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Christmas Fairs have come back

Hello friends,Christmas Fairs have come back.In this article we will talk about the many opportunities to make successful photos at Christmas fairs around the world.To make successful pictures we need to pay attention to several things like:- location of the event,we can take pictures with nearby buildings realizing a panorama of the Christmas fair.The aerial images have an increasing search for buyers,they put an importance on the whole activity and beauty of the fair.But we can take pictures... continue reading

My Travel Through Greece

Hey Everyone.first of all let me tell you a little bit about my self, i am the House photographer for United Nation Indonesia and i travel a lot, I've been to over 90+ countries and i love to document Culture, People and LandscapeHere are some photograph that i took in Greece, Enjoy. Santorini during Golden hour Oia windmill Santorini During Blue Hour Church of panagia paraportiani View of Acropolis from the Philopappos Hill Meteora Meteora... continue reading

Christmas

 We are still waiting for the heatwave in The Netherlands, but yet - mostly because of the rain we're getting lately - I'm thinking about Christmas. I am not a real fan of winter, except when it's snowing. I still remember the cracking sound my feet made when I was playing in the snow as a kid. Those days Christmas was all about family for me. I was much younger and less independent, and we had the tradition of celebrating Christmas at the house of my grandma (now 93 years old), with lots of... continue reading

Dahlias are my favorite flowers

 Dahlias are my favorite flower.Most of my dahlia photos were photographed at The Dahlia Garden in Golden Gate Park on the grounds of the Conservatory of Flowers in San Francisco. The City's official flower is the dahlia.Some of my favorite dahlias are Carmen Bunky, Victoria Ann, Happier (which I've included in this post) and Veca Lucia.My favorite dahlia poem was written by Lord Holland for his wife Lady Holland.This poem was written by Lord Holland to his wife Lady Holland.... continue reading

Parade of the Renaissance Festival in Lyon

The last weekend took place in the streets of the Vieux Lyon, as every year, the Festival of the Renaissance, when Lyon returns to the past to celebrate its heritage.Here are some of my pictures of the parade in the city, with a lot of people dressed in Renaissance costumes.             continue reading

New milestone. 1000 images sold!

Today I have discovered that it has reached the goal of 1000 sales. This is the thousandth photo sold. "The four primordial elements: earth, water, air and fire" I started uploading images in 2011 and then creating compositions like this one just for fun. Today it is an activity that takes my time and makes me living better. Thanks to all the buyers who like my work! continue reading

More pictures of Santorini

I was told they sell really well to travel agencies!I checked the file archive again.And found some good photos.More sea, more sun.More holiday fun! continue reading

The Most Insane Film Sets of All Time

Film sets are a health and safety inspector’s nightmare. They are often built as quickly as possible, with potentially dangerous stunts going on and lots of things happening in the area constantly, leading to unpredictable situations. However, the examples we have chosen took this specialized insanity to the next level, though to be fair to some of them the problems were not always of their own making. From flash floods destroying sets to locals attacking the crew with bows and arrows, we have created... continue reading

Over 1000 online

I thought that I would not succeed, but here they are, over 1000 photos. After more than two years, I can say that I kept interest. I was skeptical, but now I'm satisfied. Several interesting photos for me I will point out in this blog.     All comments on my photos are welcomed.Thanks for watching! continue reading

Not just the Longest but Strongest too

San Juanico Bridge was known to be the longest bridge in the Philippines spanning a body of seawater with the length of 2.162 kilometers and width of 10.620 meters supported by 43 spans. The bridge connects two provinces of Samar and Leyte and dubbed as the "Bridge of Love" as this was dedicated by the late Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos to his wife, Imelda who was known as the "Rose of Tacloban."In aerial view, the bridge took the shape of letters "L" and "S". The letter 'L" on... continue reading

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