I've had a message from DT to say that this photos was selected to be added to their "Dusk and Dawn" collection and that I should shout about it. As I don't use facebook, twitter etc, I thought at least I could tell you all about it here. I haven't been with DT very long but this is certainly a step in the right direction. continue reading
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Here are a dozen of my favourite shots taken at one resort in the Maldives. I really had a great time there and I never forget every moment there from dawn till dusk. The beautiful lights and colours of twilight skies, the fantastic clouds, the white sand, the turquoise sea...everything, every moment is still in my memory from then till now. I think the Maldives must be one of the best places that every photographer should go at least once in his/her life time. And I can promise you that the beauty... continue reading
write your text hereThe picture was sold on February 21st, 2008. I had had joined the Dreamstime for nearly five months then. With 37 files in my portfolio, I was having waited the first earning for such a long time. So sad I was. I doubted about my ability on photography and was sad on my experience at that time. It was clearly that I have met the severe problem. I had to faced the situation.The first sale brought me 0.6 dollars and gave me a little excitement. The further thinking occured again... continue reading
A bronze ox set on bluestone wave-lined pedestal overlooks the east shore of Kunming Lake. The ox, cast in the image of a live creature back in 1755, is said to possess flood control powers. Da Yu, the legendary master in floods prevention, would commit an iron ox into the water on completion of every of his projects. It has become customary since Tang Dynasty (618-907) to line the edge of waterways with oxen. Hence this bronze ox was upon the bank, too.This Bronze Ox, sitting beside the water... continue reading
After spending 3 weeks in New Zealand, I had a week to spare in Sydney. One of my favorite places to photograph is Sydney Harbour at dusk. Sydney harbor is a stunning intersection between the Natural and built environment. There is no better time to see it than dusk, when the the Harbour becomes a hive of activity and when the city lights balance with the light in the sky.Here's a small sample: continue reading
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