2018 – Landscape

Tony Hewitt

The Geometry of Farming - The tracks of a farm sprinkler feature in this geometric abstract aerial image in the Midwest of WA’

Yan Kurniawan

Avalon Rock Pool NSW

Allen Koppe

Jarrad Parker

Incidental Art - Although mans mark may sometimes seem constructive and beautiful, the truth unfortunately seems to be becoming more and more the opposite.

Lisa Saad

Ty Stedman

Federic Rekowski

Pamela Pauline

Black on White - The steep mountains, high plains and harsh light of Northern Wyoming create dramatic shadows, with the horses adding contrast against the white snow.

Tony Hewitt

Rise - "in the rise of a falling tide, lies the power of a focused sea"

Ty Stedman

"Sheet Music"

Olivia Vincent

Parking

Ross Duggan

Naomi Bubner

Dr Ray Shorter

Ty Stedman

"Stitching Fillets"

Craig George

Life is greener - Farmland - Northern Tasmania.

Victoria Berekmeri

Tasman Glacier Lake, New Zealand

Natalya Stone

Euphoria - from the series of the same name. This image was taken over the central highlands of Iceland. The mountain pictured is named Graenhihryggur - The Green Backbone.

Ben Houston

Chris de Blank

S Curve - Aerial from helicopter over the sand dunes of the Sossusvlei region, Namibia

Pamela Pauline

Southern Live Oak Tree and Birds - This tree, living on Avery Island in Louisiana, is a magnificent Southern Live Oak Tree. Draped in Spanish Moss, the tree exudes an elegance and wisdom of having witnessed many many years.

Lily Martin

Abstract Landscape

Peter Virag

Maroondah Reservoir - Aerial shot of Maroondah Dam. I really liked the contrast between the lush foliage and the mirror like surface of the water. The Maroondah Dam is a rock foundation concrete gravity dam with an uncontrolled rock chute spillway across the Watts River, located in the Central region of Victoria. Its principal purpose is to supply potable water for greater Melbourne.

David Evans

Abisko, Sweden

Craig George

Dystopia - Aerial image showing the devastation left from the logging industry in North West Tasmania

Allen Koppe

Night Trees

Tony Hewitt

Why . . . !

Allen Koppe

The "W" Tree

Pamela Pauline

Spinnaker's Up - A lone sailboat on the ocean is carried by the wind.

Jordan Robins

Blue Ice - Rays of sunlight dancing upon the sea floor and being reflected up on the surface. Captured in the crystal clear water at Hyams Beach in Jervis Bay.

Federico Rekowski

"Suburban Beauty"

Gaanesh Prasad

The Reflection - Clicked at an early morning in Dubai from a tall building, the sight was breathtaking to see the sky scrapers and the roads below, and the reflection of it on the facade of the building i was standing, i stretched my hand out window to get this frame, this frame will always remain as a treasure for me.

Melanie Sinclair

Contour

Nick Hinch

Chandra Bong

Crystal Of Tasman

Victoria Berekmeri

The Penfolds Landscape

Julius Pang

The Cathedral

Glen Parker

The Storm

Guy Havell

The End is Near

Grant Galbraith

Behind the Wall - Bombo Quarry, NSW

Federico Rekowski

"Mungo Path"

Guy Havell

Ice Channelling

Sonja de Sterke

Reflected rays of sunlight from building cutting through

Mat Beetson

Mangrove on Mars - This tiny Mangrove looks to have sprouted on Mars. It lies on the mudflats of Roebuck Bay in Broome, amongst hundreds of Mud-crab holes right near the red Pindan coloured beach. Captured at low tide exposed the crab holes and silty white mud.

Allen Koppe

One Tree Hill

Ingrid Hendriksen

Fitzroy River Delta - Aerial of the Fitzroy River Delta with the Port Alma saltworks, Queensland, Australia.

Emma Perry

The Sinkhole Garden

Guy Havell

Residence

Yan Kurniawan

Camel Rock - Camel Rock is located in the small coastal town of Bermagui, New South Wales.

Michael Stringer

Rush

Niall Chang

Julius Pang

Winter Landscape

Naomi Bubner

James Broadway

Mallee | Waiting

Matthew Reilly

Niall Chang

Kylie Gee

Jarrad Parker

Gathering - The windswept sands of Geraldton, Western Australia gather at the shoreline.

Niall Chang

Matt Horspool

The Old Ways - On our first day cruising around Bali on our scooter, I had noticed this odd looking geometric structure floating in the middle of a large lake and knew that it would look unique from the air. I had never seen anything quite like it and decided to venture back here with the drone during sunset to give the shot some depth. The structure turned out to be used for fishing in the lake by locals.

Matthew Reilly

After Dark

Adam Resch

Through the pines, Laurel Hill - A very eerie image here on a very cold misty winters morning. I thought a low image looking up would be interesting perspective.

Andrew Dickman

The Bridge

Jordan Robins

Mountains Meets Then Sea - An 'over under' image of a Double Headed Wrasse swimming in the pristine coral gardens in the lagoon below Mount Gower and Mount Lidgbird on Lord Howe Island. An over under is a style of underwater photography where you can see above and below the water, captured in a single exposure. Strobes are used to balance the exposure of the sky with the foreground and illuminate below the waters surface.

Tony Hewitt

New Earth - "as of another cosmic realm, rising from the deeper blue, an ancient land reminding us of a time before time, . . . a new Earth is born"

Riste Andrievski

The Centerpoint of Sydney - The pinnacle of activity drawing all to centre of all activity.

Farhat Memon

Hello Sunshine, New Zealand - Autumn or Winter ?!! One of those beautiful rare seasons where the autumn colours are sprinkled with snow. The Wanaka Tree never disappoints :)

Grayson Cooke

Canberra: View From the Red Hill - This image is an infrared panorama taken in the Red Hill Nature Reserve in Canberra.

Gail Maree Trembath

Midland Highway 1

Julie Kenny

Tasmania - During my road trip around Tasmania what I often noticed was the stark contrast that the landscape provided. I came upon this scene after hours of driving through pristine forest. While I understand that Tasmania has a long history relating to the timber industry, I didn't make this landscape any less jarring.

Adam Resch

Galong, NSW - Canola fields September. This afternoon I had stormy clouds for around 30mins before sunset. There was a brief moment where the sun had come out beneath the clouds just before it disappeared over the horizon.

Matt Horspool

Bridge of Sighs - One of the most incredible experiences I have ever seen. Waking to find Venice, Italy covered in a thick layer of fog. The streets were empty, the light was soft and moody and the depth created by the tones was simply jaw dropping.

Farhat Memon

Modert Art, Mount Cook, New Zealand - My first every heli photography and my jaw dropped upon seeing this glacier lake weaving its way through the mountains. It took a few seconds before I collected my wits and starting taking pictures :)

Matthew Fry

Woodleigh Old Gum

Andrew Dickman

Big Red