- Best of 2016: Your Favourite Canon Australia Instagram Posts
It's been a big year for our Instagram channel – we've broadcast the work of hundreds of unique photographers to over 200 thousand hungry followers.
We're now taking a look back across the year at some of your favourite of our Instagram posts, based on how much love you gave them.
Our hope is these inspire you for the year ahead!
'Textures of the sea ✨🌊 One of my favourite images to take, I can spend hours in the waves admiring the form they take. This day I was visiting my mate @warrenkeelan and we spent the majority of the day frothing on these groomed offshore lines!' by @thurstonphoto Tag your #wave shots @canonaustralia or #canonaustralia for a chance to be featured.
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