Vary your lenses to take in the complete picture...Because wild critters are my passion, the long lens tends to stay on the front of my camera. On a recent vacation to a treehouse cabin in Waynesville, North Carolina (see the photo journal here), I sat on the patio every morning and afternoon with my 600 mm lens hoping to photograph some Life Birds.But one morning as I watched down the mountainside and into the valley below, I wrote in my journal, “The landscape before me constantly... continue reading
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This is my first time participating in a Dreamstime blog contest. I was intrigued by the subject as I am quite passionate about road trips. I just love road trips and usually tend to choose my travel destinations according to whether I can include at least a driving part. I love the sense of freedom and I love to open the window and breathe in the fresh air. I love everything about road trips, even the part when I get lost or get stuck in the snow. The beauty of road trips is that they always tend... continue reading
A few days ago... Dreamstimes team mailed me saying there were people searching for photographs reated to Colonia Tovar....So, in this blog post I want to show you a bit of this small village... (from my unique point of view) (this is an artificial lake, hidden in the mountains. Lake is full of fishes, the whole place is really calm and relax) - This beautifull houses are rooms, hostel (hotel) rooms. You can stay here for the weekend and enjoy the peace you're surrounded by)... continue reading
In 2014 I visited Yellow Mountain. With the fog hanging between the peaks of the mountains it looks like a fairy tale. This week another two of the Yellow Mountain pictures were sold. In total 35+. I wrote a post about my visit to Yellow Mountain:First, four hours by bus from Hefei to Zhaixicun, then by cable car through a thick layer of fog. Fifty meter before arriving at the terminal station of the cable car the fog disappeared and suddenly it was a sunny day. Yellow... continue reading
In the Rocky Mountains of Canada, Jasper is the second largest town in the Canadian Rocky Mountains after Banff. Jasper is equally picturesque and has no less interesting places to rest in nature and is a less crowded place.Places that are interesting in terms of photography are many in both the town center and its surroundings. Near Jasper is the largest lake in the Canadian Rocky Mountains of Meligne Lake. Nearby is a deep Maligne Canyon. The Athabasca River flows through the Jasper area with... continue reading
Banff is a tourist spot in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. It is a favorite resting place for both Canadian tourists and tourists from all over the world.The Rocky Mountains are incredibly picturesque, so for those who like to photograph landscapes they are an incredibly interesting destination. The mountains are known to be photographed at any time of the year and under severe weather conditions. This gives you tremendous creative possibilities and anyone who comes here will certainly not regret... continue reading
Caucasus Nature Reserve having been created in Russia in 1924 and in 1999 included in a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Caucasus Reserve is bounded on the south by Sochi National Park and the ridge of Caucasus Mountains, between Black Sea and Caspian Sea. The climate of Caucasus is subtropical, with hot summer and cool winter. The reserve has recorded about 1,500 species of various plants and flowers, include about 700 mushrooms. The coniferous yew trees in Khosta sector can reach age of... continue reading
Today I received the news that I have reached 250 sales. Very good news especially when the image is a new one to sell, this is the image, Many of my images which sell are the food images, so I am particularly pleased with this sales as it widens my portfolio exposure. continue reading
The Republic of Adygea also known as the Adyghe Republic, is a federal subject of Russia, with its territory enclaved within Krasnodar Krai. The republic's major mountains and peaks range in height from 2,000–3,238 metres (6,562–10,623 ft). I have very beautiful trip. continue reading
I have always liked photos, machines and the magic of printing, a little to live with since the time I was a child with the graphics printing machines where my father worked and also for having lived together as a child with films and analogue cameras and the revelations of photos almost once A year because my mother only took pictures on special days, such as birthdays. Today I photograph places, still as amateur and without much care with the settings of the camera, but I think with a look and peculiar... continue reading
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