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Tenzing-Hillary Airport, Nepal

The Tenzing-Hillary Airport in Lukla, Nepal has been rated as the most dangerous airport in the world.
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Muay Thai Fighter, Thailand

A Muay Thai fighter recuperating in-between rounds. He went on to win the fight.
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Swan Taking Off, Ireland

Taken at the Lakelands, Naas, Kildare, Ireland
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Sunset Leap, Broga

Taken from Broga Hill, famous for it's panoramic views of the surrounding landscape.
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Sadhu at Pashupatinath, Nepal

Sadhus are renunciates who have left behind all their material belongings. They live in caves and temples all over India and Nepal.
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Storm Brewing, Ireland

St. Bartholomew’s Catholic Church, Kildorrery, Co. Cork, Ireland
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Hong Kong skyline

The Hong Kong skyline just before the start of 'A Symphony of Lights'
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Ama Dablam, Nepal

Ama Dablam is a Himalayan mountain that is located in Nepal. The main peak is 6812 metres high and the lower peak is 5563 metres high.
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Bug-eyed!

Did you know that the 30000 facets of the dragonfly's compound eyes allow it to see in all directions at the same time?
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Basking Lizard

A lizard basking in the sunlight
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Prayer Flags, Nepal

The five colours that are arranged in a specific order represent the elements and the Five Pure Lights.
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Millennium Bridge, London

A steel suspension bridge for pedestrians that crosses the Thames.
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Fire Poi, Thailand

Fire Poi at the Last Bar on East Railay Beach, Thailand
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RWMF 2011, Borneo

Funky Australian band Kamerunga playing at 2011's Rainforest World Music Festival.
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Gamecock, Indonesia

Specially conditioned gamecock ready for the blood sport of cockfighting.
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"In the end, it's not going to matter how many breaths you took, but how many moments took your breath away" - Shing Xiong

Mountains

Everest Base Camp & High-Altitude Passes, Nepal
Everest Base Camp & High-Altitude Passes, Nepal
Everest Base Camp & High-Altitude Passes, Nepal
Everest Base Camp & High-Altitude Passes, Nepal
Everest Base Camp & High-Altitude Passes, Nepal
Everest Base Camp & High-Altitude Passes, Nepal
Everest Base Camp & High-Altitude Passes, Nepal
Everest Base Camp & High-Altitude Passes, Nepal
Everest Base Camp & High-Altitude Passes, Nepal
Everest Base Camp & High-Altitude Passes, Nepal
Everest Base Camp & High-Altitude Passes, Nepal
Everest Base Camp & High-Altitude Passes, Nepal
Everest Base Camp & High-Altitude Passes, Nepal
Everest Base Camp & High-Altitude Passes, Nepal
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A trip to a place such as Everest Base Camp requires a lot of preparation as any sustained trek uphill for weeks on end tends to take its toll, both physically and mentally, on those who try to take it on unprepared. I was fairly confident with my fitness levels so felt that I didn't require any special conditioning for the trip but I did ensure that the routes that I had planned to use were pre-programmed ..more..


Ridges

The Western Arthur Range, Tasmania, Australia
The Western Arthur Range, Tasmania, Australia
The Western Arthur Range, Tasmania, Australia
The Western Arthur Range, Tasmania, Australia
The Western Arthur Range, Tasmania, Australia
The Western Arthur Range, Tasmania, Australia
The Western Arthur Range, Tasmania, Australia
The Western Arthur Range, Tasmania, Australia
The Western Arthur Range, Tasmania, Australia
The Western Arthur Range, Tasmania, Australia
The Western Arthur Range, Tasmania, Australia
The Western Arthur Range, Tasmania, Australia
The Western Arthur Range, Tasmania, Australia
The Western Arthur Range, Tasmania, Australia
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The Western Arthur Range lies in Southwest National park, in Southwest Tasmania, and is one of the most dramatic mountain ridges in the whole of Australia. This World Heritage Area is known for its glaciated landscapes, jagged quartzite crags, spectacular lakes (approximately 30 of them, and along with the peaks and ridges, were named after celestial objects), unpredictable and violent ..more..


Coastlines

The Cape to Cape Track, Western Australia
The Cape to Cape Track, Western Australia
The Cape to Cape Track, Western Australia
The Cape to Cape Track, Western Australia
The Cape to Cape Track, Western Australia
The Cape to Cape Track, Western Australia
The Cape to Cape Track, Western Australia
The Cape to Cape Track, Western Australia
The Cape to Cape Track, Western Australia
The Cape to Cape Track, Western Australia
The Cape to Cape Track, Western Australia
The Cape to Cape Track, Western Australia
The Cape to Cape Track, Western Australia
The Cape to Cape Track, Western Australia
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The Cape to Cape Track is a 135 km long trail that runs North-South along the West coast of the peninsula between Cape Naturaliste in the North, and Cape Leeuwin in the South. The trail itself mostly follows sweeping, windswept limestone ridges and long stretches of seemingly untouched, pristine beaches. It does however occasionally mix it up by looping inland through woodland and gorgeous karri forests ..more..


Gorges

The Murchison River Gorge, Western Australia
The Murchison River Gorge, Western Australia
The Murchison River Gorge, Western Australia
The Murchison River Gorge, Western Australia
The Murchison River Gorge, Western Australia
The Murchison River Gorge, Western Australia
The Murchison River Gorge, Western Australia
The Murchison River Gorge, Western Australia
The Murchison River Gorge, Western Australia
The Murchison River Gorge, Western Australia
The Murchison River Gorge, Western Australia
The Murchison River Gorge, Western Australia
The Murchison River Gorge, Western Australia
The Murchison River Gorge, Western Australia
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The Murchison River Gorge is a spectacular riverine gorge that can be found in Kalbarri National Park in Mid-West Western Australia. The 80 kilometre-long gorge has been carved out by the Murchison river, the second-longest river in Australia, as it meandered over millions of years towards the end of its 780 kilometre journey, just before swerving towards the township of Kalbarri and the Indian Ocean ..more..


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