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January Photo Competition - Entries - Theme = Nature - CLOSED

Discussion in 'Monthly Photo Competition' started by goz, Jan 2, 2011.

  1. New month..

    enigma won the November comp so he picks this months theme

    (as chosen by enigma)

    So if there are any pics added that is not a nature shot, it will be deleted

    1 photo per person - Photo MUST be taken by you

  2. Spider and the bee

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  3. My effort -taken by myself in December 2010, on a four wheel drive track on Mt Mee, Queensland.

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  4. Lucky snap of some dolphins while i was in NZ at the closing of last year at Milford Sound.... Got some great landscapes from the air on the flight in from Queenstown but i may leave that for another thread.

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    an oldie
  6. Picture of a very friendly monkey I took when I was in Koh Samui, Thailand.

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    Koala Ass in the mud!
  8. This little cutie was keeping us awake a few weeks ago.

  9. Tooloom Falls


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    Mapleton falls Qld.
    iPhone camera :)
  11. Good stuff guys, some brilliant photos already. This ones from (Greenfields?) beach in Husskison NSW.


    Cheers - boingk

    EDIT: If thats too big I can resize.
  12. hahahahaha love it :D :LOL: :rofl:
  13. Gorillas in the mist

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  14. I figure most people will be going with either the Animal or Vegetable option, think I'll go for Mineral.

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  15. One i like all the birds lining up for some food

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  16. Taken on a beach in NSW a few years back, forget the name of the place...

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  17. Smee,
    That's an awesome pic mate. Only one thing missing.... me ripping through that hole at 900+ km/hr (y)
    Love it !
  18. that would be "Greenpatch"