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Anna Bay Sand Dunes, Port Stephens, NSW, Australia. A huge line of dunes stretches down the coast from Anna Bay to Stockton in Newcastle. This fence ‘came and went’ amongst the dunes. Nikon D7k, F7.1, 1/200s, ISO 200, 18mm.

Many thanks for being Featured in: The Beginners Corner 9/7/11

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coast, australia, sand dunes, beach, monchrome

An amateur, but a long love of photography. A recent move to digital has seen the love ‘blossom’, and a greater enjoyment in the field. I will try most forms of photography, and gain both knowledge and fun out of the experimentation. Using a Nikon D300 and D7000, with a range of lenses, and filters. I hope you enjoy the views as much as I’ve enjoyed taking them.

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Comments

  • snapitnc
    snapitncabout 3 years ago

    superb shot mate,loving those shadows and footprints,cheers mike

  • thanks mate. one that’s heaps better in mono I felt. The dunes are amazing both length and depth – and some of them are high as well – a desert alongside the beach. Thanks heaps for the fave too.

    – bazcelt

  • Michael Howard
    Michael Howardabout 3 years ago

    Very cool! Got a ripper here :)

  • thanks mate! made up for the non event sunset – lol! still got some good shots, and had fun anyway.

    – bazcelt

  • rudolfh
    rudolfhabout 3 years ago

    The low light is brilliant

  • thanks heaps! much appreciated.

    – bazcelt

  • Tamara  Kaylor
    Tamara Kaylorabout 3 years ago


    Love the light and shading ; )

  • wow, thanks heaps for the honour, greatly appreciated, as is the great comment.

    – bazcelt

  • Glenn Cecero
    Glenn Ceceroabout 3 years ago

    I have to give you a Wow for a marvelous image. Fantastic use of B&W!! Congratulations on your feature.

  • thanks heaps, always appreciated ::))

    – bazcelt

  • Tracy Friesen
    Tracy Friesenabout 3 years ago

    Stunning capture! Wonderfully done. Congrats on the feature!

  • thanks, hugely appreciated ::))

    – bazcelt

  • KAGPhotography
    KAGPhotographyabout 3 years ago

    congrats on your feature, well deserved

  • thanks heaps, much appreciated ::))

    – bazcelt

  • Esther  Moliné
    Esther Molinéalmost 3 years ago

    wonderful, and congrats for the feature!

  • thanks heaps Esther, and for the fave too ::))

    – bazcelt

  • michael scott
    michael scottalmost 3 years ago

    awesome work…the b&w is perfect!. love the perspective and the “quirkiness” of if

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