This image shows the movement of time, from when the First Fleet arrived from Europe in 1788 to a modern Australia with iconic world recognised cityscapes.
From tall ships to opera houses, how far we've come.
In Australia we have more parrot species than anywhere else in the world and they make up a large part of our audible landscape. Here these Pink and Grey Galahs have taken roost on some powerlines. Their spacing looks like a piece of written music. It makes me wonder how it would sound if it could be played.
The vine slicing across the western sky. Nothing exists that is higher than this vine between here and Africa. It sits on the rim of the Bunya Mountains in Queensland and from here to the west there is nothing but desert and sea.
Bleached rocks show a tide line where previously the tanin stained waters had crept to a higher level. Now though the waters simply swirl around the rocks leaving eddies of soft patterns in the surface.