These photos got me thinking about the importance of photographing environmental cleanup while taking care that photographers don't take on unnecessary risks.What do I mean by that? If you're like me, sometimes you get so focused (no pun intended) on the shot, that you may lose almost all awareness of other things around you. Sometimes safety is one of the first things to go.Documenting environmental cleanup is important - as photographers we can help show progress that complies... continue reading
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Recently, I began to devote more time to photographing the textures that I find during walks. At first glance, there is nothing unusual in these things, but if you look closely, they are quite interesting. I think there is among you who also draw attention to this. In the photo above, the abstraction - created by nature. A little minus temperature and it turns out here is such a beauty. I can transfer only as much as the technical characteristics of my camera allow. This texture of the iron... continue reading
Today, I am going to talk about photos that carry environmental themes such as pollution, deforestation, soil erosion and so on.I have come across many aesthetically beautiful photos in Dreamstime, such as scenic landscapes and so on. But how about photos that are not so aesthetically pleasing and yet carry important messages?For example, photos of environmental degradation such as dirty air and unsightly rubbish floating on water aren't exactly pretty, but they are essential in creating... continue reading
Deciding to contribute to the assignments of DT has always been a drive for me to work on new ideas or to finalize and upload old, unfinished work.The latter happened in the current "Earth Calling" assignment with my Polar Bear image, which was sitting in my unfinished folder since 2014. So thanks DT for the slap on the hand to stop being lazy!! I hope I win with any of my 3 entries, the other 2: If not, the pleasure of seeing the Polar Bear online is more than enough.... continue reading
At the heart of Dombes region, in the east of France, the "Parc des Oiseaux" (Park of Birds) possesses a collection of birds evolving in their natural environment among the most important of Europe.I had the chance to visit it this week and here are some of the pictures I brought back. continue reading
1500 photos! Six years have passed since I started publishing photos on dt. An exciting adventure and also a pleasant occasion that has allowed me to know so many people who love photographing with great passion.This allowed me to see the world from different angles.With some effort ... The environment is a topic that is passionate about and collects many consents in the web! I've got some friends involved. Or health control... Thanks to everyone. continue reading
We hear about climate change every day. Politicians, the Paris treaty, big companies. But what can we do in our everyday life?Take mass transportation! Take the bike! Do not litter! Recycle Only this way can we preserve our Earth.Halibut Point Plum Island Green continue reading
I have recently renewed my love of photography, which started when I was a student studying zoology, geology and botany in New Zealand a very long time ago! Using print film was fun but expensive. Like all kiwi graduates, I went travelling and ended up in Sydney, working in the corporate world for many years, photographing holidays but not much else. Then motherhood intervened...Last year I got the use of an iPhone6 for several months, and found how easy it was to take many images and select just... continue reading
The Thermal Power Plant. Sunset. The contrast between the beautiful nature and a terrible human activity. Ideal sky and frightful smokestack pipe. The Thermal Power Plant 27 is a combined heat and power plant located in Moscow Oblast, Russia. It provides heat and power to Northern and Northeast districts of Moscow. Construction of Thermal power station began in 1987. The reinforced concrete pipe has a height of 249,6 m. The main fuel for the Thermal power station 27 is natural gas.... continue reading
“I believe in God, only I spell it Nature.” – Frank Lloyd Wright Even my conception is pretty similar to the above lines...Recent concerns of global warming, prolonged drought in parts of Asia, Lowest rainfall in Southern India, Rising sea level...all are signs of our so called 'Development' or may be I should say 'Misuse of our Development'. Can we do something about it?As the scientists and environmentalists keep spreading awareness by their studies and researches we as stock photographers... continue reading
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