Indya by Kim Illman

Taken on the Lancelin (Western Australia) sand dunes at sunset. I was about 150m from the model and whilst initially disappointed that the sky had some light cloud, I now believe it adds to the photo. What are your thoughts?

Dinner time

By Rachel Kneubuhler. Although it was taken with a comparatively inexpensive Olympus compact camera, Rachel’s dramatic picture would, I suspect, be a prized result for most macro shooters – no matter how well outfitted.

Afternoon drink by Stuart Bell

A particular favourite of mine. The tree roots are stripped bare from the floods that charge through here and provide a wonderful contrast amongst the undergrowth and gloom. The trees looked to have gathered at the water’s edge for a “wee sip”, it could be a scene from The Lord of the Rings! This was a late afternoon shot and the last of the sun can be seen in the distance reflecting off the water.

On the beach by Sagar Shiriskar

The tumbler’s position in Saga Shiriskar’s On the beach has a fine, energetic quality and the juxtaposition with the group of background figures really transforms it from glanceworthy to something very distinctly in the “look again” category.

The Gatherer’s Daughter

By Suellen Cook. I understand that my art work is probably not falling into the traditional view of photography, nor what you might be expecting, nevertheless I would appreciate whatever feedback I can get from experienced photographers.