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A selection of the best photos from Facebook group members

Location: Tadoba Andhari Tiger reserve, India.

I shot with canon 6D 24-105mm ISO 1000.F8,1160.

Photo Credit: B V Kanna. ARPS,FIIPC, San Antonio Photography Group

Location: Digswell viaduct

Weekend walk around and out of blue this one comes

Photo Credit: Leszek Walczak Facebook: Lesswall photography, Hertfordshire Photography Group

Location: Pt. Cartwright Lighthouse

Just after Dawn on a cool, partly cloudy morning, I walked up to the Lighthouse to see what the Sunrise was like, and noticed the clouds over the Point were turning an interesting colour, so I put a Wide angle lens on the old Canon 7d, that I use for landscape shots, and as I set the shot up, a stray patch of light appeared on a low- hanging patch of cloud. I couldn't pass it up! I waited a few seconds 'til the clouds drifted over the Lighthouse, and took this shot. Someone who knows more about photoshop than I do, could probably make something almost apocalyptical out of this scene!

Photo Credit: Chris Plevey Facebook: Chris Plevey, Sunshine Coast Photography Group

Location: Grand Haven State Park

I wandered the beach just looking for that shot to capture a beautiful sunset.

Photo Credit: John Isham, Grand Rapids Photography Group

Location: Catherine Hill Bay

Sunrise capture of Catherine Hill Bay Jetty at low angle.

Photo Credit: Sunrise Moods Facebook: Timeless Clicks, Central Coast Photography Group

Location: Canterbury

This image is of Canterbury Cathedral, taken on a winters night from Neal's Place road, looking down past St Dunstans Church, and the Marlowe Theatre. There was a light mist settling down across the city, and the flood lights of the Cathedral gave the mist some character.
The image was edited in Lightroom.
Camera settings were.
Shutter speed 3.0 seconds at f 8.0
Focal length 390 mm
ISO 800
Nikon D800
Sigma 150-600 contemporary
Ifootage tripod

Photo Credit: Jim Titheridge Facebook: httpswww.facebook.comjimages.co.uk, Canterbury Photography Group

Location: Glenville NY

This field has been instrumental in me learning all I can about long exposure photography. Sometimes I just sit out and meditate to find peace under the stars and find the landscape speak to me. I am so grateful to be able to express what you can otherwise barely see.

Photo Credit: Kevin Tidd Facebook: Kevin Tidd, Albany Photography Group

Location: Rhue Lighthouse

The idea for this photo came from watching a youtube video at the start of the year on hidden locations in Scotland and after watching the video, the lighthouse was added to the many photo locations pinned on google maps. With a week off work I decided I was going to pack the tent, all the camera gear and make the 5 hour drive to Rhue lighthouse. Having arrived, I was not dissapoinded, as the weather was on my side. With the most amazing sunset shots which are on my instagram and then this blue hour shot just as night was rolling in and the lighthouse started to flash I could not have been happier.

Photo Credit: Gavin MacDonald, Glasgow Photography Group

Location: Wagga Wagga NSW

Our pet snake. A 2-year-old Albino Darwin Carpet Python. I have a huge fear of snakes ironically, but I was happy to safely take this photo through the glass of its enclosure. Taken just after he had shed, the yellow of his scales was a vivid yellow and I wanted to capture that and the detail in his face.
Image captured with my Nikon D750 and 50mm lens.

Photo Credit: Christine Leidl, Wagga Photography Group

Location: Standish

Early morning outside standish looking across the rape seed fields towards Hic Bibi.

Photo Credit: George, Wigan Photography Group

Location: Indian Tavern - Brierley Hill

The image was taken by me especially for The Indian Tavern - Indian Bar & Grill that is located in Brierley Hill.

Photo Credit: Romans Cascins, Shropshire Photography Group

Location: Campbells Cove, Sydney

I have always liked this photo angle of the sails of the Sydney Opera House balanced by the tall sailing ship berthed in Campbells Cove. This was an early morning shoot and was waiting the sunrise to break through the clouds. I was almost about to pack up and leave as the clouds were still low and heavy when they broke just enough to let these pincers of light shine through. I was lucky with the light and it just goes to show you never know when a photo opportunity is about to happen. Always be ready

Photo Credit: Kevin Brady, Eastern Suburbs Photography Group

Location: Black rock

Watching the sunset with friends at black rock. Watching time pass by

Photo Credit: Peter Cox, Nottingham Photography Group

Location: Longsands

The shot was taken from longsands beach
F16.0 10'' 200.00mm ISO 400
Totally lost track of time turned up at around
21.40ish. After a heads up from my mate, as i had previously been down the coast for a cpl of hrs. lots of black clouds on the Horizon, seen the supermoon rise but there was no composition. After changing position a few times and capturing many shots. This was my favourite especially as it was over the the Priory. The bonus for me was meeting and shooting with my mate Ian sproat.

Photo Credit: Rick Basra Facebook: Rick Basra, Newcastle Photography Group

Location: The Eden Project, Cornwall.

Me and my family visited the Eden project and discovered this beautiful waterfall in one of the biodomes.
Using a slow shutter speed and a steady hand, I created this stunning image!
I love the moody, yet calming vibe this image creates.

Photo Credit: Sarah Toms Facebook: Sarah Toms Photography, Somerset Photography Group

Location: Milford on sea

while on Holiday saw these amazing beach huts , loved the colours
so decided i would wait until sunset and see what i could get . i am pleased with the results as i do love the 'golden hour'. Plus this photo gives me good memories .

Photo Credit: adam lee, Hertfordshire Photography Group

Location: Sheffield

Resubmission correct size and email address

Taken at Blacka Moor Nature Reserve after a long spell not shooting. I saw this around 5 minutes after leaving the car. I was busy shooting something else and turned around to see this deer. It was even polite enough to wait for me to switch my lens over. A very lucky day.

Photo Credit: Nick Marchant Facebook: @nickmarchantphotography, Sheffield Photography Group

Location: Furreal Photography Studio, Boston Lincs

There is no interesting background for this image sadly just having some fun in my studio with my own dog for a change! Hes my 6 year old rescued Irish Red Setter whos been with me for 3 years now.

Photo Credit: Kirsty Bevan Furreal Photography Facebook: @furrealphotographs, Lincolnshire Photography Group

Location: Great Salt Lake Shorelands Preserve

This venue in Layton has fabulous panoramic views of the valley, Antelope Island and the Wasatch Front, enhanced by some interesting shapes and textures. It's one of my favorite go-to's when it looks like there is a beautiful sunset coming. This evening was a night like that. Grabbed the camera for a last minute photo walk and was rewarded with a lonely, cool stroll around the 1 mile loop, punctuated by a gorgeous cloud scape!

Photo Credit: Steve Wise, Ogden Photography Group

Location: Milwaukee, WI

Picture of one of the docks at the port of Milwaukee taken summer 2022

Photo Credit: Matthew Weber, Milwaukee Photography Group
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