Waking up to watch the sun slowly rise from my yurt in the middle of the Gobi Desert, Mongolia
A rare glimpse of a maiko (geisha in training) on the backstreets of Gion in Kyoto, Japan.
Spotting a whale shark (the size of a school bus!) swishing by while scuba diving off the coast of Koh Tao in southern Thailand.
Rowing deeper into the recesses of eastern Papua New Guinea.
Herding sheep in northwestern Iceland after a summer spent grazing in the hills.
High above the clouds on the summit of Mount Kinabalu, the tallest mountain in Borneo, just after sunrise.
Completing a "catch" at a trapeze school in southern Thailand.
Sea foraging in the Bay of Honduras, a hundred miles from the coast of southern Belize.
Views of the Bazaruto Archipelago in central Mozambique from the helicopter window.
Rio de Janeiro's Christ the Redeemer with brilliant blue skies behind.
The many faces of Bayon Temple at Angkor Wat in Cambodia.
The giant orange rock, Uluru, perched high above the thirsty Outback in central Australia.
During the winter months in Tokyo, Japan, you can spot Mount Fuji poking its snowcapped head out.
Like a postcard from paradise, the lonely beaches of French Polynesia are by far the most stunning I've seen.
An orca briefly slides above the sea on a cloudy day among the fjords of west Iceland.
Rio de Janeiro's impossibly beautiful mix of intense of urban sprawl and jagged limestone peaks.
Bora Bora's brilliant blue waters: totally worth the hype.
Red rocks at sunset in Mongolia's Gobi Desert.
An abandoned pier on the island of Koh Kood in southeastern Thailand.
Nope it's not the Caribbean, it's the coast of Northern Ireland just a few miles of the hexagonal stones of Giant's Causeway.
Pico's towering volcano climbs into the clouds in the Azores.
The mystical rice fields of Ubud in Bali
Hanging out poolside in St-Barth