The Glass House Mountain Pyramids silhouetted by a hot Australian sun stand tall mimicking the famous Giza Pyramids as kangaroos play in the vast open space.
Angelic golden beach reflections from a glorious sunset stretch over the mirror like surface as a sailboat heads towards the seductive light.
The sun sets over Lake Samsonvale casting an array of orange and yellow hues across the water as birds seduced by the beauty fly towards the sun.
Still waters of Lake Hume reflect the blue and purple hues of the sky above as an old Australia gum tree becomes a play-thing for small dancing birds.
Sunshine paints the famous Maleny One Tree as the last of the day's light caresses the forests and ridges of the Glass House Mountains.
A pelican waddles in the water in the calm before storm as a large stormfront rolls in from the west across Pumicestone Passage.
A Glass House Mountains storm brews, clouds circling the peak of Mount Beerwah (right) as a sole tree seated within a recently harvested farmland stands strong mimicking the unmoving mountains.
Beautiful pink dusk reflections emanate from the still pools of water left over by the receding tide at Sandstone Point.
A Beachmere storm passes leaving an isolated cloud strikingly resembling a whale floating above the water as rain continues soaking the lands beyond.
After a beautiful clear day on Bribie Island, a lone tree reminiscent of the famous New Zealand Wanaka Tree watches the island sunset for the umpteenth time.
The Maleny mountain range is lacquered in golden light from the fading sun as the ancient Glass House Mountains stand stoic and tall in the distance.
The sunset beauty of Bribie Island is truly magic. As the sun fades behind clouds, the colour ripples over the water and as a flock of birds fly past perfectly timed.
With rain clouds dissipating, a rainbow emerges at Lake Dartmouth while a slight breeze leaves ripples on part of the cold still lake.
A Mount Nebo sunset casts is rays across the D'Aguilar Range as smoke from a forest fire creates hues of orange and yellow in the sky.
A lightning strike reverberates across the open land as a plane emerges just in time from the storm clouds.
In Australian country land, a mother sheep watches on as a baby lamb ascends a small mound.
Draped a violet hue, a moonbow emerges in the heavens above manifesting its distinct ring upon the passing clouds.
Clouds move in for the night as the last of the sunshine strikes the famous One Tree in Maleny.
The last sunlight of a forest sunset dissipates the looming darkness of the forest canopy under a night sky.
This Lake Hume twilight scene is a panoply of activity. As the last of light fades and darkness nears, a supermoon rises above the mountains reflecting onto the lake as bats migrate west.
On a Lake Hume night, a clearing opens in the cloud filled sky revealing bright stars that shine over the cold still blue water of the lake.
A winter fallen log lays upon a soft bed of autumn leaves as moss makes its home on the new real estate.
Under the midday sun, the red desert like atmosphere of the Deception Bay Conservation Park is reminiscent of the planet Mars.
Sea birds fly along the water’s edge at Woorim Beach in Bribie Island at dusk as waves crash upon the shore.
The sunset kisses the Byron Bay Lighthouse a good evening as a wave crests below, all while a humpback whale ascends from the depths.
This Beachmere dusk scene is surreal. Within ten metres of the beach, this lagoon is the resting place for hundreds of birds and a grave for old mangrove trees.
A Beachmere sunrise rises from behind the clouds with amazing vibrancy, as an aging wise old tree celebrates the harbinger of things to come.
On a cool dawn, Lake Ewen Maddock glistens with the subtle light given from the changing hues of the sky above.
A very low tide at Sandstone Point reveals acres of open beach with sharp oyster encrusted rocks and seaweed.
A supermoon rising at nightfall becomes the illuminating source casting light upon the pools of water left by a receding tide at Beachmere.
On a warm Moroccan night, a sail boat traverses the waters as a full moon illuminates its way shimmering gold upon the sea.
A shipwreck glistens under a full moon as old weathered tree stumps and debris protrude dangerously out of the water.
On an autumn afternoon, the sun casts its glory across the surrounding Riverina lands as the Great Murray River bends its way East.
Already into the night, a supermoon rises illuminating Beachmere as a creek meanders gently to the ocean and an old wise tree follows the moon with its outstretched arms.
An ocean sunset beams light thought a small gap left by passing rain clouds, as birds circle and dance at its presence.
