The iconic red rock, white sand, and blue water of Bathurst Island, Tiwi Islands, Northern Territory, Australia. The Tiwi Islands are part of the Northern Territory of Australia, 80 km to the north of Darwin where the Arafura Sea joins the Timor Sea. They are inhabited by the Tiwi people, as they have been since before European settlement in Australia. The Tiwi are an Indigenous Australian people, culturally and linguistically distinct from those of Arnhem Land on the mainland just across the water.
The view out from the Schilthorn, a 2,970 metre high summit which is the highest mountain north of the Sefinenfurgge Passforms in the Bernese Alps. Perched above the village of Mürren and the valley of Lauterbrunnen, it is famous for the rotating restaurant and bar in the initial scenes of the 1969 James Bond movie On Her Majesty's Secret Service. Taken with Fuji Velvia slide film.
Looking over Richardsons Beach as the sun sets on the pink granite peaks of the Hazards. Freycinet Peninsula, Tasmania, Australia