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Images Dated 22nd August 2015

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Asia, Mongolia, Western Mongolia, Bayan-Olgii. Suhayt, inside a Ger, nomads tent Featured 22 Aug 2015 Image

Asia, Mongolia, Western Mongolia, Bayan-Olgii. Suhayt, inside a Ger, nomads tent

Asia, Western Mongolia, Bayan-Olgii. Suhayt, inside a Ger, nomad's tent, where traditional welcoming bread, butter and red cheese curds are being served to guests, along with Mongolian milk tea

© Emily M. Wilson / DanitaDelimont.com

Altai, Altai Mountains, Asia, Bayan Olgii Province, Beverage, Bread, Butter, Cheese, Danita Delimont, Emily Wilson, Food, Indoor, Meal, Mongolia, Tea, Tolbo

Looking down on Rio de Janiero from Corcovado Mountain with Copacabana Beach and Sugarloaf Moutain Featured 22 Aug 2015 Image

Looking down on Rio de Janiero from Corcovado Mountain with Copacabana Beach and Sugarloaf Moutain

Looking down on Rio de Janiero from Corcovado Mountain with Copacabana Beach and Sugarloaf Moutain and the Atlantic Ocean in the background

© Jimmy White / DanitaDelimont.com

Atlantic Ocean, Brazil, Christ The Redeemer, Christo, Clouds, Copacabana Beach, Corcovado Mountain, Cristo Redentor, Rio, Rio De Janiero, Sugarloaf Mountain, Travel Photography

Warrnambool wave Featured 22 Aug 2015 Image

Warrnambool wave

Cleaning up some ancient (~2008) files recently I stumbled upon this photograph, taken with a compact on the beach in Warrnambool, Victoria.Crouching down, I held the camera very low to the shifting, wet sand. As a wave rushed in I took a quick shot and at the last second lifted the camera out of the way. Over the course of the few weeks I was there, I took many similar photographs.This was one of my favourite at the time, less because of any photographic achievement and more because it reminded me of the exhilarating moment it was captured. For that reason photographing waves with waterproof cameras has never been as fun