Gullfoss, also known as the "Golden Falls", is made up of two separate falls. The upper tier is 11 meters high and the lower 21 meters. Millions of litres of water fall endlessly over the basalt cliffs at an average rate of 109 cubic metres per second.
Mesquite Dunes, Arizona
A women walks along the top of one of Death Valley's Mesquite Flat sand dunes. Although these aren't the tallest sand dunes within Death Valley, the depth of the sand at the largest dune's crest sits at around 40 meters. The size of these dunes can be very diseptive.
Monument Valley, Utah
The sunrise over Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park creates a recognisable silhouette of the East Mitten Butte, just to the left, of Merrick's Butte.
Seattle Space Needle, Washington
Seattle's famous space needle observation tower, is made up of an impressive 3700 tons of steel and anchored by 467 truckloads of concrete.
Brooklyn Bridge, New York
Behind the coin-operated optical viewer located at south-street seaport deck, you get a unique view of New York's famous Brooklyn Bridge.
Briksdal Glacier, Olden
Standing along the bank of a stream flowing from the Briksdal glacier, the low-lying clouds part for a moment, to reveal a glimpse of the surrounding mountains. A few seconds after taking this photograph, the mountain dissapeared from view.
Horseshoe Bend, Arizona
The aptly named horseshoe section of the Colorado River located near the town of Page, around 5 miles downstream from the famous concrete arch of Glen Canyon Dam.
Yosemite NP, California
Yosemite National Park is well known for its waterfalls, granite cliffs, giant sequoia groves and spectacular views. Designated a World Heritage Site in 1984, it is loved and visited by over 3.7 million people each year.
Not far from the village of Grundarfjordur, you'll find Kirkjufellsfoss, one of my favourite waterfalls in Iceland. It is surrounded and complimented by the rugged, picturesque Icelandtic landscape.
Bryce Canyon, Utah
A couple beginning one of the many day hikes within Bryce Canyon national park. Years of rain, wind and other geologic factors have etched away and shaped the orange and pink cliffs that make up Bryce Canyon.
Sacré Coeur, France
This Roman Catholic church took 39 years to build, at an estimated cost of 7 million French Francs, raised to a large degree by private donations.
Zabriskie Point, California
Zabriskie Point forms part of what is known as the Amargosa Range within the Death Valley National Park. Surrounded by impressive colours, patterns and formations, Zabriskie's Point is a unique landscape that is definitely worth a visit.
Exit Glacier Stream, Seward
In the foreground a steady flowing glacial stream flows through the picturesque surroundings, a common site when driving along the roads of Seward in Alaska.
Olden is the 6th longest fjord in Norway and is a good place to experience the beauty of the Nordic Fjords.This scenic little village has a population of just over 480 people, and because of its beautiful landscapes and rolling hills, it is a popular tourist destination.
Jokulsarlon Lake, Iceland
The view from the banks of the Jokulsarlon lake, scattered with ever-changing ice formations. The literal translation of Jokulsarlon is "glacial river lagoon".
A post-card perfect scene in Olden's shelted boat bay. The colourful boat houses reflect off the still water as the morning mist starts to dissipate.
Golden Gate Bridge, California
San Fransico's popular Golden Gate bridge has been open since 1937, and has been deemed by Frommers, the most photographed bridge in the world. I think we can all see why.
Mesquite Dunes, Arizona
A view from the top of one of Death Valley's Mesquite sand dunes. As the morning sun rises, shadows accentuate the curvaceous, textured formations.
Santa Monica Beach, California
People walking along the beach as the sun sets on California's popular Santa Monica beach. The famous Santa Monica pier can be seen in the background.
Previously known as Queenstown, Cobh is Ireland's only dedicated cruise terminal and receives around 100,000 cruise liner passengers and crew every year.
Monument Valley, Utah
Two horses belonging to one of the locals within the Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park, walk along the dusty road.
Broadway Tower, Cotswolds
Broadway tower is situated on an ancient beacon site and was built in 1799. Its 17 meters high and 312 metres above sea level, making it the second highest point in the Cotswolds.
Durdle Door, Dorset
A naturally formed limestone arch located along the Jurassic Coast in Dorset, England. Apparently the name Durdle was actually derived from the Old English word 'thirl', which means drill or bore.
Antelope Canyon, Arizona
A view from inside the narrow Lower Antelope Canyon. A sun beam seeps through its aesthetically pleasing curves, showing off its bright orange colours and textures. The canyon attracts thousands of visitors every year.