Stock Photography Lightboxes by Tony Miller

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Australian Wildlife

Australia has an amazing assortment of wildlife, ranging from the rare and exotic to the kangaroo and emu shown on our national crest. In addition there are hundreds of different birds and mammals. Many can be seen either close to or even in our cities, particularly our colourful birds. This is a small selection from my photographic archives.

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Berlin - German Capital

Berlin is the capital city of Germany with a population of 3.4 million. It is a major centre of culture, politics, media, and science in Europe. The Berlin Wall between East and West Berlin was built in 1961 completely separating the two halves of the cit until the wall was breached on 9 November 1989. In October 1990 the East and West Germany were reunified as the Federal Republic of Germany, and Berlin became the German capital.

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Broome and Kimberley region

Broome is famous for its pearling industry and is a major tourist destination in the north of Western Australia, 2200km north of Perth. Highlights of the region are the town itself with its historic links to the pearling industry, Chinatown and places such as Cable Beach where camel rides, particularly as the sun sets, are hugely popular. Within the region are wonderful attractions like Geikie Gorge and Cape Leveque plus Aboriginal settlments like Lombadina.

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Canberra bushfires 2003

On 18 January 2003 a firestorm. known in the US as wildfires. struck the suburb of Duffy in Canberra, Australia's National Capital. The bush fires had started days earlier in bushland but suddenly raced through pine forests, over Mount Stromlo into Duffy and on to Holder, Rivett, Chapman, Weston and Kambah. Four people died and 500 houses were destroyed. These are a few of thousands of the photographs I took over the next three years as recovery took place. They include destroyed property an

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Cornwall's amazing landscape

Cornwall is a county in south-west England. Its mining and fishing industries have declined in recent years and tourism is now the major industry. The Eden Project is an environmental wonderland with its biomes full of exotic plants attracting thousands of visitors annually while Lands End is one of the most famous places in England. Its lighthouse, set on a small island off the coast, is also a spectacular attraction.

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Exploring exciting Alaska

There's no doubt that cruising the fjords of Alaska for a week followed by a week traveling by rail and coach on the mainland has to be the best way to see this amazing and exciting part of the world which was a photographer's paradise. We traveled on the Diamond Princess for seven days and then enjoyed the comfort of the Princess Lodges for the second week. Numerous side trips were available each day and it was often a difficult decision which to take.

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Fishing

Fishing is one of the most popular pastimes in Australia taking in all age groups. With thousands of miles of coastline and dozens of rivers and lakes, you'll find people at all times of the day in all sorts of places trying to catch a feast.

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Floriade in Canberra

Floriade is the biggest flower festival in Australia, a spectacular celebration of spring, set in Canberra's Commonwealth Park as a commemoration of Australia's bicentenary and Canberra's 75th birthday. Each year the festival has a different theme and attracts thousands of local, interstate and overseas visitors.

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Historic Norfolk Island

Norfolk Island was discovered by Captain James Cook in 1774. A party of convicts and soldiers established a settlement in 1788 to produce food for Sydney. The British established a penitentiary in 1825 but the conditions were terrible.In 1852 Bishop Wilson recommended closure of the settlement and all had left by 1855. A year later the descendents of the Bounty mutineers were brought from Pitcairn Island to settle on Norfolk Island. The island is now a popular tourist destination.

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Hot air balloons over Canberra

The Canberra Balloon Festival has become a hugely popular event held each April with dozens of balloons launched over a nine-day period from the lawns in front of Old Parliament House. Hundreds of people gather each morning as the sun rises to watch the balloons being filled and launched and then drifting over some of the major attractions of the city, including Lake Burley Griffin, Parliament House, Black Mountain Tower and the National Museum.

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Lake Burley Griffen in Canberra

Lake Burley Griffin in the centre of Canberra, Australia's National Capital, is a popular spot for locals and tourists alike. It is surrounded by many of Australia's national institutions such as the National Library, National Gallery, National Portrait Gallery, National Museum, High Court and the Australian National University. The lake was part of the design for the new national capital by American architect, Walter Burley Griffin, who won an international competition in 1920.

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New York City

New York is the city that never sleeps. It's the entertainment, media and financial capital of the world with many outstanding and iconic buildings that are instantly recognisable. These images provide a good cross section of life in the Big Apple

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Noumea in New Caledonia

In 1774, James Cook, on board his ship Resolution, discovered a large island in the South Pacific that he named 'New Caledonia', as it reminded him of Scotland. Today, New Caledonia is a country of great contrasts, combining a distinctive Melanesian culture with South Pacific charm and a modern European lifestyle. Outlying islands such as the Isle of Pines and Amadee Island can be reached by sea and air.

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RAAF Roulettes aerobatic team

The Roulettes are the Royal Australian Air Force's elite formation aerobatic display team that showcase Air Force flying skills to the Australian public. Team members are flying instructors at the Air Force's Central Flying School. The Roulettes currently fly Pilatus PC-9/A aircraft

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Tradesmen at work

This series of photographs shows tradesmen and equipment at work in the construction industry including environmental installations such as solar panels and wind farms. All photographs containing recognisable people have model releases.

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