Featured Member Photos – February 24, 2012

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Featured Member Photos – February 24, 2012This week’s Featured Photos are by community members randimal, arne saknussen, Ctn and DHMN69. Our moderators chose a nice variety of photos this week. We’ve got a moody black-and-white image from the Photo Critique forum, a Texan raptor from the Nature & Wildlife forum, a water reflection abstract, and a really nice women’s hockey action photo.

To see and comment on this week’s featured photos, scroll down and click on the thumbnails below.


Bridge Feet - by arne saknussen
Bridge Feet – by arne saknussen

from Photo Gallery
City Walk At Dusk - by Ctn
City Walk At Dusk – by Ctn

from Photo Critique Forum
Crested Caracara photo - by randimal
Crested Caracara photo – by randimal

from Nature & Wildlife Photography Forum
UMD (Minnesota-Duluth) Womens Hockey - by DHMN69
UMD (Minnesota-Duluth) Womens Hockey – by DHMN69

from Sports Photography Forum

Congratulations to this week’s Featured Photographers DHMN69, arne saknussen, Ctn and, randimal! Thanks for sharing your work with us and giving us some photographic inspiration. Please visit the photo pages and let our Featured Photographers know what you think of their photos! Photography doesn’t exist in a vacuum. Comments from other photographers help keep us all motivated to get out there and keep taking pictures.

If you think you’ve got feature-worthy photos, share them in the gallery, on the Sports Photography Forum, the Photo Critique Forum or the Nature & Wildlife Photography Forum. Every week our forum and gallery mods choose a photo to feature for their section of the site. If you post photos in the gallery or those forums, one of your photos could be featured next week. Check out our Featured Photo Archive to browse past featured photos.

About the author: Photo-John

Photo-John, a.k.a. John Shafer, is the managing editor of PhotographyREVIEW.com and has been since the site launched back in 1999. He's an avid outdoor enthusiast and spends as much time as possible on his mountain bike, hiking or skiing in the mountains. He's been taking pictures for ever and ever, and never goes anywhere without a camera.

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