BEAR HOLLOW ZOO, ATHENS, GEORGIAAlthough it may feel like cheating to shoot wildlife in a zoo, it is still a great opportunity to get practice and have some relaxing fun for the day. And the biggest tip: get there early! Bear Hollow Zoo is a small, local zoo in Athens, Georgia. I entered the park along with one of the caretakers who proceeded to make his rounds of feeding and checking on the animals. Each critter became quite excited and active for breakfast as we passed by their enclosures. Otherwise,... continue reading
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The main highway that travels around Iceland provides the ultimate, unforgettable photo road trip. Route 1, or Ring Road, in Iceland is an over 800 mile loop around the island with ever changing landscapes and photo ops around every bend.We explored just the stretch of Ring Road along the southern coast with views of Volcanoes, lava rock fields, black beaches with tall basalt columns, glaciers, blue icebergs and waterfalls everywhere.Our first stop was Seljalandsfoss waterfall. These impressive falls... continue reading
Why Your Content Calendar & Stock Image Portfolio Are Missing Outaka “Marketing for Obscure Holidays, Part 2”When the movie, Independence Day was released back in 1996 on the 2nd of July 2 (the same day the action in the film started), we all knew that the release date was in anticipation of the American Independence Day, the 4th of July, and that the title would probably have something to do with humanity’s independence from the threat of aliens, as a tie-in. However, did you... continue reading
Hi,I am new to Dreamstime and I would like to get as much as possible from this site in terms of exposure for my images, photographic tips and just see what other photographers are doing.I am from Ireland and based in Dublin.The first selection of images I uploaded are on the theme of 'windows' as portals for looking out onto the worldand also looking into an internal space.I am intrigued by what the camera reveals and also by the colour combinations that arise in natural settings. I... continue reading
After homeschooling our four children K-12 over a very happy 21-year time span, I wondered what would keep me busy in my "retirement." In order to help out our family income, I attended an online school, got certified as a medical transcriptionist and worked online at home typing medical records for eight years.But with all four of our children living close by and eventually producing several grandchildren, I had less time to type, so "retired" again to be able to spend time with family and little... continue reading
Continuing from my first blog about travelling in Auckland NewZealand. I felt that many parts of Auckland deserved to be explored more. The country is really fantastic for landscape and adventure lovers.Next, I visited Waikatere Ranges. The hilly land that borders the NewZealand and the Tasman sea. The Sand is black, the grass is ingenious, you won't find them elsewhere in the world (that what some scientist say), and the rock formations are astounding. One can drive along the scenic... continue reading
I was thinking for a long time, when I decided which part of Turkey to visit.I finally decided to visit Kemer and I don't regret it.I explored its surroundings and I have to say there is a lot to discover.I'll start with the Kemer, there are some interesting placesMosque in Kemer Turkish market Continue with its beautiful coast ... Than there is the Mount Tahtali (2365m) The summit you can get cable way or by foot there is nice cedar... continue reading
This month has been pretty exciting for my family.Changes are happening.My eldest going on senior high and my youngest to senior kinder.But what's really getting me and wife fired up is the product of all these change, a new place!Yep, we moved up the mountains.A thriving town called Antipolo here in the Philippines.It's where the boys' schools are thus the logical physical move.This means a new playground for me.A chance to shoot and explore the streets of this town.I haven'... continue reading
We have been visiting many ancient places and ruins since couple of years, some were within India, some outside and some are well known as UNESCO world Heritage site. After my previous article on Hampi, this is the second blog on such a historic place.Badami was the regal capital of the powerful Chalukyan empire from 540 to 757 AD in southern India. It is mainly famous for its rock cut caves, sand stone architectures and inscriptions. All different architectures portray the harmonic balance between... continue reading
The archipelago of the Egadi islands, from the Latin Aegates , is located in the western part of Sicily, opposite the stretch of coastline that stretches between Trapani and Marsala. Among the three major islands (Favignana and Levanzo other), Marettimo is the furthest from the coast. It's only about an hour by hydrofoil, starting from Trapani. From now Marettimo welcomes the traveler with all its splendor. The sun's rays projected onto the green-blue sea create infinite reflections almost hypnotic.... continue reading
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