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Rock Hoppers by Clare Colins

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Yamba, NSW

Pentax K-5: pentax 55-300mm
55mm: f5.6: 1/1600 sec: ISO 100
as taken – no cropping


sea, yamba, nsw, australia, colins

Clare, a photographic artist, lives on the Mid North Coast of NSW. She sees the world both vast and microscopic through the eyes of her Pentax cameras. This is her passion. This is her life!

She sends her heartfelt appreciation to those of you who have bought her work.

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  • Julie  White
    Julie Whiteover 1 year ago

    beautifully captured Clare.

  • Thanks so much Julie :)

    – Clare Colins

  • Peter Stratton
    Peter Strattonover 1 year ago

    I am curious why the boulder is pitted. Know why? Also, why the name Hoppers? Very curious. Nice one! :-)

  • Thanks Peter :)
    Rick hoppers…the people with cameras….ha ha…me! No idea how the pitted rocks were formed.

    – Clare Colins

  • Peter Stratton
    Peter Strattonover 1 year ago

    Well, Clare, I looked real close but I couldn’t see any rock hoppers, anywhere! Lol We don’t have any of that species in the western hemisphere. We have shutter bugs, though! My guess is they both originated in Pangia! :-)

  • ha ha :)

    – Clare Colins

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