From the ephemeral lakes to the woodlands and eastern hills, Perth abounds with birds – some 190 species in total.
Her name is Puan and at 60 years of age, she’s officially broken the Guinness World Record.
Patience and persistence were the key elements behind capturing this stunning shot.
In her new photo book, Perth, Australian Geographic photographer Frances Andrijich returns to her hometown to capture the country’s most remote capital through stunning images. With natural beauty, a diverse cultural makeup and a laid-back beach culture, Perth is a multicultural metropolis. Labelled as one of the world’s top 10 most liveable cities, it combines economic opportunity with a burgeoning arts scene, new streetscapes and a relaxed coastal lifestyle.
Encompassing 200,000sq.km of some of Earth’s most ancient rocks, Western Australia’s Pilbara region stretches from a coast harbouring ancient human art to an ochre-red inland cut by gorges and waterfalls.
A storm cell rolls across the hills near Perth, Western Australia, just as the sun begins to rise – turning the thundering clouds pink and purple.
On the banks of the Swan River in Matilda Bay sits one of the most photographed boatsheds in Western Australia.
History, nature and tourism collide on unique Rottnest Island, a long-time favourite with West Australian holidaymakers.
On This Day
In Jan 1903, a pipeline bringing water from Perth to Western Australia’s parched goldfields began to flow.
The mission to return a fallen square-tailed kite chick to its nest resulted in stunning photography.