A young Kookaburra in a gum tree - Sherbrooke Forest, Victoria, Australia. These birds are known for their very distinctive call which sounds like laughing.
Autumn at the Melbourne Royal Botanic Gardens in South Yarra Photo by Marcus Visic www.marcusvisic.com #melbourne #garden #botanic #southyarra #autumn #fall
Sydney Opera House Abstract Black & White Camera: Zenza Bronica ETRsi on loan from Jock Film: Shanghai Developed in: Rodinal stand developed with 1 min initial agitation
A koala sleeping near Meikles picnic area - Werribee Gorge, Victoria, Australia
A motorbike frog (Littoria Moorei) near the banks of the Blackwood River in Nannup, Western Australia. It is called a motorbike frog because its mating call sounds like a motorbike changing gears
Jacky Lizard - Werribee Gorge State Park Photo by Marcus Visic www.marcusvisic.com
The sun had just come up and this kangaroo along with another were making their way down to the Werribee River for a drink. This one paused for several minutes to check us out before continuing.
Non-breeding male Superb Fairy-wren in the Meikles picnic area at Werribee gorge.
A tokay gecko at Villa Bunga Wangi - Canggu, Bali
From the archives Taken during a trip to Komodo National Park, Indonesia in November My Indonesian mate assumed that all Aussies are like Steve Irwin. He bribed the rangers to let me get up close to them.
The sun rising behind Mt Agung on the island of Bali, Indonesia
Photograph Balinese Farmer by Marcus Visic on
A school of jackfish began circling me and my dive buddy near the wreck of the USS Liberty in Tulamben, Bali
I took this shot at Mabele Primary School in Botswana www.marcusvisic.com
Victoria Falls from above. Victoria Falls is located in southern Africa on the Zambezi River between the countries of Zambia and Zimbabwe. It is 1708 meters ft) wide and 108 meters ft) tall.
The Carnival Spirit in Melbourne, Australia. After working on these ships from it was very surreal seeing one on my home turf!
Zambezi River, Zambia
Ascending back to the surface after an amazing dive in a freshwater cave (cenote). These were seen as entrances to the underworld by the Mayans.