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Pacaya Volcano, Guatemala.

Pacaya, one of the most active volcanoes in the world

All alone on a volcano.

It was at this time that I heard a crackling hissing sound nearby, turned around, and saw that about 10 metres away the ground had opened up and there was now hot red lava following out of the newly formed crevice.

Pyramid and sky, Giza, Egypt.

In ancient times these pyramids were covered in polished white limestone and would have been dazzling, reflecting the sunlight. Over the years the limestone has weathered away, been broken/damaged by earthquakes, or deliberately removed.

Chichen Itza, Mexico.

The name Chichen Itza is derived from the Mayan meaning “at the mouth of the well of the Itza”.

Mountains, clouds and rainbows, Nepal

The clouds part long enough to review the mountains and a rainbow

Himalayan Cloudscape, colour vs monochrome

Clouds envelop the Himalayan peaks of Nepal, a scene that is dramatic in colour or monochrome.

Bats leaving Deer Cave, Sarawak, Borneo.

Deer cave contains millions of bats, 12 different species have been observed there including an estimated 3 million wrinkle lipped bats making this one of the largest bat colonies anywhere in the world.

Sepilok, Orangutan eating banana.

the Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre near Sandakan in Sabah, was established in the mid 1960’s with the aim of rehabilitating orphaned or rescued orangutans and returning them to the forest.

Pyramids in sepia

Some of the pyramids are believed to have been built over a period of about 20 years and would have required a workforce of as many as 200,000 people.

The Old Cataract Hotel, Aswan, Egypt

It’s said that Agatha Christie wrote “Death on the Nile” whilst staying there and a film based on the novel was shot there in the 1970s.

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