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Wednesday
Jan092013

Top 10 Photos: New

In our ninth Top 10 Photos post, and in honor of the NEW year, I wanted to do a search for off-the-beaten path photos which take us to somewhere New. (For instance, New Delhi or Newfoundland or New Zealand.) I found quite a few special images, but chose only ten of them for our Top 10 vote; I've not put these 10 in any particular order - that task is up to you. Use the survey at the end of the post to vote for your favorite photo. Thanks for voting and check back soon for another Top 10 Photos vote!

Photograph #1: New York - Inception by Trey Ratcliff

Photograph #2: New Orleans - Lucky Dogs by Stanley Beck

Photograph #3: New Zealand - Mount Tongariro Volcanic Grime by Hagen Hopkins / Getty Images

Photograph #4: New Delhi - Indian Republic Day Parade Soldiers by Pedro Ugarte / AFP / Getty Images

Photograph #5: New South Wales - First Light Over Byron Bay by Paul Bica

Photograph #6: New Brunswick - Painted Couch by Mike Capson

Photograph #7: New Jersey - Boardwalk Beach Wedding by John O'Boyle

Photograph #8: Newfoundland - Bags of Gravel on Signal Hill by Jeremy Kohm

Photograph #9: New Caledonia - Melanesian Lady by Richard and Frederique Chesher

Photograph #10: New York - Reflections on the Road, Chinatown by Matthew Goddard-Jones

 



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Reader Comments (2)

Wow..These photos are just amazingly beautiful. These pictures are been clicked at the perfect moment and at the right location. These photos are not in a same country rather it has been clicked all over the world at every places such as India, New South Wales, New York and many more places. Through these pictures we could understand exactly what the picture describes. Among these ten photos the photo which i like the most is first light over Byron Bay by Paul Bica.
April 10, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterAndrew
The above collection is quite impressive here we have found amazing photography techniques that must be encourage new photographers whom are liable to prefer photography as their concern career. Basically photography needs better and high definition skills with innovative ideas and the above photograph delivers such an impressive impression.
April 17, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterCyrus Catherine
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