Landscape Photography by Eamon Gallagher

Landscape Photography by Eamon Gallagher

Boating Into the Cosmos (Landscape Photography by Eamon Gallagher on CrispMe)

Eamon Gallagher is a landscape photographer from Australia, who is currently based in Sweden.

Taking images of our diversified planet covering, landscapes, wildlife, natural themes, people, culture and many other elements that brings us together as a complete synergy . I have been fortunate enough to travel widely on our unique & diversified planet & capture some of this synergy.

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Boating Into the Cosmos (Landscape Photography by Eamon Gallagher on CrispMe)

 

Boating Into the Cosmos (Landscape Photography by Eamon Gallagher on CrispMe)

 

Bye Bye Åndalsnes (Landscape Photography by Eamon Gallagher on CrispMe)

 

Good Morning Åndalsnes (Landscape Photography by Eamon Gallagher on CrispMe)

 

Lonesome Boat (Landscape Photography by Eamon Gallagher on CrispMe)

 

Oxbow Mood (Landscape Photography by Eamon Gallagher on CrispMe)

 

Palouse Rise S (Landscape Photography by Eamon Gallagher on CrispMe)

 

Palouse Sun Rise (Landscape Photography by Eamon Gallagher on CrispMe)

 

Thors Well Night & Day (Landscape Photography by Eamon Gallagher on CrispMe)

 

Trillium Blue (Landscape Photography by Eamon Gallagher on CrispMe)

 

Trillium Blue Pano (Landscape Photography by Eamon Gallagher on CrispMe)

 

Trollstigen Sunset (Landscape Photography by Eamon Gallagher on CrispMe)

 

Trollstigen Valley Of Fire (Landscape Photography by Eamon Gallagher on CrispMe)

 

Trollveggen Glow (Landscape Photography by Eamon Gallagher on CrispMe)

 

Valley Of The Gods (Landscape Photography by Eamon Gallagher on CrispMe)

 

Waterton Explosion (Landscape Photography by Eamon Gallagher on CrispMe)

 

Waterton Fall Dusk Scape (Landscape Photography by Eamon Gallagher on CrispMe)

 

Reine Fire (Landscape Photography by Eamon Gallagher on CrispMe)

 

 

 

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  • http://phototoursabroad.com/ Ian Ford

    Image #7 vs #6. I really like the whirlpool effect. What filter did you use and how long was the exposure?