Right below the cliffs of the Caloundra ANZAC war memorial a Kings Beach wave crashes into a rock eerily resembling a World War II battleship.
Australian Whistling Kites (or whistling eagles) circle around the peak of Mount Coonowrin as a storm slowly brews.
On a cool Caloundra dawn, water ebbs and flows across the weathered sharp rock shelf that has seen its fair share of glorious sunrises.
Country dreams is a scene with the sun setting, clouds moving across the sky, grass golden by the light, and a long path to somewhere unknown.
On a dreary overcast day, a moment occurs when Bribie Island rays of light pierce the clouds to give hope that the next day will fair better.
White clouds attempt to mimic the white snow caps of Mount Bogong as autumn slowly changes to winter and the tops turn ever white.
A Woorim Beach sunset paints the sky in myriad shades of red, orange and yellow as waves rush up onto the beach seeing who can reach the top first.
A beautiful Riverina Autumn day is exemplified by a fairy tail like array of deciduous trees with leaves of green, yellow and red.
On a bitterly cold morning, fog moves along the hills on a Lake Hume dawn as light emerges from the rising sun.
On a cool Caloundra morning, the sun slowly rises from behind the clouds shimmering across the ocean bringing light to another new day.
On a scorching hot Australian day, two country sheep pause to check out the newcomer as wispy white clouds traverse the open sky above.
As night fast approaches, a Beachmere supermoon rises above the clouds to nestle perfectly between the embracing branches of a Moreton Bay mangrove tree.
As a storm slowly passes as Maleny rays pierce a thick blanket of clouds illuminating the lands beyond.
Already into the night, a bright Bribie Island supermoon rises over Woorim Beach glimmering over the blue ocean.
The last light of a Maleny sunset paints the ridge of a bare hilltop as cows happily graze on the endless pastures.
A Maleny mountain sunset is a true splendour to witness. Rolling hills to infinity are only surpassed by the glory of the suns rays.
On a misty morning at Horseshoe Lagoon, a swan gracefully meanders across the water as the sun begins to shine through the clouds.
The last light of sunshine caresses the ancient majestic Glass House Mountains one last time before nightfall.
The afternoon sun beams done upon Kings Beach as waves crash to the shore and a sail boat traverses the tumultuous seas.
A fierce storm crosses the Pumicestone Passage as a single lightning bolt cracks over Sandstone Point shimmering its magenta light across the water.
Maleny sun rays beam onto the mountain range at sunset as rain clouds temporarily dissipate to pay homage to the suns glory.
Ripples in the sand, a log perfectly resting, clouds of gold, a sunset bright – all beautiful elements within this scene of Bribie Island reflections.
The sun drenches the Indigo Valley in its golden rays one last time before nightfall.
Water from Spring Creek cascades down the rocks at the Beechworth Historic Park as the rays of sunset shimmer upon the landscape.
A host of Australian gum trees with their distinct grey/red bark with bluish leaves enjoy the new moisture brought about by the change into the winter months.
On a Beachmere night, a bird incredulous watches on as a full moon rises shimmering its light upon the pools of water left by the receding tide.
The sun pierces the clouds sending rays draping across the Glass House Mountains Bribie. A bird enamoured by the sun flies towards it.
Under the shade of a dense canopy, water from the Buderim Falls cascades like silk down into the pool below as an Australian Fern Tree watches over.
Just after a storm passes at Beachmere with the sun setting behind the camera, a magnificent rainbow emerges.
The Mitta Mitta River Tallangatta winds its way towards Lake Hume as Australian gum trees dapple the waterway.
On an Australian farm, the fading light of the day illuminates the waterhole where cows and sheep converse about their day in country life.
The rolling country hills of an Australian farmland gets one last kiss from the last of the day's sunlight, as a tree takes in the abundance of fresh air.
A Lake Samsonvale sunset casts its light as the sky reflects like a mirror upon the water
A lightning storm ripped dangerously across the sky illuminating the clouds with pinks and purples.
A Bribie Island Bongaree sunset casts beautiful golden light across dune grass and yellow flowers as the water beacons the viewer in for one last swim before nightfall.
On a bitterly cold stockman dawn a single dead old Australian gum tree braves the frost as a stockman searches for warmth.
On a beautiful Autumn day, late afternoon sun casts long shadows across rolling Maleny hills.
At dusk, rocks appear to float on the glass like water of Woody Point.