Eyes of a little girl in Maun Thauk, Myanmar. Her face is covered in a natural sunscreen, made out of petrified wood that they make a powder out of and add essence and water.
The Lighthouse and unknown tourists at Beachy Head, East Sussex, England.
'Taxi' ride to the Tonle Sap lake in Siem Reap, Cambodia.
Mahouts with one of their charges in Elephant Valley, a sanctuary for elephants in Cambodia.
I love the surreal feeling of this picture, it sums up the spirit of Carnival in Venice.
A hostess hands out fliers advertising a 'Maid Cafe'. Akihabara, Tokyo, Japan.
The doctors in Kenya
Perfect Stripes in Serengeti
The Holy Monkey: While exploring a small village in Northern Laos I came across this monkey which was chained up as a pet. The way it wrapped the plastic sheet around itself made me think of images of the virgin Mary; it seemed to have such a human expression of strength despite loss in this bombed-out village.
Jake and I on Pooh Bridge, Ashdown Forest, East Sussex, UK.
Little children resting in the 40+ degree heat, Siem Reap, Cambodia 2005
Young Boy wandering the Angkor Wat Temple Complex, 2005.
Freedom. My son Mitchell taken on a ridge on the walking Kepler Track, Fiordland National Park, New Zealand
The long road from Marrakech. I took this photo in 2007. The starkness of the situation was so amazing and to see a lone woman walking this huge road humbled me,as there was nothing around for many miles. I could not imagine the hardships she has experienced, and the things she would think about during her mammoth walk. I live in Christchurch and have experienced the quakes, but my life will return to what is was. This woman lives like this. Forever.
We came across this couple in a remote part of Togo in West Africa. Despite the poverty and conditions they were very happy, a lesson to us all.
This is taken in the remote mountain village of Bac Ha in Vietnam. Every Sunday they have a market where the locals come to trade. This is a photo of the colourful flower H'mong people admiring clothes.
Wainui Falls, Abel Tasman National Park. A far cry from the normal hustle and bustle life of this North Island Police Officer and WINZ Manager. Recommendation: Nothing overseas can beat the true tranquillity and beauty of New Zealand.
Your car is drunk. For some people this would be correct.
A man pours Coke into his hands and lets the monkeys take drink a cool refreshing drink on a 40 degree day at the Sun Temple in Jaipur, India
'Neath the wings of an Angel, Newcastle, UK
I took this photo of my daughter Ashleigh who was absolutely blown away by the stunning views at Lake Pukaki, you can see Mt Cook in the background and the water was the most beautiful colour I have even seen. This photo was taken in January this year on our recent family holiday around the bottom of the South Island.
This photo was taken at the end of a long day's travelling - we arrived at Palmrya, Syria just as the sun was about to set, and were greeted by an inquisitive camel. What a way to be reinvigorated!
Nepali drivers taking the elephants for a walk. We stayed at Tiger Tops Jungle Lodge in September 2010.
Tower Bride on a winters night. A cold calm night in London with the light just right :)
Matty, Teegz and myself swapping yarns after skydiving from a chopper above the Swiss Alps in Lauterbrunnen.
Early morning at Cathedral Cave Beach, Catlin's Coast, Otago.
I snapped this shot of a group I was guiding to the Annapurna Sanctuary, Nepal.
Outside Bangkok is a Tiger Temple where you can touch the tigers, which had always been a dream of mine.
My son Aaron finally realizing his dream to visit Machu Picchu
A miniature train in Northern India is so packed that children are held half out of the train and they set their own fashion trends...
Not a single man-made structure nor a fumbling attempt at stringing words together can compare to the breathtaking vastness of the Grand Canyon's South Rim.
In Stonetown, Zanzibar, this young girl let me take her picture.
Gorilla in Rwanadan Bush
Dawn, on top of Mt Vallunaraju (5,686m) in the Cordillera Blanca mountain range in Peru. The photo was taken by my Mountain Guide - Tito Paredes.
Scene from the front yard of Larnach Castle.
My Family on the far side of the Pont Du Garde, France
On an uninhabited island in Aitutaki - one of the most amazing places I've ever visited
Ferry on Sydney Harbour.
Taken on the 19th of November this year at the Saadian Tombs, Marrakech city, Morocco.
A street cat sits on sacred ground near graves, not bothered that there are tourists everywhere.
Abdullah on the Nile, Eqypt. He spoke very little English but was a happy and friendly man who made our trip unforgettable.
Beachcomber Island before Cyclone Evan is a picture of paradise relaxing nature after a nice game of beach volleyball.
The fun of the fairground ride at the cathedral in Basel Switzerland, and the hint of rain.
A boy in Ethiopia enjoying the simple task of collecting dried dung to start a fire.
Side saddle in Sahara
Whangamomona a one horse town and peaceful way of life
Something they said? The ladies of Venice, Italy, gather to swap the local gossip - but not with everyone.
Early morning on train in India: This shot was completely lucky to capture the stillness of the night, the animals of India and the movement of life, which mainly seem like ghosts in out travels.
Father and daughter enjoying 28 degrees during a winter escape to Australia's Gold Coast.
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