Photo license. The main subject in his photo was a grilled red snapper with lemon wedges on the side, served on a banana leaf. Salted fish and moringa curry cooked in coconut milk, and papaya chutney with fresh chilli accompanied the fish.
Landscape architect and urban designer, Tom Lonsdale, took up the hobby to combine his dual loves of biking and cameras. A Marsden motorcycle photographer is on a roll after securing a place in the final of a national photography contest. Amateur snapper, Tom Lonsdale, certainly has lightning quick reactions after he took this amazing shot of three bikers traversing Himachel Pradesh in the Himalyas as part of an organised tour called Trip Endura in
The beginning of snapper season in Port Phillip Bay this month has created a surge in "near misses" between small fishing boats and huge freight vessels moving to and from the port. Transport Safety Victoria, which patrols the state's waterways, has recorded eight dangerously close calls in the past month between a big ship and a recreational boat that had dropped anchor in one of the bay's shipping channels. There were none recorded in winter.
It's called a breather hole that keeps the window fog-free by wicking moisture that gets stuck between the panes. After all, half the fun of an airplane ride is the in-flight scenery shots. Officially, it's used to regulate the amount of pressure that passes between the window's inner and outer panes!
By signing up, you agree to receive a Zerchoo Daily Update email, news and updates from Zerchoo and you agree to the Zerchoo Terms and Conditions. You may unsubscribe at any time. A mum whose photo of the Royals went viral last Christmas does it again with a snap of Meghan.
All roads will lead to Whyalla at Easter. More than competitors have already entered with at least another expected by this Friday and upwards of by the time fishing starts at 9am on Good Friday. The initial rush has come from anglers in Victoria, metropolitan Adelaide and regional centres around SA.
Conor Doherty, from Knocknaganny, won the prize in a competition run on Sony Ireland's Facebook page. Conor's photo of his niece Katelyn on the foot of Benbulben Mountain exploring a sea of Bluebells was chosen as the Ireland theme winner and went through to the final four. These photographs were pitted against each other in a public vote as the 20, plus Sony Ireland Facebook fans voted for their favourite between March 26th and April 1st.
Claire and Chris Wright had their dreams come true when they spotted the group of animals. These astonishing photos of dolphins playing off the coast of Scotland were snapped by a tourist - who described the sight as 'magical'. Claire Wright, 43, and her husband Chris, 48, travelled more than miles from Sheffield, South Yorks, to Scotland for a two week holiday. Amateur photographer Claire had never set eyes on a dolphin beforebut it had always been on her 'bucket list'.
It was only after the second World War that Henri Cartier-Bresson became the founder of the photo agency Magnum and famous as the photographer of the "decisive moment" — a term he came to dislike. The years before the war were a time of indecision and experimentation for him. In his twenties, with an allowance from his wealthy father, who owned a textile business near Paris, he roamed the world taking photographs in Spain, Italy, Cameroon, the Ivory Coast and Mexico.