Edition four! Who knew the time was going to fly by quite so effectively? The good news is that if you are new to this series, you have three other wonderfully photo rich posts to read, namely Edition 1, Edition 2 and Edition 3.
If you aren’t new – well, here’s a round up of some of the most popular photos that I’ve shared on my facebook page over the last month or so. Handy if you missed any.. or if you’re one of the six out of seven people on the planet who doesn’t have facebook. I know you’re out there! As always, enjoy the photos, and let me know your thoughts in the comments at the end!
This is a shot of Autumn in the Alsace town of Munster, France. The eagle eyed amongst you will notice this is an Instagram shot, taken with my camera phone. Munster is famous for its storks, which nest in great quantity on the roof top, are are quite the sight!
Continuing the Autumn theme, because that’s what’s going on around me in the Northern Hemisphere at the moment. This shot though was actually taken in New Zealand in the Wairarapa region of the north island.
These would be the rather spectacular Bungle Bungles – only accessible by plane or four wheel drive – in Western Australia. Check our more photos of these amazing rocks in my photo essay on Purnululu National Park!
Still in Western Australia – and another four wheel drive only location, this time the beaches of the Francois Peron National Park. Want to find out about some more stunning places in Australia you can only visit by four wheel drive? Check out the guest post I did for Matt Gibson, right here.
Yep – it’s a sunset. Can’t have a facebook page without many gorgeous sunset pictures, right? This one is over Lagoon Beach in Tasmania, and is one of my all time favourite sunset captures.
You’re never too old to play on the swings, right?
This is one of the Costa Brava region’s most famous bridges – leading into the picture postcard town of Besalu. We caught it at sunset, and it was beautiful! If you head over to the facebook page, you can see a picture of me taking this picture!
New Zealand’s gorgeous east cape was one of the highlights of our year there. So much so that I managed to squeeze it into my recent post on how to spend a month in New Zealand. Worth a read if you’re planning a trip out there I reckon!
It’s not all serious high falutin’ stuff, folks. Here’s the classic Instagram capture of a cup of coffee. It was just too cute not to share! If you’re an Instagrammer, you can follow me as @lozula – or just follow my stream on my statigram profile!
The French town of Angouleme in the Poitou-Charentes region of France is full of just gorgeous stuff, including some incredible street art. When I posted this I was feeling a bit under the weather, so this shot seemed appropriate!
Another one from Costa Brava – this time of a church at the point in the coastline where the region got it’s name. This was also a darn fine sky!
Here’s a rare one – a photo of me taking photos! This one was shot by Vera just outside our villa in Spain.
Slightly less rare – we took a break from the TBEX conference to have a quick shoot in one of Girona’s lovely parks. I liked this one of Vera!
It’s the Sydney Harbour bridge at night!
And finally for this round-up, this shot of the Girona waterfront. Admittedly, I didn’t share this one this month, but as a result of it being posted to the Costa Brava tourism board website, it went fairly viral, and became my most popular facebook photo to date – garnering over 1200 likes and hundreds of shares. Which made my day!
As always, thanks so much for reading! Let me know your thoughts on this post in the comments below!