Mostly photography, with the occasional philosophical contemplation

Jungle Fever



A creek flowing through the jungle near Cape Tribulation in the north-west of Queensland


Wallaman Falls

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All the way down to the basin of the Wallaman Falls, the highest single drop waterfall in Australia. The area is filled with beautiful pristine rain forests and has a great natural camping ground. Really enjoyed our time there back in 2010. And this one will certainly be featured in the photobook. I actually made the first selection for the book. So finally it’s underway ๐Ÿ˜€

Natural fence



At the children’s farm they have this little piece of fence made of willow branches. In the adjacent forest there is a larger natural hedge. As i was strolling took a few images.. Used HDR to create a more dreamy look. Wish you all a lovely weekend (or what’s still left of it ๐Ÿ˜‰ )

The Valley of the Winds


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As one travels through the barren land
These giants appear out of nowhere
A valley hidden in the red desert sand
Once the Great Ancestors stood there
Winds continue to whisper their stories
If one can be silent one can still hear
What is stored in these old memories
They tell us Dreaming is alive in here


Waterfall in the forest

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Another photo of Plitvice Lakes National Park from Croatia. I found it very cool to see a waterfall in the middle of the forest. Most of the waterfalls are standing out by themselves, but this one was a bit hidden. Still hard to miss, but more integrated into its surroundings. Couldn’t cut down the trees (and if i could, i wouldn’t lol), so i left them in frame.

If you live in Europe, or get the change to go.. Croatia is a great place to visit! Not to expensive and a lot of wonderful nature!

Abel Tasman paradise

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Abel Tasman National Park next to Nelson on the Southern Island of New Zealand is amazing! Pristine beaches with lush forests and cabins from the department of conservation in which you can sleep. All the luxury you need, nature provides everything else. Imagine waking up and seeing this as the first thing in the morning? Not bad huh? ๐Ÿ™‚

Wallaman Falls


Wallaman Falls
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Another waterfall from Australia, this time the highest free fall waterfall. It’s a pretty remote location, about 40 miles away from everything, surrounded by lush green rainforest. The way towards this falls was amazing, though we had to drive in first gear at parts of the road because of the steepness lol
Great memories of this nice waterfall!