Reader Photos Roundup: April 6, 2014


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.

006- Zoe - Peter Coulson Workshop Canberra 2014 Taken at National Portrait Gallery, Canberra

Sunday Fog



study in red - 2014-03-30 at 12-59-22

MRC Tuning - Audi R8 V8 Turbo


Far de Portocolom

"F" comme "Fisheye"

East Devon rocks at sunset

Peaceful flamingos


Bridge In California coast

Purple Night Sky @ Humber Bay Park, Toronto

Real good reel

She loves the bike




The melanchonic melody


Melanie Specht

Les Pyrenees  Milky Way From Observation Platform Pic Du Midi Observatory France       JMJ

Egypt, Abu Simbel  and Valley of the Kings  Jan 2009 156


Mars and the Portal Tomb


You can mouse over any photo for title and photographer names. Additionally, clicking on the photos will take you to its Flickr page where you can read more about the shot, leave a compliment or connect with the photographer.

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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  1. Don Pullum says

    The photo labeled Alex Munoz has an interesting composition accent, the fist holding the hair. This makes a subtle statement and lead in to the photo. Perhaps sets her mood for the viewer.

  2. forkboy1965 says

    A lot of lovely night time photographs. Especially like the hillside roadway light by headlights…. the opposite of what seems the norm for moving vehicle pics.