Open Competition April 2017

"Ronnie" Manual f/7.1 1/200


Blown Away

F/5, 1/250, ISO 320
This photo was inspired by the monthly theme speed. I attempted to captured the whimsical beauty of my nine-year-old model.


I took this photo on a walk we did. I love the detail in the fine web and it shows the fragility of it.
Shot at 1/60 f8 29mm


Dragonfly – Coolah Creek Pandora Pass
F Stop f/5.6
Exposure 1/50 sec
ISO 100
Focal Length 55mm
No Flash
A lesson in patience.


“Nature’s symmetry”
Canon 70D with Canon 55-250mm lens
f/5.6, ISO 250, 1/80sec
Took this at Waterways Wildlife Park back in September 2015 & dragged it from the archives to enter in the Pattern & Texture section for the Gunnedah Show this year. Am always in awe of nature’s wonders & particularly love the perfection of her symmetry, colour & texture in a peacock’s display. Doubt it’ll do any good in the show (or here), due to the unevenness of the light on one side. But… I love it & am happy with the capture anyway & that’s all that matters I guess


“Keepit Summer”
ISO 320  f9    1/1000 sec     80-200mm Nikon 4.5  @ 200mm


‘Lips so soft’ – ISO 200 – 2000 – f1.4




This photo was taken from a helicopter ride over the Great Ocean Road around the 12 Apostles area of some of the beautiful coastline.  It was an amazing sight to see from the air.
Due to my inability to see settings on my camera, photo was taken on sports mode and I gave the contrast a very small tweak


Autumn Sunrise.

Canon 70D, f/5.6, 1/640, ISO – 100, 134mm, playing with white balance, 9500k


“Something beginning with Sweden”

1/250sec F1.4 ISO100 on a 50mm lens

Gunnedah Storm over the Breeza Plain. Taken from the Gunnedah lookout




Taken with a Nikon

ISO 250

F 4.8

There is no Photoshop or light room done on this image, the colours were lovely because of a fire nearby and I love to try and get a bird in my sunset photos.




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