Wild Weekly Photo Challenge : People in Nature

We love to explore, and being out in the beauty of nature revitalized and inspires us. These are some of the activities we have enjoyed in the past 2 years of travelling around Australia…

Flying across the rainforest at Eungella

Flying across the rainforest at Eungella

 

Canoeing through the Katherine Gorge

Canoeing through the Katherine Gorge

A dip in the pool under the Jourama Falls

A dip in the pool under the Jourama Falls

 

 

Photographing the beehive formation of the Bungle Bungle

Photographing the beehive formation of the Bungle Bungle

 

Gazing in awe at the glowing colours of Cathedral Gorge bungle bungle

Gazing in awe at the glowing colours of Cathedral Gorge bungle bungle

Early morning walk in the Gregory Ranges

Early morning walk in the Gregory Ranges

If you look carefully you can just see our small van parked on the left hand side of the above photo. This was one of the free camping areas we found in Western Australia. We love freedom camping, sometimes you are alone, other times a few like-minded people share the space with you. Then there is the joy of camp cooking…

Camp fire cooking, yummy...

Camp fire cooking, yummy…

A glass of wine while waiting for dinner to cook

A glass of wine while waiting for dinner to cook

The best way to really absorb the sights and sounds of nature is to sit and sketch.

Sketching

Jack sketching

This is my contribution to the “Wild Weekly Photo Challenge” click this link take a look at the other competitors,  they set a very high standard of photography and I felt honoured last week, to receive an honourable mention with my photo of the crocodile (see it here).

 

 

 

 

 

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18 thoughts on “Wild Weekly Photo Challenge : People in Nature

  1. Marvellous photos, Pommepal. Love the one of flying across the rain forest. 🙂 Cheers to you and your glass of wine. 🙂

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  2. Australia is such a beautiful place, perhaps someday I’ll make it there to see it for myself. I enjoy many of the activities you shared in your images, most notably hiking, camp fire cooking, and sketching in nature (although my sketches are not that good).

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  3. Love these photos, Pauline. That first picture of Jack should be in some kind of commercial. That is one of the happiest pictures I’ve ever seen. Campfire with a glass of wine is pretty good, too. 😉

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    • Thanks Maddie, Jack liked your comment about him, he is a very happy person and he just loves wearing those “happy pants” they are great conversation starters…One of the best times of the travelling day is “happy hour” either on our own or with others we meet up with

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  4. While it is pretty cold here and looks so warm and inviting in your photographs, it is a real treat to see them, just beautiful ! Thank you…

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    • Thank you for stopping by. Hope you are keeping all wrapped up over there and pleased my photos brought a little warmth to your day

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  5. Fantastic photos! Excellent for the challenge (Australia is such a beautiful place) 😉

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  6. I absolutely loved your first pic, it just radiates joy

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  7. Sandra

    lovely photos…so full of joie de vivre!

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  8. Travelling vicariously with you. Wonderful photos.

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