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    Editor's note: I love everything about this shot, the lighting, the processing and the composition. Excellent work by Armando seen here.

    © Armando Morales

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    From the album: Rhino

    Rhinos are always a difficult one. They are such imposing beasts that they often need to dominate the image to portray them else they can get lost. This female was literally 3 feet from my lense that I slowly lowered over the side of my vehicle to the middle of my door to get a better angle. Shot with a Canon 7D mkii, Tokina 11-20mm f2.8 lense at 11mm, f2.8, ISO 100, 1\640
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    From the album: General Experimental

    A beautiful sunset made better by the presence of the clouds. A bare sky is often boring and this brings a sense of foreboding to the picture of what will happen next.
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    Editor's note: strong composition and bold contrasts make this image stand out for me. A great series by Luc, seen here.

    © Luc de Schepper

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    This was my first ever successful motion blur panning shot. Baboons out where I am are quite skittish and so are often seen on the run especially when approached by the vehicle so you have a little bit of time to prepare. I was not quite sure whether to keep it colour or not as the whole image was initially just a few slightly different shades of brown. Shot with a Canon 7D mkii, 150-600mm Sigma C lense at 600mm, f9.0, ISO 100, 1\20
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    Ed's notes: Somehow I forgot to make this POTW last week. It should have actually been put up earlier, but I have an excuse. This is one of a series of really excellent architectural shots from Mike. I chose this one because of the human element and the way the building frames the person. Great stuff, Mike!

    © Mike Bareham

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    Editor's note: A very striking image, expertly done by Alan. Seen here.

    © Alan Lesheim

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    Editor's note: picked from a great series, this shot really speaks to me because the lighting is wonderful, as is the joy captured on the dancer's face. Great shot!

    © Anthony Macaulay

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    Editors note: super cute capture of a baby snow monkey from this awesome series by Chris.

    © Chris Wahl

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    Original Thread Here Love the creativity and movement shown here. Inspired by Armando Morales.

    © Armando Morales

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    Editor's note: I absolutely love this shot from Chris (seen here)! It has all the comical elements, combined with sharpness and composition. Definitely one to print and hang on the wall.

    © Chris Wahl

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    In loving memory of our friend and colleague in photography, Carolyn Guild, who saw so much and who taught us without hindrance through her images. We will miss you. Rest in peace, Carolyn. The Fotozones POTW Committee & Community

    © Carolyn Guild

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    Nominated by afx Chosen by Chris Wahl

    © retief (Bill Dewey)

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    Won by Elsa Hoffmann

    © Elsa Hoffmann

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    Ed's note: This is #2 in the second series of Pic Of the Week. It was difficult to select which of the images in this series should be made POTW. I chose this one because of the contrast, perspective and lines of contrails in the sky. Great shot!

    © Aguinaldo Tinoco de Paula

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    (work from a week shooting in Portugal with Ivy Lino - May 2018)
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    Picture was taken in the morning with some fog in front of the dunes.
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    Editor's note: very sharp and detailed image from Anthony. I like the green and brown combination. Seen here.

    © Anthony Macaulay

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    Editor's note: Insanely good captures of an amazing spectacle from Armando seen in this series. This one I chose because it shows the scale of these behemoths in comparison to a boat full of humans.

    © Armando Morales

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    From the album: CEDI 2017 Challenge

    It's a few hours late but here it is, the 14th image of my 365 project. We got in from the show after 11pm last night and I wasn't about to start editing, so apologies for the delay. This is Rob Warren, of the band The Black Lapels. They put on shows at the sole surviving independent theatre in our entire province, the Rhumbelow. It's quite sad that most of the indies have closed down over the past few years. I guess in a way it's indicative of a change in the way people view entertainment. Anyway, this show was a tribute to the music of Creedence Clearwater Revival and it was great. We had seats right in the front which caused a small problem for me and my fastest lens (the Olympus 75mm f/1.8) in that I was too close. So I switched to the 12-40mm f/2.8 PRO and managed to get some decent exposures. This was one of them. I haven't had a proper look through all the shots yet, but what I like about this one is the intensity - you can see that Rob is sweating under the lights. He gives it plenty on stage which is always a joy to photograph.

    © Dallas Dahms

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    From the album: CEDI 2017 Challenge

    This is me. Here I am looking out at the rain that has been keeping the city damp for most of the weekend. We need this rain but I also know that when the rain stops and the sun comes out again we'll begin to feel like we're in a tumble drier here in Durban. Durban is sub-tropical so it's pretty humid this time of year. The humidity inside my house is 72% right now. I was going to go for a run this morning, but when I woke up it was still pouring so that idea has been shelved. For now. For this shot I used the Olympus E-M1 and 12-40/2.8 PRO. Processing was done in Lightroom.

    © Dallas Dahms

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    From the album: CEDI 2017 Challenge

    Not particularly imaginative today, sorry. Still much rain. We were at lunch at my sister-in-law's house and they have a litchi tree that has a lot of fruit on it, so I went to pick some. Unfortunately the clusters were too high for me to photograph with just the iPhone, so I got one that was closer. For those of you unfamiliar with these fruits they are quite sticky and usually sweet. The one I ate was a bit sour. I think a bird might have pee'd on it.

    © Dallas Dahms

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    From the album: CEDI 2017 Challenge

    © Dallas Dahms

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    From the album: CEDI 2017 Challenge

    © Dallas Dahms

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    Editor's note: Chris has spoiled us with a wonderful post about the lions he saw on our Ultimate Big 5 Safari (and extension) this year. Truly regal shot here of one of the Charleston males.

    © Chris Wahl

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    Katelyn from JHB shot with me in Durban. Went with a sexy portrait shoot for her portfolio.
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    A wonderful series by Tony Oaten here, with this particular shot standing out for me. The composition with the vanishing point of the dam wall works nicely.

    © Tony Oaten

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    Very dramatic landscape from Faris here. What makes it better are the human silhouettes.

    © Faris

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    Nominated by Carolyn Chosen by Bilbo

    © Tony Oaten

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    From an excellent series of engagement images by Thomas, seen here. Voted PIC OF THE MONTH January 2016.

    © Thomas Van Dyke

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    Wonderful light, colors and composition in this image by Ron Scubadiver Can be seen here : http://www.fotozones.com/live/index.php/topic/60433-path-to-the-beach/

    © Ron Scubadiver

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    Nominated by rbsandor Selected by Bilbo original thread all nominations

    © Mongo

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    Chiostro del Bramante, Santa Maria della Pace, Roma
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    Stairs at the Zoo entrance in Guadalajara Mexico B&W conversion with LR4.1

    © Armando Morales

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    Kristy Nilsson in renversé at a lagoon near the edge of Frip Island, South Carolina. Nikon D200-IR-590nm, Nikkor 18-55mm @ 24mm, f/8, 1/200 sec; ISO 100 © Scott Nilsson, Photographer - https://www.facebook.com/ScottNilssonPhotographer

    © © Scott Nilsson

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