Did you know that September 5th is (was?) “National Be Late for Something Day”?As a person who is impossibly early in a fashionably late-running world, I thought I would embrace the holiday to see if I could find the advantage that the rest of the populated planet seems to have found but that I just haven’t yet uncovered. So, here it goes.After a day of exhaustive research, I can attest that the benefits to being late are …………Who am I kidding?I just can’t do it.... continue reading
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Hendrk has a lovely article on the blue hour reflections with beautiful photographs.A recent trip to a seaside resort on Batam Island, Indonesia gave me a chance to take some photographs during the times of the day he mentioned.It was raining cats and dogs when we arrived. Luckily, it cleared by late afternoon and we had a lovely evening. Armed with my camera, I wandered around the resort recording the beautiful scenery. Jetty in the blue light JettyThe next morning, I woke... continue reading
I don’t usually get up early on a Sunday, or any other day if I can help it, but last Sunday was different.I had wanted to go to Weymouth Harbour, to take some photos for a long time. I needed to go before there were too many people about and, when the weather was fine. It would be perfect.I set my alarm for 0600hrs ( I know that is not early for some of you seasoned photographers but……), grabbed a cup of tea and left the house at 0630hrs.I arrived in Weymouth (located on the South Coast... continue reading
While visiting relatives in London recently I was itching to get around the sites with my camera, but the weather just wasn't playing ball, of course. I got up on the final morning, and there wasn't a cloud in the sky. With a couple of hours before we were scheduled to leave, I headed out. Here are a few of the shots I managed to get. Hope you like. continue reading
1920’s was the golden age of the roller coasters. Over 2000 were built in that time with just a few remaining and still in operation.The example of a roller coaster from this area is the Giant Dipper in Belmont Park in San Diego.This roller coaster opened on July 4, 1925 and was designed and engineered by Frederick Church and Frank Prior.But perhaps the biggest contribution to roller coaster development can be attributed to John Miller. His patented design of underfriction wheel... continue reading
This summer was unusually warm in Denmark. I was lucky to have vacation in this period, and spent a few weeks in Blokhus in the northern part of Denmark. Blokhus is a very small town with only 440 inhabitants but due to its proximity to the sea and a very attractive beach, the place is really crowded during the summer with thousands of tourists from the rest of Denmark and the surrounding countries. One morning I decided to get up very early to enjoy the sunrise and maybe take some photos.... continue reading
WOW!! :)) After two years, today I had my first sale of 50 credits!!!I thank to the person who gave me this greatest joy! Thank you buyer!! Thank you Dreamstime! This is one of my favorites pictures that I like the most!I wish to all contributors to have as much joy as mine!Happy new sales dreamstimers! :)Don't lose hope!! Sooner or later comes the big sale!! Good luck everyone! Go planet! Let's make some money! continue reading
I've had a good day today sales wise.The most exciting one was this Tiff sale:That image was one of the first ones I uploaded.I'll be looking for it on a billboard or the side of a bus I guess.I also had a nice quick sale of this image that I just recently uploaded:And my wife will be happy to know that her gardening efforts from last summer are popular:I certainly appreciate the early Christmas presents! continue reading
Walking the quiet side streets one morning off of Canyon Road in Santa Fe, NM, I happened upon this peaceful adobe with a turquoise window. Shadows playing across the warm mud walls, white lace curtains and the simple solitude of early morning hours before tourists begin populating the neighborhood, allowed me to capture the charm of Santa Fe."Boston for beans, Seattle for rain, San Francisco for bridges, and Santa Fe for a long, far look at what God made." ~ Home Country, Ernie PyleSee... continue reading
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