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  1. NEIL

    This was taken last week at the bottom of our village , living in the Vale of York our sunsets can be stunning

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  2. DIANE

    I knew the light would be good so drove to Historic Stewart Farm in Surrey, BC & couldn’t believe in eyes. I took my camera out & began shooting. This is my favourite from that evening.

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  3. BRUCE

    Nature at its best in Watarraka National Park, Northern Territory Australia. These grand sandstone domes stand out in the early winter morning. Captured the image from the Kings Creek.

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  4. Harold Rau

    Love this photo! Great star trails and the couple adds interest and anchors the composition. I went there many years ago to photograph the sunrise. Unforgettable experience!

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  5. Rick

    I found this old abandoned farm while driving through the Tennessee back country. And I really liked the scene as well the sunrise with an excellent sky, with a light fog in the valley.

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  6. TOM

    One of my current interests is minimalist photography. I am working on improving my skills. I welcome suggestions and critiques.

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  7. Diana W Hayes

    Taken at Sugar Hill, NH, a White Mountains Range village, during the annual June Lupine Festival. No place in New Hampshire is so richly carpeted in its clefts , valleys, and wild meadows with such sublime and ephemeral a spectacle.

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  8. Elena Nasyrova

    Here is one of Moscow parks. The weather and overall atmosphere were so adorable so I couldn’t help myself and made a lot of photos.

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  9. J William

    This is an often photographed location. I was lucky in that I was out on a boat and had beautiful conditions.

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  10. carol361

    I was on a trip to the Galapagos and had a 2 day stop in Ecuador.. I went on a tour to see the Volcano Crater lagoon of Quilotoa! It’s was amazing

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  11. Robert Constantine

    I light painted this vintage farm machine at Deception bay Australia. You have to wait for a moon-less night and wrap a torch in coloured cellophane. Leave the camera shutter open for 30 seconds. In this time, ” paint ” the subject with the light from the torch, as if you were using the torch as a paint brush.

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  12. Robert Constantine

    I took this image at Deception Bay Australia. It is 5 images stacked , as I was not able to get the depth of field I wanted in a single image, in the very low light of late afternoon. I set my camera on a tripod and took 5 images at differing focal lengths , and blended the 5 images to get an in focus sharp image all the way up the tree trunk.

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  13. john.hewitt

    Dream :Lake in Rocky Mountain National Park is a hike of about 1.1 mile ascending about 400 feet. It’s best shot at sunrise so you need to start very early to arrive in time for sunrise.

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  14. Sue

    You can see the actual flames on the right side of the photo between two trees. Yes, I was scared.

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  15. Galvin Crisp

    I took this shot while on a bus tour in Hawaii while moving on the bus. Shutter 1/640 Sec, Aperture F/5, at 78mm, ISO 200 Shot with Nikon D5 and Nikon 70-300mm lens.
    At 3:43 pm PT.

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  16. Chris Hall

    Taken at the Parklands in Louisville, KY. The early morning fog rolls in behind the 2 snags in the Parklands.

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  17. Chris Hall

    Fog rolls in behind the snags during the early morning in the Parklands, in Louisville, KY

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  18. Burt

    Abandoned Whaling Station on S Georgia Island. Location where the famous explorer Ernest Shackleton is buried

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  19. Doug Sudduth

    Boonford Bound The North Toe River in Mitchell County, N.C. upstream from a site known as Boonford, once a thriving railroad depot, In its day, early 1900’s, Boonford had a school, store, hotel, a mica warehouse, post office and a medical practice.

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  20. Jocelyn

    Photo taken at Lac Soucis in the early chilly morning at Lac Soucis, Haute -Mauricie, Que., in early September 2020.
    Superb environment for a canoe camping with my son and grandchildren.

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  21. Donald C Austin

    We traveled to Spain last year, and I took this panoramic photo at sunrise in the countryside near Bielsa.

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  22. Brent Johnson

    Taken around Capulin, New Mexico on a Nikon D3300 1/1000,f8,ISO-100. The mountain in the background is a non active volcano.

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  23. Quazi Iqbal

    This was an unusual colorful sunset at the river Ganges. I saw the boatman was starring at and enjoying the last moment this beautiful scene.

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  24. Denise F

    The colors of autumn have been vibrant this year. The outline of the leaves against the sky also reminded me of a heart, which symbolizes life and hope during this time of enforced isolation.

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  25. Donald J. Danilek

    Taken from the deck of Big Meadows Lodge in Shenandoah National Park (Virginia). Magnificent Blue Ridge Mountain sunset.

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  26. Yu Chiu

    Visited Yellow Stone in June 2018. In June weather is still so unpredictable, a fine and warm beautiful morning can turn into cold, snowy day anytime. the park is so huge 5 days is hardly enough to see all the landmarks. After entering the park you still need to drive for hours at 45 km/h to reach a particular landmark. Landscape in Wyoming is beautiful though.

