Our plan to visit Kalbarri Gorge for sunset in Western Australia was thwarted by a bushfire caused by lightening that closed the area. Thankfully the roads opened in time for us to visit it on our way out the next day, as it’s a really beautiful location and deserves a visit. Nature’s Window is a natural rock formation, reached via a 400 metre loop walk, that frames the river view perfectly.
Travel Photo Tuesday – and how you can join in.
Whether you are a traveller who takes photographs or a photographer who travels, the photos you return home with are permanent reminders of incredible experiences in unforgettable locations.
A good travel photo tells a story. It captures the essence of a location, culture or experience. It inspires you to keep exploring and inspires others to start.
A travel photo is my favourite and most valuable souvenir. And I think it deserves a weekly featured post on my blog!
Travel Photo Tuesday is my new weekly feature, where I share my travel memories to inspire you to create your own.
But I like to be inspired too! So I’m inviting you to share your favourite travel photos with me.
Simply include a link to one of your own travel photos in the comments section below, so I can visit your blog to check it out. And at the end of each month, I’ll feature my favourites in a special monthly post with your bio details and a link to your blog.
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