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China Pavilion at World Expo 2010

The host nation's massive pavilion at the World Expo 2010 hosted in Shanghai, China.

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On a blue winter's day, a view from Brooklyn of the iconic Brooklyn Bridge. One of the marvels of the world, the Great Wall of China, unrestored section as seen from near the Mutianyi section of the wall, north of Beijing. Just north of Port Douglas in Far North Queensland is the lush tropical rainforest called the Daintree. Just outside the city of Barcelona, deep in the nearby hills lies a monastery called Santa Maria de Montserrat.  This shot was taken from nearby, looking away from the majestic hillside. The original wooden roof of a church not far from the hustle and bustle of busy La Rambla in the Spanish city of Barcelona. The host nation's massive pavilion at the World Expo 2010 hosted in Shanghai, China. This is a quaint traditional Japanese structure we found inside the grounds of the Imperial Palace in Tokyo, Japan. Getting lost in the nighttime atmosphere amidst the bright lights of the Shinjuku district in Tokyo, Japan. The western rim of the Grand Canyon in Arizona is a spectacular sight.  This branch seemed to be reaching out into the depths of the void below. Snapped in Athens in 2010, we were amongst the first to ascend the Acropolis that day, and managed a rare shot with almost no people around. A photo looking out from deep within one of the Queen Pyramids at the Giza Pyramid complex near Cairo, Egypt. A rare opportunity to see clearly and vividly from the Brooklyn Bridge all the way to Liberty Island by way of the tip of Manhattan Island on a perfect Winter's morning in December 2004. The city known as Rhodes Old Town benefits from an amazing port with crystal clear waters and spectacular weather. This is at the entrance to the Capela dos Ossos in the city of Evora in Portugal.  The macabre nature of the chapel is well and truly masked by the opulent detail which welcomes you. A look inside the Capela dos Ossos, or Chapel of Bones, located in the Portuguese city of Evora.  Features a warning at the entrance: “We, the bones that are here, await yours." This is a photo underneath the massive dome of St Peter's Basilica in the Vatican City.  The pavilion-like structure in the centre stands 30 metres tall! Taken in Barcelona in 2010, the Basilica is seemingly always being further developed, decades after the death of its architect, Antoni Gaudi. Taken in the Spanish city of Barcelona in 2010.  This is typical of a downtown block in the Gothic quarter, just off La Rambla. A nice black and white rendering of the staircase spiraling through Christopher Wren's "Monument" in the heart of London. This is a nice shot of the rich interior of St John's Co-Cathedral on the island of Malta.  Its rich heritage is owed to the successes of the Knights of St John, who relocated to Malta after leaving the island of Rhodes. This delightful snap was taken in 2009 when we visited the charming old world town Burano, about 45 mins by ferry from Venice, Italy. Taken while visiting the ancient capital of Greece - Athens - during our trip in 2010.  Great detail on the seat, the graffiti really stood out. A view of the ancient Sphinx at the Pyramid complex at Giza, just outside Cairo in Egypt. Taken from Cairo, this is a late afternoon view of the river Nile. Taken from inside the brand new and very modern Library of Alexandria during our first visit to Egypt in 2010. This gate is located in the surrounding area at the six harmonies pagoda, the structure was built during the Southern Song Dynasty (420-589), and improved during the Ming (1368-1644) and Qing Dynasties (1644 -1911). These rock carvings ("The Feilai Feng grottoes") have existed in the hillside at Lingyin Temple in HangZhou for almost 1,000 years. Taken from the grounds of Old Parliament House on Australia Day, this is a shot near the Aboriginal tent embassy.  The letters paint a very visceral picture at the heart of Aboriginal affairs. Walking around my neighbourhood in the summer evenings - especially around sunset - provides opportunity to get some interesting contrast shots.  The sky was a brilliant amber/apricot contrasted against the dark brick of the newly built terrace houses. In the western part of Canberra, the sun sets over the Brindabella ranges and Mount Stromlo.  On a summer's evening this can produce lovely effects if the timing's right.