11 Spectacular Cliff Paths
Cliff paths are paths that are built along the faces of cliffs and also, often surrounded by local vegetation that growing from the rocks. Walking through these trails, visitors can appreciate broad vistas of natural landscape. This is the reason why many people around the world come to these places to enjoy spectacular views. Enjoy a walk with us, through the most spectacular cliff paths from around the world.
NEW “Vintage” Travel Posters!
We don’t get out much, but we have had lots of fun creating new travel posters for places we went to back when we actually had time to travel. Now that we are so stinkin’ busy doing cool stuff for Denny’s, Williams-Sonoma, Ram Trucks and other awesome clients (who found us on Fab.com,) we sit in front of our Macs all day, dreaming of the places we’d like to visit when things calm down. And for us creative-types, dreaming usually leads to inspiration for new poster designs. That is how our…
This is the entrance to the famous Luna Park in Sydney, Australia. I had seen a picture of this place a while back when I was researching Australia. Actually, I only saw the face and thought that it was so very peculiar. I put this on the list of things to visit and didn't actually get around to it until my last day as there are just so many wonderful places to visit in Sydney and the surrounding area. In preparation for my trip, on the flight over, I actually sketched out a few of the shots…
Sydney, Splendid City - Vintage Travel Poster by Vintage Portfolio
This glorious Australian art print, designed by the skilled artists at Vintage Portfolio, depicts Sydney Harbour in all its majesty. The Harbour Bridge dominates the scene, linking the North Shore in the foreground with the towers of the CBD and beyond. C
34 preuves que l'Australie est le plus bel endroit du monde
Rien ne vaut un séjour en Australie pour se souvenir que notre planète est belle.
Urban Ghosts Media is coming soon
Rozelle Tram Depot in Sydney is a historic building containing six abandoned trams and streetcars, graffitied and resembling modern urban art
Sydney Harbour Bridge during construction, 1930, with two aeroplanes, Charles Ulm's "Southern Sun" & a Gypsy Moth / photomontage by Edward Searl
The aeroplanes were added to the already dramatic image of the two halves of the Harbour Bridge arch Format: Silver gelatin composite photoprint Find more detailed information about this photographic collection: acms.sl.nsw.gov.au/item/itemDetailPaged.aspx?itemID=403109 Format: Photograph Search for more great images in the State Library's collections: acms.sl.nsw.gov.au/search/SimpleSearch.aspx From the collection of the State Library of New South Wales www.sl.nsw.gov.au
This stamp issue is part one of a series featuring an old-fashioned Aussie alphabet of humorous scenes. It begins with the letters representing five of our states. Buy in-store or online: http://auspo.st/1RBhNrs #StampCollecting