Blog - Rod Andrewartha
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I shot these wonderfully clear images of Siple Island, Antarctica, today whilst operating the QF28 service from Santiago to Sydney. The flight-plan took us as far south as 73.5° south,  about 100 nautical miles off the Antarctica continent. Siple Island with its 10,200' mountain sits...

At this time of year in California summer is a distant memory. The clouds drop down with the temperature; beach time is short and only the brave brave the waves. This was shot in August, actually, and is not San Diego; rather it's Newport Beach. Just...

Within the massive buildings of Angkor Wat there is intricacy and detail. Some of the most important are the bas reliefs on all four sides of the lower gallery. There are over 600 metres of these stunning, two-metre high sandstone carvings. They depict various cultural,...