Hot summer conditions not expected to hang around for Christmas

Hot summer conditions not expected to hang around for Christmas Picture by Christine Joy Roberts
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Waves splashing against the rocks caught Lee Harsthorne’s attention at Bar beach, but it was the colours that held it.

Moments before sunrise, East Maitland’s Mitchell Griffin snapped a shot he called 40 degree day.

Early riser Taylah Douglass, of Stockton, captured this shot of the revamped diving blocks at Merewether baths at sunrise.

Picture by Anthony Kelly

Picture by Daniel Johnson

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Picture by Bob Todd

Picture by Daniel Johnson

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Picture by Claire Jensen.

Picture by Jake Hodges

Picture by Donna Wallace.

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Picture by Ruth Vogele.

Picture by Jake Hodges

Picture by Christopher Lynch

Picture by Melissa Evans.

Picture by Mike Lowing

Picture by John Beddoe.

Picture by Olivia Trinka

Picture by Ruth Vogele

Picture by Dean Abraham

Picture by Dean Abraham

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Picture by Dean Abraham

Picture by Christopher Lynch

Picture by Sharon Leatham

Charlestown’s Matt Burgess says he was thrilled to catch this photo at Redhead beach in October while playing around with exposures.

Stockton’s Paul Lancaster offers a glimpse of “Life in the Country” with this shot from five years ago. It was taken at Serendipity, near Evans Head.

The smooth patterns left in the sand by a “Retreating Tide” gave Ravelle King a stunning sight to photograph at Nobbys beach.

Stockton’s Karen Taylor uses the worn timber walkway at Newcastle Ocean Baths to provide a striking depth of field in “Always Summer”.

This shag sunning himself at the edge of Honeysuckle Wharf earlier in November gave Stockton’s Karen Taylor a stark subject.

A low and unusual perspective puts the stinger at the centre of Lee Hartshorne’s Newy Bluey, helping it stand out on the sand.

Photo: Nick Feros

Photo: Janelle Newbegin

Photo: Dean Harmes

Photo: Diane Schofield

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Photo: Eamon Waddington

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Photo: Lynda Hinton

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Photo: Dave Newcombe

Photo: Sam Miller

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Photo: Nathan McGeorge

Photo: Adam Smith

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Photo: Patrick Kenny

Photo: Stacey Anderson

Photo: Stu Mountford

Picture by Samantha Hartmann

Picture by Nik Cejovic

Picture by Elisabeth Scornavacchi

Picture by Elisabeth Scornavacchi

Picture by Christopher Lynch

Picture by Tim Smith.

Picture by Patrick Kenny

Melting Moments. Photo by Tracey Courts

Picture by Katie Grogan

Picture by Russell Spencer

Picture by Jesse Rowbottom

Picture by Kira Rowe

Picture by Sharon Leatham

Picture by Patrick Street

TweetFacebookHunter Photography Prize 2017We are searching for the Hunter Region’s top amateur photographer. We want to find the best photograph of summer from the region and we are giving away prizes!

You can shoot your pictures with anything from a Box Brownie to an iPhone.

First prize:Nikon D5100 single-lens kit (valued at $749) plus a Lowepro Orion backpack ($99).Highly commended:Nikon D3200 single-lens kit ($699) plus 300 6×4 prints.Readers’ choice:TomTom Bandit Action Camera ($399) plus 200 6×4 prints).You must be a resident of the region to enter the Hunter Photography Prize, and to be eligible your main source of income can’t be derived from photography.By entering, a person is stating the photograph was taken by them and that they own the copyright.

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