Fireworks over Sleeping Beauty's Castle in Disneyland. The ultimate Californian Cliche.
She's got the whole world, in her… Globe in Civic Square, Wellington.
A new take on a classic shot.
In Washington DC, 2012.
My fiancee jumping for joy after hitting 100,000 steps on the Great Wall. Photo taken by me in 2008.
We went to Paris on our trip to Europe. We visited lots of ancient buildings with lots of stairs. The Arc de Triomphe was one of them. While we paid for lift access, many places still had a number of flights of stairs. We kept on saying we wouldn't walk up another flight of stairs, but of course we did. The view at the top made it worthwhile.
In Egypt, walk like… Photo of Brenton Hodgson, taken in a temple by the Nile in 2010.
I took a few friends around Rotorua and to Waiotapu Wonderland and Lady Know Geyser.
This photo was taken by my friend a few years ago while backpacking through Australia, mucking around at sunset at Uluru (Ayers Rock).
Myself and my friend Sara, at the Bolivian salt flats.
Small African airlines as part of their cost-cutting have co-opted outside sources to help with running the airlines. Pre-landing seatbelt checks are also out-sourced, as shown here.
Jerran Carroll getting relief, at last.
Whilst on Contiki around Europe, we had a competition for the most original photo with the famous leaning tower. This entry won us second prize and a much enjoyed bottle of wine! Photo by Phoebe Hewitson, I'm the jumper.
My Fiancé in Cappadocia, Turkey taken by myself - he was very particular about this setting and still makes me laugh to date!
This is a photo of me wearing the Leaning Tower of Pisa as a hat! Clichéd enough?
This photo was taken in Delphi, Greece towards the end of my three month OE in Europe. I did a lot of travelling alone and often use this photo as evidence of my increasing confidence with strangers: "You know you've been travelling too long when you feel comfortable getting a random tourist to take this photo of you."
Antony had a ball around Madame Tussaud's Times Square - boxing with Mohammed Ali, dancing with Beyonce, looking cool with Ozzy Osbourne... all the celebs are touchable.
Tracey 'touching' the top of the Taj Mahal in Agra, India in March 2013. A very hot day, well over 30 degrees.
When my friend and I arrived in London for the first time, we skipped Westminster and Parliament, and headed straight for platform 9 3/4 at Kings Cross Station.
My son Cameron being squeezed to fit into a jar by his mate. We were on holiday, staying in a bach at Granity on the West Coast.
Alastair and Deedee. The must do when visiting Venice - the obligatory gondola ride on the Grand Canal. Magic.
This photo was taken just after the first Christchurch earthquake, but before the major earthquake that devastated the city. During a holiday in Christchurch, my partner Matt Ferris, who took the photo, and I decided to have a go at the classic cheesy tourist photo...
Taken at the Getty centre, Los Angeles in October 2013. My 8 year old decided she might just have a chance to win this race! Saoirse Kenny and Running Man statue
In Cairo, a little Egyptian kid called Ahmed directed me for various poses with the sphinx, including one of the sphinx kissing my rear end. I thought this one of the sphinx kissing my hand was far more respectful to share!
Brent and Lesley Porter at Tam Phu Island better known as James Bond Island, Thailand.
GOOD TIMES: Fun at the Louvre, in Paris.
Taken at Zaanse Schans windmills by my travelling companion Andrew in Holland, October 2012. This is the middle of the not so famous 'I can be a windmill' series. The next two being unsuccessful, as the human windmill collapses, dusts itself off and wanders in search of a Heineken and a waffle. Proost! Op je gezondheid!
Leaning tower of Pisa.
Recently we visited Mt Yasur, an awesome active volcano. My wife snapped me proudly displaying an impressive gas plume, people that know me believe it was mine, I assure you it was Mt Yasur showing off. This is a bucket list experience.
While on a recent trip to Frans Josef Glacier, my 9-year-old brother, Joel, posed for this under a waterfall.
Last day of whirlwind Parisian tour, Carly touching the top of the Louvre.
In 2011 there was a new Pyramid built in Cairo. Quite possibly the best looking one of them all, with three strapping young lads from Christchurch. Also sporting classic Adidas three stripe volleyball uniforms from the mighty Riccarton High School. Photo taken by tour guide Muhammad.
Taken by one of my travel buddies on my OE on the 18th April 2010, the might of the Colosseum stands in the heart of Rome, delicate and timeless piece of history reduced to an elbow rest!
While working at Scott Base, Antarctica I managed to hang out with the locals.
On a recent trip to Egypt we stopped by the pyramids to have a look and get the obligatory tourist snaps. Our guide was eager to make sure that he got shots of all the cliched poses, but the winner had to go to "eat the pyramid". Eat it!
Taken on the Tongariro Crossing in March 2013. Attempts to make it look as if I am falling into the crater after a volcanic eruption! Taken by David Cochrane, photo of Bev Booth.
This was at the Elephant Nature Park in Chiang Mai, Thailand. We had come to our final day in a week of volunteering at the park and the lovely elephants were kissing us goodbye. A photo with an elephant seems to be a rite of passage for anyone who travels in Thailand! Photo taken by a fellow volunteer.
Mind if I borrow your glasses? This was taken in 2010 by a stranger who offered to shoot some pics with my camera.
Getting fried in a salt pan! Taken in the Etosha Salt Pan, Namibia. We couldn't resist a quick play with camera to snap this cliche shot.
HARD WORK: A cliched photo from Cappadocia.
In Pisa a week ago and a thumbs down to my friend Natasha Eccles, who forced me to take this picture.
A storm approaches Victoria Halafihi, and the most cliche of all cliches.
Jared Mason attempts an ancient handstand, in Bamyan, Afghanistan.
Jack Ostler gets some quality time with FDR and Winston Churchill.
Annabel stands in two time zones at once, at the Greenwich Mean time line in London.
Not my lens cap!
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