For the past three decades Phil Lomas has travelled the world chasing nature for the likes of BBC Natural History, Discovery, National Geographic, Marco Polo, ZDF & China Star, among others. Beluga & polar bear in the Artic, orangutan & dragon in Indonesia, cobra in India; rhino & cheetah on the Namib grasslands; in his native Australia, crocodile in the north, Tasmanian devil in the south, and grey falcon in the outback. These days its the natural wonders of Australia that are happy hunting grounds & focus for him and NaturescapeHD: its wilderness & wildlife, natural & cultural heritage, eco-tour & travel, and the adventure & lifestyle that come with them. Collection highlights: Rare & Endangered Australian Animals: platypus, brolga, woma, dunnart, bilby, glider, wombat, wallaby Lamington National Park: World Heritage Gondwana rainforest with its Antarctic Beech trees, stunning waterfalls, secret forests Timescapes: timelapse vision of ocean sunrise, mountain sunset, and more in betweenLATEST RELEASE: October 2009In 2008, prompted by inland flooding, 60,000 Australia pelicans embarked on a rare mission into the Australian outback to breed: Naturescape followed to capture their journey, a spectacle witnessed only once in two decades, so never on HD. Over 1500 HD-clips are now online: outback landscape, wildlife, towns & national parks, sunrise & sunset, timelapse & slo-mo. And of course the pelicans: their rookery & babies, frenzied feeding adventures, and awesome aerial choreography. Currently being labeled & logged to facilitate expedient search, the entire collection may be viewed via a keyword search: RED DIRT PELICANS.
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