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Framed Pictures, Canvas Prints
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Path Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 117 pictures in our Path collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Boardwalk on the Sunshine Bay walking track through native bush following the shore Featured Print

Boardwalk on the Sunshine Bay walking track through native bush following the shore

Boardwalk on the Sunshine Bay walking track through native bush following the shore of Lake Wakatipu near Gilly's Point, with views of the lake and the Remarkables near Queenstown, Otago, South Island, New Zealand

© Ian Beattie/AUSCAPE All rights reserved

Bushwalking, Hiker, Hiking, Landscape, Mountains, No People, Outdoor Life, Overcast, Path, Range, Recreation, Scenery, Southern Alps, Trail, Tramping, Walking

A beehive sandstone formation in the Bungle Bungle Range Featured Print

A beehive sandstone formation in the Bungle Bungle Range

A beehive sandstone formation in the Bungle Bungle Range, the dark layers formed of clay that holds moisture and supports cyanobacteria as a layer on the surface; the paler layers have less clay and without the protective layer they rust, the iron in the rock oxidising to an orange colour. Purnululu National Park, Kimberley region, Western Australia, Australia

Boardwalk for viewing the thrombolites at Lake Clifton without damaging them Featured Print

Boardwalk for viewing the thrombolites at Lake Clifton without damaging them

Boardwalk for viewing the thrombolites at Lake Clifton without damaging them. Thrombolites are a living relic from the earliest days of life, when they produced oxygen that over eons created the atmosphere we live in today. The rock-like structures cover a total of about 4 sq km in the calcium carbonate-rich fresh and shallow water of the lake, growing at an average of a millimetre a year. Yalgorup National Park, Western Australia, Australia