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  27. Paul

    I should have used a different color profile since this profile doesn’t show the colors well.

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  28. John

    Sorry to hijack the comments… can you make these galleries so we can click through them? I have to go back and forth, then click to zoom on each one, which is irritating. The pictures are great.

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  29. Galvin Crisp

    I got this shot a couple of summers ago while on vacation in Hawii. My camera, Nikon D5, ISO 200, 1/640 sec., F/5.6 ,78mm. nikon 70 -300mm lens.

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  30. Donna Theimer

    I love running out to the country after a storm. The flat agricultural areas of Illinois yield beautiful views of the setting sun and the passing storm clouds. The sunset really lights up the sky.

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  31. Steve Solomon

    Greetings, Photographers! I enjoy creating sharp, dynamic images of the landscapes and nature in Colorado, as well as small product photography.

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  32. George Rosales

    Top of Trachyte Knob near Cripple Creek, Colorado at 11,081 feet.

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  33. Wendy Stace

    Was driving along Farm Road 4 in Granbury, Texas when I spotted this handsome guy. Traditional Texas!

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  34. Janis

    After a good thunder storm rolled through, I took a drive around our lake.

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  35. Jerry Cayce

    Baby cottontail rabbit hiding in my backyard “landscape”. 1/500 . ISO 400

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  36. HAMID (HRYC)

    Sunset @ Ambleside beach. West Vancouver. British Colombia. CANADA

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  37. MARK

    We were visiting my sister who lived in Fort Mohave. She took us for a “sightseeing” drive and that’s why I have no idea exactly where this is other than the “Arizona Desert”.

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  38. Scott Barnes

    Shot at the Ogeechee canal park very little editing mainly cropping. UseD my Sony alpha 6000 F 11 at 1/350 on automatic focus because my eyes aren’t very good anymore.

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  39. Gregory S.

    Male Bobolink. This photo was taken at Shawangunk Nature Preserve in New York.

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  40. Gregory S.

    Got this blue heron just as he was taking off alongside of a pond not far from home.

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  41. JoAnne Smythe

    Taken with my cell phone. Cotton ball clouds in Greenville, SC.

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  42. RANDY

    Shot in Marana Az 1/250 sec at F13 ISO 1000 focal lengh 552 Better Beamer Flash

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  43. Kay Frances Read

    Sunset in the foothills of the Strezleki Ranges, Victoria, Australia. I was almost home in Poowong, and simply had to stop and capture the essence of the sun setting over the hills. I love country living and the photo opportunities that come with the area. It’s breathtaking at times and simply grounds you with it’s beauty.

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  44. Judy Seay

    Taken on Feb. 18, 2020 using my Nikon D7500, ISO 200, 18 mm, f/11, 1/400 S. Photo is of the Grand Canyon at Toroweap Overlook in Arizona which is on the North Rim.

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  45. Thomas Powers

    Waiting for crew to arrive to count Bald Eagles present at Lake Perris State Park, Ca I was watching the sun rise and saw the scene develop so I took the photo when I felt the lighting was right.

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  46. David Halgrimson

    Taken at the Riparian Preserve near Phoenix AZ. I waited for this Great Egret to take off and when it did I was able to get this shot with water coming off its feet.

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  47. Debi Lander

    This photo was taken after a sunrise camel ride to a hut near the top of Mt. Sinai in Egypt. Shot with a Canon EOS-R, mirrorless at 24mm, 1/500 sec., f/10, ISO 200.

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  48. ROY

    Taken with Pentax 55/300 mm plus Pentax 1.4 converter and my Pentax KS2 on 1/8/2020 @364 mm,1/125 sec.F8.0

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  49. Susan Spencer

    F14, ISO 800 15 sec Canon 5D Mark III with 24-70mm L on a very dark day in the canyon. Used LR and PS to bring out the color.

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  50. Paul B

    Houma House Plantation on the Mississippi River near Baton Rouge, La. I have been taking pictures of this place for over 20 years. They consistently add new features and buildings the plantation.

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  51. Paul B

    Seashore on western Ireland coast. Recently came back from 10 day tour of Ireland. Beautiful country and shot many images on the trip. Would like to go back again someday.

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  52. kulkoskyv

    Good capture of the texture of the snow on the branches. Looks like a couple of water spots on the lens. You could use Spot Healing Brush or Clone Stamp to get rid of them.

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  53. kulkoskyv

    Well done. The clouds on the left and in the center either point to the opera house or radiate from it. The clouds on the right highlight the bridge while counteracting the rightward sweep of the bridge. The center of the wake curves toward the bridge, while the edges of the wake create diverging lines, with one leading to the bridge and the other to the opera house. The back of the boat places the viewer in the scene.

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