Terra Australis Incognita – the Land of Contrasts

Thinking about Australia, what images appear in your head first of all? Is it koala sitting on the eucalyptus, kangaroos and wild dingo dogs, extreme windsurfing in the ocean or tranquilizing sun bathing at the virgin beaches, or, maybe, the futuristic architecture design of Sydney Opera House is your first visual association with Australia? Anyway, it is pretty clear that Australia, being the world’s thirteenth largest economy, has much to show and to offer both its residents and visitors. This country, occupying the entire continent, harmoniously combines the virgin beauty of the natural landscapes with the man-created skylines of modern highly developed cities and megalopolises.

Today Cruzine invites you to an exciting journey to the Terra Australis Incognita – the Unknown Land of the South as Australian continent was once known. We have prepared many photographs of the country of Oz to share with our readers. These images will help us recreate the atmosphere of Australia thanks to the talent and skills of the photographers, who found such amazing places and made such great shots, representing Australian nature, its unique flora and fauna, and, of course, its people, who love their country and love their life in the Terra Australis.

Tasmans Arch, Eagleneck Hawk, Tasmania by Artie Ng

It was just time by _davidh_

The Big Red by Garry

Breakaways – Coober Pedy by Georgie Sharp

Pinnacles Desert, Western Australia by Stefano_p

Uluru – Ayers Rock Sunset by John Dalkin


The Yellow Bus by Garry

Breakaways by William Bullimore

AR Lightening by Paul Davis

Outback Ruins by Yury Prokopenko

Beachside Symphony by Harvey Schiller

Surf Australia by Gillian J

Rockbottom by paul (dex)

Australia by Tim Phillips

Mungo Landscape by Yury Prokopenko

The Entrance Beach at Night by Yury Prokopenko

Mahon Pool, Maroubra, Australia by Yury Prokopenko

First light by paul (dex)

Curl Curl, Sydney, Australia by Yury Prokopenko

Great ocean road, australia by David Cubberly

The Blue Mountains Scene by pattpoom

Australian Dingo by Alan Carmichael

Pounce! by Dimitrije Nikic

So Dad, when can I go surfing? by Paco Alcantara

Koala Meditating (The ultimate koala photo?) by Erik Veland

Goodfellow’s Tree-Kangaroo by William Bullimore

Battle of the Titans by heritagefutures

Hervey Bay Whales 3938 by Michael Dawes

Desert Death Adder by Alexandra McCormick

Deadpan by William Bullimore

Boxing kangaroos 2 by Julian Robinson

George Ward Tjungurrayi by Paul Gosney

Jan Billycan by Ingetje Tadros

Typan by Ingetje Tadros

_MG_5590 by Ingetje Tadros

Nisja _MG_4955 by Ingetje Tadros

Gloria Petyarre by Paul Gosney

As the world passes by… by Mark Owen

Cuba Gallery: Australia / Melbourne by CubaGallery

Wanker lane, in the rain by mugley

Centre place by Roberts Birze

The Dark Side Of The Moon by Dylan Kitchener

Smoke & rain by danielklaas

Golden wanderings by mugley

Cuba Gallery: Sydney Australia skyscrapers by CubaGallery

Trying Something… by Kane Gledhill

Giant Sky Wheel, Melbourne by Yury Prokopenko

Sydney Opera & Harbour Bridge, Australia by Paco Cabeza-Lopez

Australia – Sydney OperaHouse by Gianluca

Night View of Melbourne by Yury Prokopenko

Wallancarra by Garry

MadMax – The Interceptor by Garry

Uluru Australia by ozczecho

Aussie loot cake by G0Da

Australia ! Eyre Peninsula South Australia by John White


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With 30 years of life experience behind my shoulders, today I find myself focused mainly around two core values: my family (I am a happy husband and a proud father) and IT in its broadest meaning, including but not limited to hardware and software techniques and innovations. My special interest and true passion is photography. Here I am ready to put my signature under each word, once said by Dorothea Lange: “The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera.” Being a part of Cruzine team, I enjoy instant process of learning as well as sharing my own experience in photography and IT with the readers of this digital magazine.