25 Incredible Seascape Photos by Garry Schlatter

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Garry Schlatter lives in Australia, which also happens to be his favorite place to take pictures. He puts a lot of work into each shot he takes, trying to get the lighting, angle, and perspective just right. Judging by the 25 photos below, his efforts have produced some of the most incredible seascape scenes you’ll come across. To see more of Garry’s stunning photography, check out his website and flickr.

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Symphony of Colours

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Patterns in Nature

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Night Rider

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Forgotten

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Beam this up

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Toothed

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Moonrise over the wreck

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Wrecked wreck

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Two moments in time

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Spirits in the night

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Maheno spirit

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The old Pier

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ppsssst...pssssst

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Dreamy Scape

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Bay watch at night

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Highway M25

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Exposed Mossy Green Rocks

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Washed ashore

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Relaxation

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Beach Access

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Icy

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"Keyboard" Beach

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I was here

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Swallowed

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The Monument

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  1. Chandi

    Absolutely magnificent!!!

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  2. Jorgelina

    Stunning selection!

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  3. Kawaljeet Virk

    nice collecton…….:)

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  4. MagiciaN125

    ThisIsAmazing…!!!!
    but this is real or has been edited…?

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  5. t.a

    wow, the color is so stunning!!

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  6. Johnny C.

    Excellent choice of elements.

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  7. Bill

    I find these ordinary and full of cliche (close to 100% cliche). There are plenty of amateur Australian photographers who take equally good photos of this sort, and quite a few with the intelligence to move beyond the cliche into works with artistic and intellectual value.

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  8. Nate Kay

    Maybe so Bill, but I wouldn’t be surprised if Garry was one of the first to explore some of these ‘cliches’ as he’s been doing this for a long time. I guess innovators eventually become cliche and get lost in the mix of things at some point if it becomes popular among all.

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  9. Phasmainmachina

    Bill, I’m reminded of an old cliché, ‘those who can, do; those who can’t, criticise.’

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  10. Subject Matter Art

    incredibly perfect! so unreal

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  11. vellaarya

    awesome pic

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