• Street Art, Valparaiso, Chile, By Kevin Raber
    Fuji X-T1 18-55mm lens at 19mm, 1/490th sec., F/11 ISO 400
  • Let Sleeping Dogs Lay, Chile, By Michael Reichmann
    Panasonic LX100. 1/100sec @ f/8 @ ISO 200
  • Twin Humps by Michael Reichmann
    Sony A7 MKII with Tamron 150-600mm 500mm 1/500 sec @ f/11 @ ISO 500
  • Antarctica in Blue by Michael Reichmann
    Sony A7 MKII with Tamron 150-600mm 330mm 1/500 sec @ f/11 @ ISO 800
  • Rusty Building - Valparaiso, by Kevin Raber
    Fuji X-T1 with 55-200mm at 55mm, 1/1100th sec., F/8 ISO 400
  • Moon Rising - By Kevin Raber
    Sony a7 II, Tamrom 150-600mm at 400mm, 1/1250th sec., F/9 ISO 1600
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