February Subject Comp – Landscape

“Through the Gap”

Tess - Feb16 -Through the Gap - Subject

“Hidden Landscape”

anthony-Feb16-Water Cave-Subject

“Canola Field”

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“Returning to Harbour”
Taken early morning near the Coffs marina. Wanted a “sunburst” to highlight the fishing boat coming in.

NickyB-Feb16-returning to harbour

“Lookout View”
View of Coffs

RudiB-Feb16-Lookout View



“Lighthouse Sunset”
Lighthouse sunset is my Landscape Entry.
This was taken at Kiama at the main Blow Hole. A big storm was on its way and the clouds were gathering. It made for a stunning sunset and I love the silhouette of the trees and the lighthouse.

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This photo was taken on my old Panasonic camera DMC-FZ35, but any photos taken at Jasper in Canada over the lake would look. Lovely as the landscape is just beautiful.


“Clouds Rolling In”

Dee-FEB_Landscape_Clouds rolling in

“Newcastle Ocean Baths”
Newcastle Ocean Baths at first light Canon 7D Mark II f11 ISO 100 Shutter Speed 6 Seconds

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1/800 sec. f4.5 37mm

Prisca-Feb16-landscape photo

This was taken near Coonabarabran at the mother-in-laws place
totally love the view. taken with my Nikon D3300


“Field of Curses”
This was taken in New Zealand over looking the Lake Pukaki with a field of pattersons curse in the foreground. The lake is fed by the Hooker & Tasman glacier at mount cook, that’s why the water is such a vibrant blue.


“Misty Morning Sunrise”


Silo – Liverpool Ranges, sorghum fields “Belvil” Blackville NSW. The old farmers all say that when the cloud hangs over the top of the ranges like this it means big rain is coming. The photo was taken on the 25th of January, by the 28th much of the country in the photo had received over 100mm. Canon EOS 70D f/11 1/250sec ISO – 200 154mm




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