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everlook photography

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Adelaide, AustraliaJoined in Sep. 2018
Award-winning photographers melding landscape photography with family holidays.
It wasn't so long ago we went on a road trip to the Mornington Peninsula where this picture was taken. Now no one is even leaving their houses, much less planning for holidays. It'll be like entering a new world when we come out on the other side of COVID-19, and freedom will take on a new meaning. In the meantime, at least the sun is still shining down on us.
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We're thinking of heading to New Zealand this year - again - for the beautiful landscapes that keep calling us back. Ice crystals form on the top of Hooker Lake in this image, taken on a cold Spring dawn. The Hooker Valley track, located in Aoraki Mount Cook National Park, is a 3 hour/10km return walk that has amazing views, swing bridges and this glacial lake at the end. Best for older children used to walking distances.
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The volcanic ash plains on Tanna Island, Vanuatu, look like something from the moon! Or so the kids tell me... The pink rocks are found closer to Mount Yasur, Vanuatu's active volcano (puffing away in the background in this image), and surrounding it is black sand that eventually gives way to the verdant tropical greenery seen elsewhere on the island.
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We have just returned from a holiday in Vanuatu and we are in love! From volcanoes to waterfalls to giant Banyan trees... we've definitely found our return location for a winter getaway. This image is of a jetty in Eratap, taken at dawn.
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One of many beautiful scenes on the walk to Liffey Falls in Tasmania. Small children can do this walk, just make sure they have waterproof gear and boots if it's muddy.
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There's something about mountains and snow that brings a sense of peace and serenity to the scene. Lake Agnes is a moderate hike (about 3km one way from Lake Louise) and from June to October the Tea House there is open for visitors to enjoy the view while sipping a well-earned beverage.
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View of Wineglass Bay and surrounds at the top of Mt Amos.
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We are getting ready to go back to Cradle Mountain next week, and taking the kids with us for the first time. Can't wait to be back in Tasmania, it really is a beautiful part of Australia.
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When the light hits snow-capped mountains from the side through clearing mist, no words can describe the experience of just being... alive. This image was taken during an October holiday in Canada, along the Icefields Parkway.
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It doesn't snow in Adelaide, so it's always a novelty for us when we visit places, like Tipsoo Lake, where it does. The one thing that gets me every time - the "sound" when it snows... it's just this total stillness in the world. And the trees always look so pretty, too.
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Glenorchy Lagoon, New Zealand. Small town, beautiful scenery, and a little bit of peace and quiet... just the way we like it. A very easy and short boardwalk that kids of all ages can enjoy, although in wet weather it can become flooded.
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These granite boulders should be a familiar sight for Aussies! Kangaroo Island's Remarkable Rocks are a unique landmark on this island just off the coast of South Australia. Little ones and big ones alike will love exploring them and finding nooks and crannies to play in and around. The Remarkable Rocks are located in the southern part of Flinders Chase National Park, about 2 hours drive from the main ferry port at Penneshaw.
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This one is not for the fainted hearted! With seacliffs soaring up to 200 metres above sea level, Cape Raoul is better suited to families with teenagers. Situated in the southernmost part of Tasmania in Tasman National Park, this 14km (return) walk is accessible from a carpark at the end of Stormlea Road. You'll need a Parks Pass to enter this popular day hike.
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Sol Duc Falls in Olympic National Park, Washington, is just a short walk from the carpark and easily accessible, even for small children (make them wear raingear/overpants if you don't want muddy clothes). There is also a small wooden shelter if you need to take cover from the rain.
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The famous Crawley Edge Boat Shed in Western Australia. So many photographs have been taken of this building, yet you just can't help but take one for yourself. And sometimes, simple is best.
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Deep Cove, photographed from Quarry Rock. Where will you travel this year?
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New Zealand's South Island has some of the most spectacular landscapes. On clear autumn days you can get the picture-perfect postcard image - blue lakes, snow-capped mountains and gorgeous fall colours.
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A Dusky dolphin jumps out of the water, in the picturesque surrounds of Kaikoura.
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