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Cornwalloncamera Jan 2
Dusk over St Ives, I took this back in July but I’ve only just got round to editing it!!
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Naturehawk Photo Jan 7
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Naturehawk Photo Jan 17
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Cornwalloncamera Nov 2
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Paul Zizka Mar 1
Rapa Nui Rush. Self-portrait, Easter Island. I walked nearly every kilometre of coast on the island, and this was one of my favourite stretches. The colours and shapes offer endless creative possibilities. Have a wonderful weekend everyone!
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Cornwalloncamera Oct 31
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Cornwalloncamera Jan 4
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Jeremy Payne Nov 4
Ancient rainforest. Take a step back 200 million years ago when Australia was part Gondwana continent. Antarctic beech trees once covered this mass continent, now only found in small patches of rainforest on the east coast.
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Advanced Media Mar 5
Nisifilters is excited to continue the rollout for additional lenses for our 150mm S5 system. Today we’re announcing two new holder kits and a new adaptor designed to support standard filter threads including 105mm, 95mm and 82mm. Available now.
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Questions of Light Photography Jun 24
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Gareth Danks 2 Dec 18
Two of my images from my recent weekend in the . Amazing few days! Got some cracking pics! click if you'd like to watch the video for day one! Hope you enjoy😀 📺♥️🎬📷
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Advanced Media Sep 4
The NiSi Close Up Lens Kit NC 77mm (with 67 and 72mm adaptors) allows a telephoto lens to function as a macro lens with a large working distance. It’s compatible with zoom or prime lenses in the focal length range of 70-300mm (full frame equivalent).  
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images@twiston Aug 4
Transcendental – Summer sunrise at the Ring of Brodgar in the Heart of Neolithic Orkney with the sun just breaking over the Loch of Harray.
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Cornwalloncamera Jan 7
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mikey-twa-dags-photography Jun 26
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ladoza Sep 24
On level with a stunner of an inversion at Winnats Pass in the Peak District. I’ve never seen light like it from the warm low sunrise through the mist. Beautiful scenes 👍🏻
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Scott Wishart Feb 20
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Irfan Chaudhry Sep 24
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Photoninja Jul 13
I did manage to salvage at least one shot from a recent outing with mr from Trebarwith Strand beach. What a great chap and very talented photographer
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Luigi V Jul 3
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