Rarotonga, in the Cook Islands is not so accessible, but the journey is certainly well worth it.
Those that leave near to ponds can occasionally snag a small fish, and paralyse it with its venom. The fish is bigger and heavier then the spider so it can take several days to devour the fish.
And here is another example.
The plains of Nebraska are no strangers to extreme stratospheric conditions, as these clouds in West Point demonstrate.
What a cloud formation, and what a sunset it helps create. Mollymook Beach in New South Wales, Australia can boast some of the world’s most spectacular sunsets.
See Alps, see, could be a promotional slogan for the Swiss Alps, but if you run the words together you get the name of this lake Seealpsee. I think it’s the stillness and the perfect reflection that gives the finishing touch to this harmonious scene.
A kiwi bird is rare enough, but a white one is quite something.
With the World Cup around the corner what better place to be than Rio de Janeiro. However I am not quite sure what to make of this photo.
If ever you wanted to get away from it all and spend some time in meditation or deep thought then it would be hard to find somewhere better than the Tagong Monastery in Sichuan, China.