Reader Photos Roundup: January 20, 2013

Ultimate Technique No. 4 " 死の赤い光 " / " Red Ray of Death "

It’s time for our weekly break from the gear for a few minutes so we can enjoy another round of reader photos from the Photography Bay Flickr Group.

Check out the rest of the photos below.

Double Rainbow

Sunrise

Dragonfly

The city

365 days / day 292 - Frozen berries

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Pink

02/52 - Bloody Refractions! @ Home, Ontario

the bride

That House on Kimbark Street

Enraged

Waxing crescent moon over the city

Portrait-Yusuf Segeir

Too Trees

14/365 Time...

Freedom Tower (Downtown Miami)

Day 14/365: Old School

St. Louis Cathedral, French Quarter

Nikon BW

Geminids storm

hollow

Sunset at Jebel Ali

Sang Mi

mother & son looking at each other

The Cleaner

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Percée dans les nuages

My Fridge

Christy Le

FlyBy

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The Lalbag Kella

Growing forth

The dawn of light

Pills

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Night Flight Skyline @ Chicago Illinois

NO JUNK MAIL

Waxing Crescent - Tue 15 Jan, 2013

New Year´s Eve Reykjavik-Iceland

Common Kingfisher

Bitters and Bones

Yesterday you said tomorrow.

Haralson Mill Covered Wooden Bridge

Cheltenham Hike - 9

Ett vinterspår

Rain

Mountain stream

03/52 - Slumpy House @ Shelburne, Ontario

ما اجمل تجميد اللحطات

Rosette Nebula HaRGB Collaboration 15 January 2013

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As always, thanks for being a part of Photography Bay and sharing your work with the rest of us.

If you missed out on this round of reader photos, feel free to join in on the fun and add your photos to the Photography Bay Flickr Group and maybe we’ll get you next time.

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Comments

  1. Javier says

    Wesp2011!!!! you got this round!!!!
    With a good camera and glasess you can capture a good image, just need to know how to use it (more or less) that, is my case.

    But it takes a great photographer to capture escense: that, is composition. you got it!!!

    congrats