June 19, 2014
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“I took this photo during my second visit to Kings Park in Perth. It is one of my favourite places in Perth as you can spend countless hours walking through the park and taking in the magnificent vista of Perth, the Swan River and the Darling Range. I took several test shots and then waited for the ‘blue hour’ after sunset to create this stunning blue backdrop. I would recommend anyone visiting Perth to head up to Kings Park for sunset and then walk down into the city. The nightscapes of Perth are superb and along the way you will find lots of hidden treasures that become illuminated at night.”
Hannes Nitzsche, via email
Think you’ve got a winning photo? Send your best Australian travel image to firstname.lastname@example.org For your image to be considered, it must be sent in high-res (300dpi at a minimum of 10cm wide), with your contact details and a short description of the photo. For this photo, AT reader Hannes Nitzsche has won a Tamron SP 70-200mm F/2.8 lens (model number A009), valued at $1699. This lens is the apex of Tamron telephoto zooms in a compact package that is the smallest in its class. Vibration Compensation image stabilisation boosts the low-light shooting capacity of this fast-aperture lens, while Tamron’s proprietary Ultrasonic Silent Drive motor delivers speedy, quiet, accurate autofocus that captures those decisive moments.
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