Red Colours Of Patagonia

Autumn is definitely the most amazing time in Patagonia, especially in the area of the iconic Fitz Roy (Chalten) Mountain.
In the middle of April forests beneath Fitz Roy turn into colorful painting. Red colors mix with orange and green. The season is very calm, almost no tourists visit Fitz Roy this time of the year, so we can enjoy the Autumn splendor in solitude and harmony with nature.

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Red Colours Of Patagonia
more at 35photo

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A dune a day: 7 breathtaking adventures in stunning Namibia

Namibia was voted your top destination in the 2019 Wanderlust Readers Travel Awards. Find out why on these extraordinary adventures to the country’s vast landscapes, abundant wildlife and Bushman culture.

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A dune a day: 7 breathtaking adventures in stunning Namibia
more at Wanderlust
The Original Travel Magazine

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Shades of Grey | Huibo Hou

Huibo Hou is a Chinese born photographer, now living in the USA. She is working on Landscapes with the will to turn these images into Art. Her framing is perfect, and so is her post-processing. You will recognize some Masters influences that helped her create her unique style.

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Landscapes by Huibo Hou
more in Shades of Grey Magazine

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Breathing Spaces

This category celebrates peaceful images of open spaces and the places where we love to relax and enjoy the feeling of well-being. It could be that people are the subject of your photography or it could be animals or plants; perhaps a landscape, a wide vista or a favourite hideaway. The judges will be looking for those images that express peace, contentment and enjoyment.

Single entry award winners – Competition 12

Farewell by Andrea Pozzi
1st Place
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Dawn Colours by Mark Bauer
2nd Place
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Tumpak Sewu Waterfall by Suwandi Chandra
3rd Place
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Stars over Conway by Brandon Yoshizawa
Finalist
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North American Wilderness by Bill Coster
Highly Commended
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Breathing Spaces
more at International Garden Photographer of the Year

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World Photographic Cup 2019

The WPC was founded in 2013 as a cooperative effort by The Federation of European Photographers (FEP) and Professional Photographers of America (PPA). Its singular goal is to unite photographers in a spirit of friendship and cooperation. A Governing Committee has been created to conduct the ongoing affairs of the competition, also supported by UAPP (United Asian Professional Photography) and AIPP (Australian Institute of Professional Photography). The brotherhood and sisterhood of photography is a bond that transcends language, culture, and geography. That’s the foundation behind the World Photographic Cup, an one of a kind international team competition. Sure, there are lots of other competitions, but there is just one World Photographic Cup.

Christopher Magsino, Philippines
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Erik Ruiz, Mexico
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Onni Wiljami Kinnunen, Finland
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Felix Barra, Mexico
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王新妹 Xinmei Wang, China
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Chew Seng Kim, Singapore
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Mark Engelen, The Netherlands
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Erich Caparas, United States
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World Photographic Cup 2019
Finalist and Best of Nation Awards have been announced on January 2019 at Grand Imaging Awards USA
Winners will be announced at the WPC Awards Ceremony in Drammen, Norway, on April, 8, 2019

more at World Photographic Cup

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Shades of Color | Padro Jarque Krebs

Padro Jarque Krebs est un photographe lauréat de plusieurs prix avec ses portraits d’animaux. Il choisit de travailler sur des fonds noirs pour améliorer l’attitude des animaux.

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Pedro Jarque Krebs
A multi awards winning photographer. His animal images are a true work of Art. Placing them on Black backgrounds, he shows some fantastic attitudes.
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via Shades of Color Magazine

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Sigma DG 70-200 mm f/2,8 OS HSM Sports VS Nikon VS Canon | Test Chasseur d’Images

Ce télézoom est une nouvelle version et pas une mise à jour du précédent modèle. Grâce à ses performances optiques de haut niveau, il est à même de s’opposer aux modèles Canon et Nikon. En plus, il affiche un prix plus raisonnable: il offre la grande ouverture au prix du f/4 dans les marques mères.

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Sigma DG 70-200 mm f/2,8 OS HSM Sports VS Nikon VS Canon
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