This issue’s winning ‘Your Shot’  image was taken by Robert McRobbie from Kingsford, NSW.

These brumbies were grazing not far off the road in the MacDonnell Ranges, west of Alice Springs.
My family was experiencing Central Australia for the first time and as we were driving along we were ticking off the animals we wanted to see – dingo, kangaroo, emu, camel and brumby.
We pulled over to watch these incredible animals and despite the herd being wary of our attention, they stood still for long enough for me to capture several shots.
Shot with Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH2, 100-300mm @ 136mm (270mm 35mm equivalent), 1/1300sec at f.5.6 (-0.33Ev), iso 160.


Calling all Australian Travellers!
Think you’ve got a winning photo? Send us the best Australian travel image you’ve ever captured for your chance to win a great prize. In the first instance, email a low-res pic to:

For this incredible winning image
AT reader Robert McRobbie has won a Tamron SP AF70-200mm f/2.8 Di LD (IF) macro lens (model number A001), valued at $1249. This wide-aperture lens features low-dispersion glass for reduced chromatic aberration, and internal focusing.

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