65° binocular vision with the rest 285° being monocular, resulting in lower depth perception than human's. Also, although not color-blind, horses have a more limited two-color vision versus a human's three-color vision, resulting in their seeing blue and green colors well but not reds. Taken at a farm in Margaret River, Western Australia, August…
A distant glimpse of a greek chapel on a hill in Prevelly - Western Australia at sundown, August 2013. Officially known as St. John The Theologian church, the chapel, as well as the village in which it is located, was built by Australian war veteran Geoff Edwards as his tribute to the Greeks, especially the monks of the Holy Monastery of Preveli for saving his and other Allied troops' lives during the 1941 "Battle of Crete" in the midst of World War 2.
Balinese women preparing offerings for a religious ceremony. Since their very young age, Balinese girls have been actively involved in the preparation of offerings for religious ceremonies, starting with those at family temples then at bigger, public ones, from the simplest to the most intricate flower offerings. Taken by my son @andrewarismunandar, September 2010.
Corn seller at Jimbaran Beach, Bali, October 2013. The fishing village and coastal resort's fine, white sands, calm waters and stunning sunset view attracts crowds of people to the beach every evening where mobile stalls as pictured serve tourists and locals right on the shoreline with unmistakable Bali hospitality.
Two boys playing in the park, June 2011. My then-14-year-old son @AndrewArisPSC snapped this picture while we were taking a leisurely walk at the picturesque Royal Botanic Gardens in Melbourne. Considered one of the finest botanical gardens in the world, the Gardens extends over 38 hectares and displays more than 50,000 plants, representing over 8,500 different species from every part of the globe.
Graffiti-lined alleyway, Melbourne City Center, April 2015. Melbourne is known as a city of the arts, and street arts is no exception, allowing artists to express themselves thru a feast of color, ideas and energy at approved outdoor locations throughout the city providing creative ambience to locals and visitors alike.
Autumn in Melbourne. Changing seasonal foliage brings additional charm to the city while its iconic tram passes by. As of May 2017, Melbourne operates the world's largest urban tram network with 250 kilometres of track, 493 trams, 24 routes and 1,763 stops, ahead of networks in St Petersburg, Upper Silesia, Berlin, Moscow and Vienna. Taken with iPhone 5s, April 2015.