I Opened My Eyes to See the Sun by pasqualedipilato

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Scottish Lighthouse by YuriFineart

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Neist Point, Isle of Skye, Scotland

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Windswept Wanderer by tjdrysdale

‘Windswept Wanderer’ is one of my favorites from 2015!
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Thank you all for such an incredible year! I’m really looking forward to 2016!

Model: Victoria Yore

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Highlands by tjdrysdale

I’m honored that ‘Highlands’ made the top 10 portraits of the year on 500px!

Thank you all for your support and have an amazing 2016!
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[ … Lóndrangar ] by RaymondHoffmann

midsummer at Snæfellsnes / Iceland
Nikon D810 with 14-24mm f/2.8G ED AF-S NIKKOR
Lucroit Filter System
taken on my photo workshop “Iceland Westfjords”

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Magic morning by wdafotonatura

Lucky – Hole in One by m4photo

Captured at Durdle Door in Dorset when the sun pops through the arch, this image is one of the highlights of my year.
The weather was horrendous on the way down with rain for 3/4 of the journey and arriving on dense fog, but the early start was well worth the end results of this iconic location.
Why ‘Lucky -Hole in One’? Quite simply I was extremely lucky to get this shot because I had to let my sister get the train from Heathrow to where I live (she’s staying with us for Xmas with her family), the weather cleared just as dawn broke and I had the pleasure of three great photography friends, one that brings us luck every time we go out shooting together. Lastly, because this was my first every visit to Durdle Door and I’m immensely grateful to Paul Reiffer for setting up this shoot for us, especially given his workload at the present time.
I hope that you enjoy this image as much as I do.
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