Jules 3941
 
Muscat, Oman
Australian living in Oman. Love to travel whenever work allows. New people, new cultures, new critters and new food! And I love a spot of photography too.
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Macleay Island, AustraliaMacleay IslandAustraliaKookaburra on the back deck. He was begging for fish scraps from our lunch.Macleay Island, AustraliaMacleay IslandAustraliaBee on lavenderMacleay Island, AustraliaMacleay IslandAustraliaBee on the lavender which is prolific this time of year.Macleay Island, AustraliaMacleay IslandAustraliaBush Stone Curlew. He is sitting on his backwards knees, with his feet in front. We think they are nesting nearby (they do every year), as suddenly...Macleay Island, AustraliaMacleay IslandAustraliaAustralian Wood (Maned) Duck family. The mane stands out in this photo.Macleay Island, AustraliaMacleay IslandAustraliaThe duck family. Dad is in this one, with the brown head / no stripes around the eyes. His black mane is visible running down the back of his head.Macleay Island, AustraliaMacleay IslandAustraliaThe latest addition to the backyard birds. Mum and her 9 babies (there were 10 2 days ago...) Australian Wood (Maned) Ducks.Hohenzollern Bridge, Cologne, GermanyHohenzollern BridgeCologne, GermanyThat's a lot of locks! This side is pretty full, so now all the surrounding handrails are targets too!Hohenzollern Bridge, Cologne, GermanyHohenzollern BridgeCologne, GermanyPadlock bridge in Cologne. Despite it appearing there is no room for another lock when looking at it straight on, there is still space on here for...Hohenzollern Bridge, Cologne, GermanyHohenzollern BridgeCologne, GermanyButterfly that kept fluttering off and coming back. It was courteous enough to sit still for a minute, both with wings closed and open.Hohenzollern Bridge, Cologne, GermanyHohenzollern BridgeCologne, GermanyButterfly that kept fluttering off and coming back. It was courteous enough to sit still for a minute, both with wings closed and open.Ilulissat Icefjord, GreenlandIlulissat IcefjordGreenlandLocals out fishing. Their boats were markedly smaller than our boat, which meant they could maneuver through the sheet ice more easily.Ilulissat Icefjord, GreenlandIlulissat IcefjordGreenlandIt was so peaceful out there (apart from our boat of course...)Sermermiut, GreenlandSermermiutGreenlandThe bay was starting to freeze over for winter. We disturbed the gulls resting on the sheet ice.Sermermiut, GreenlandSermermiutGreenlandIce bergs or ice islands...Sermermiut, GreenlandSermermiutGreenlandFor me, this was a once in a lifetime opportunity. These icebergs were stories high and at least 2-3 times as deep. Once the calve from the...Sermermiut, Ilulissat, GreenlandSermermiutIlulissat, GreenlandFrom Ilulissat in the middle of the day, a boat trip out among the icebergs is a must. It might have been -20C with the wind chill, but this Aussie...River crossing, GreenlandRiver crossingGreenlandGlacier in the middle of the day. Being the end of October, there were only about 6 hours of daylight per day - this was about as high as the sun...Camp Doom, GreenlandCamp DoomGreenlandOn the road back to KangerlussauqCamp Doom, GreenlandCamp DoomGreenlandThe face of the glacier. We weren't allowed any closer in case of ice fall. While we didn't witness any falling here, there were some huge blocks...
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