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Sunset Over Kruger National ParkSouth Africa, 2009.
Canon EOS 400DCanon 75-300mmf/5.6, 1/500s, ISO 200RAW.
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I am a freelance photographer originally from Brisbane, Australia, and currently living in Cape Town, South Africa.
I enjoy many forms of photography – with a particular interest in travel and nature photography. This diversity can be seen in the range of genres and styles in my portfolio
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– Damienne Bingham
Beautiful and creative DOF!!! Perfect composition!!! Totally well done!!!
Thank you very much! Glad you enjoyed it
Gorgeous, and just evokes the right amount of mystery… wonderful work
fantastic moment…….well done!!!!
Thank you Daniel, glad you like it!
My favourite place! Great capture Damienne.
Thank you, I think you’re so lucky living that close to such beauty!
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Lovely shot, Damienne!
So hard to get that Red colour throughout isn’t it! (Without Photoshop of course). Nice work though.
So true, you can’t photograph an African sunset and have it look the way it does when you’re standing there! But I kind of like this anyway, it’s different from the norm!