Constructed in 1836 from sandstone by convicts, Tasmania's Ross Bridge is the third oldest Australian bridge still in use.
The view at sunset from Mrs Macquarie's Chair, overlooking the famous Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Rising up nearly 8000 ft and running perfectly north to south, The Remarkables mountain range overlooking Queenstown is one of New Zealand's most beautiful sights, especially during winter under the night sky.
When I found these rock formations lined up along a small cove in Far North Queensland I felt it would be the perfect place to return during twilight. While many chase sunrise and sunset, I am more fascinated by the light on the edge of darkness.
Lake Tekapo is a small town in NZ's South Island recognized as a World Heritage Starlight Reserve and the Church of the Good Shepherd is a beautiful subject under a clear night sky. The faint glow of a vivid sunset was also visible.