In order to "function" at full capacity at work, at home or in any other activity that involves physical and/or psychical effort, most of the humans need to do something to "recharge their batteries". So, what is there to be done? A lot of things:Oversleeping Power napping Couch surfing Fishing Barbecue Hanging out with friends Meditation Concerts Traveling Rafting ... continue reading
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Photography has always been a hobby. But old technology meant expense of films, processing and printing which made this hobby very expensive. But today with the new cameras, I could go back to my hobby with a vengeance.I have been clicking photos at the various places I visit and now have a huge collection. This is my favourite of all the photos in a place called Bhigwan. It was more than a year back and the visit was particularly to spot the pink Flamingos. But deficit rainfall resulted in less... continue reading
When something gives you such peace within your soul.When you find that something, let it consume you.When you can breathe that deep down breathe and feel calm within you.When you feel it, Let it overcome you.Photography allows me to pause and take it in, to see it no matter how smallsee the hidden details in all that surrounds me and I feel Great peace.I love sharing what I see. continue reading
Make no mistake about it, I AM a newbie!That being said, I will get along with the howdee-do's. My name is James Bradshaw, amateur photographer. I live in Lufkin-Texas.I am not new to stock photography, having done it in the past on other sites, which I have since discontinued my relationship with them. ( More on that in a bit. ) I got into this maybe just like everyone else, as a hobby, taking photos at family reunion events, or the all to familiar family vacation. All the photos you see... continue reading
Well....amongst my hobby's, I have one that is rather unusual. I'm part of a team which maintains theatre pipe organs...The Mighty Wurlitzer.For quite some time I've been helping out with looking after the very last Wurlitzer organ to come to the UK. The "old girl" as we call her, is still in it's original home and the specification as original as the day it was installed in 1939.The Blackpool Opera House Wurlitzer was specified by Horace Finch - then organist of the Empress Ballroom, playing... continue reading
Okay, so it's been a while since my last post and, if you recall, my last DT blog was fairly negative in calling out people who do not pay for using stock images. That I'm afraid is a perennial problem, which isn't likely to go away any time soon. And anyway, I like to think that my posts are more about helping and entertaining people than moaning about stuff I can't control! So, with that in mind, I wanted to write a short piece on stock photography. It's something I've wanted to write for a while... continue reading
Hi,First I have one photo accepted for assignment and althoughI sold the rightsI am very proud and happy! Secondly, I already have713accepted photos. And although sometimes I was disappointed and confused I do not give up. Even more this motivate me!Happy Easter and good luck! continue reading
In a photographer’s world birds will surely have a nice place of their own as that’s the connection between. But interesting thing is that bird watching is just about the most well-known hobbies in the world too. I would like to share something about bird watching as a general thing among the people. In the United States and European Union alone, you can find thousands of groups focused to bird watching, which range from small, laid-back gatherings of friends, to large organizations that maintain... continue reading
Ever since I can remember I've been fascinated by images and creating them myself. It has been an on-again off-again relationship however. To be fully present to a moment there have been times when the camera felt like it demanded an attention that took me out of the 'picture' so to speak.Recently I've shifted away from taking the great panoramic images that tried to take in the whole and have found instead the 'close-up'. Getting up to a small common flower blooming in a field and capturing it'... continue reading
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