The Burg Al-Arab at sunset as seen from Jumeriah Beach. Burg Al-Arab, a luxury hotel in Dubai, is known for its distinctive sail shape. At 321m it is the 4th tallest hotel in the world. It built to resemble the sail of a dhow, a type of Arabian vessel. Burg Al-Arab, Dubai, UAE.
Yellow-Eyed Penguin - Otago Peninsula, New Zealand
Rare Yellow-Eyed Penguins having a slight disagreement as they walked from the beach to their respective nests. The Yellow-Eyed Penguin is the rarest penguin in the world. It is located only on the coast of the South Island, New Zealand. They are also the only penguin that does not live in colonies, rather preferring isolated nests. Otago Peninsula, New Zealand.
Canoeing Lake Louise - Banff National Park, Canada
Canoeing Lake Louise. Named Lake of the Little Fishes by the Stoney Natoka First Nations people, Lake Louise is a glacial lake in Banff National Park. The emerald color comes from rock flour carried into the lake by glacial waters located high above the lake.
Lake Louise, Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada.
Camping at Mt. Barnett Station. The Kimberley, Australia
Camping at Mt Barnett Station in Australia's The Kimberly. The Kimberley is considered Australia's last great wilderness. It is a land of massive Boab trees, red soil, vibrant Aboriginal culture, and night skies thick with stars.