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Cheryl Hamer: Shimmering

The title says it all really, the long exposure and light created this wonderful ‘shimmering’ – and I was blessed to be there.

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Ruth Fairbrother: Shimmering on the Breeze

I have a growing fascination with the ever-changing qualities of grasses and the myriad ways that they catch the light, dance in the slightest breeze, and whisper softly amongst themselves.

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Charlotte Gilliatt: Power

The contrast of the Power Lines caught my eye against the dramatic, stormy skies. Handheld, this was a bit of a grab shot, but one of my favorites from the tour.

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Deborah Hughes: Remnants of Runaway Water

Water’s many moods move the desert – ice cracks and crumbles, rain saturates and releases.  The story stays.

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Beata Moore: Top of the World

Standing on high ground in Teide National Park in Tenerife gave me the extraordinary feeling of almost floating above the pink clouds coloured by the vivid sunset. The view combined with almost total...

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Lizzie Shepherd: Been Fishing

This image is from our recent trip to the Faroe Islands – here we were on a boat trip to see the dramatic cliffs of Vestmanna. I spotted this little fishing boat, with its inevitable entourage of...

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Jeanie Lazenby: Almost High Tide

New Years Day morning, 2014. The tide was still at least an hour off high tide when I made this image. With hindsight it was a calm before the storm as the weather deteriorated as I left and the...

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Susan Rowe: Saltburn Sunrise

I got up at 2.30am, in June, so that I could get to Saltburn by the Sea in plenty of time. I was able to sit on the promenade and watch the sky changing colours as it got ever closer to sunrise. I...

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Mari Owen: Yr Eifl Mountains, North Wales at Sunset

The seascape in front of me felt like something you may see on another planet, the intense sunlight had to be held back with both an ordinary ND graduated filter as well as a reverse graduated filter.

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Sue Bishop: Lake Myvatn at Sunset

This photo was taken in early July in Iceland, when the daylight lasted pretty much 24 hours – so the sunset was at almost midnight!  It was very cold, but I was so absorbed in the wonderful colour of...

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Helen Dixon: Wall of Water, Sennen Cove, Cornwall

Waves breaking over the breakwater .

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Asmita Kapadia: Peak, Iceland

A chance spot in the north of Iceland, but it took a while to get the right composition. The mountain peak is a classic feature of this volcanic island. Having travelled extensively around the world,...

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Vanda Ralevska: Under The Vaulted Sky

After a 3am start to capture the sunrise in New Forest, I spent the whole day in this beautiful area, looking for more spots to photograph. The weather was very fickle all day, but I decided to stick...

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Rachael Talibart: Last Rays, La Corbière

This lighthouse, on Jersey’s wild South Western point, is one of my favourite places.  On this evening, the sun had disappeared behind a low cloudbank promising a lack lustre sunset but then, just...

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Michéla Griffith – Hsa

Ash, inverted. Before water, trees were a favourite of mine and I spent many a happy hour slowly exploring and isolating woodland details. I guess this image combines the two, and again reminds me to...

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Astrid McGechan: Twilight

This image was captured in Norway near the end of November during the polar nights. The sun does not rise above the horizon, but at that time of the year one can enjoy many hours of twilight, a time,...

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Karen Frenkel: Hasty Bank, North Yorkshire

Walking along the Cleveland Way,gathering more images for my Coast to Coast book, there were dark storm clouds gathering all around me. Suddenly, the sun burst through a tiny chink in the clouds and...

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Marianthi Lainas: Hilbre from the Dunes

Most of my images are made within a mile or so of my home and this is a view across the Dee Estuary from the Wirral peninsula to the hills of North Wales.  The long, low island on the right is Hilbre...

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Susan Brown: Poppies

The poppies were also taken near Poly Joke Bay with a beautiful back drop of the sea. As the poppies were a bit sparse I decided to move in close and use Multiple exposures, each of the three images...

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Annabell Willis: Roseberry Topping

As author Neil Gaiman said about the Arts: “The urge, starting out, is to copy. And that’s not a bad thing. Most of us only find our own voices after we’ve sounded like a lot of other people. But the...

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