One beautiful summer day, I was walking around the band shell on Lake Harriett which is just south of Minneapolis. I was taking pictures of some flowers on the south side of the band shell when there was a splash in the water behind me and some guy said, “He got it!” I thought to myself, “He got what? What is going on?” I turned around and there in the water about twenty feet away was a big musky with a half grown mallard duck in the fish’s mouth.The musky was trying to pull the... continue reading
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Beautiful fall colours exist in many places but having lived in southern and eastern Ontario all my life I've been blessed with the opportunity to visit many local areas of autumn wonder. Along with Gatineau park in Quebec, one of my favorite autumn locations is Algonquin Park. Algonquin is the oldest provincial park in Canada (founded 1893) covering some 7600 square kms of area in Ontario (One and a half times the size of Prince Edward Island!!).This protected area is filled with some... continue reading
(First: Sorry for my english; i do my best ;o))Some weeks ago, there was a little Contest for 3D-Artists (without adhesion contract for the pictures ;o)), where i took part.The subject was: "little very big" (i hope my translation is correct *g* )So i thought, this is the time for modeling a water bear (Tardigrade). It is an amazing little animal.Not bigger than 1mm but a very big survivalist.It`s usually habitat is in moss, but it also lives under water.It survives extreme condition!... continue reading
For the most individual photographers and graphic designers their future in micro-stock industry appears to be grim. The math is rather simple - the number of customers is likely to grow much slower than the number of available images - so the income for average contributor will get diluted more and more. What makes matter worse for American contributors is the fact that their foreign (particularly Easter European) counterparts can survive as full-time photographers / graphic designers on fraction... continue reading
https://blog.dreamstime.com/2011/03/26/child-recovering-from-cancer-treatment_art34785The CT Scan results are finally out and I can now finally say that my daughter Alexandra has been cured from Cancer.......WOW!!! That sounds GREAT !!!!!Alex will now undergo another operation on the 15th April to remove the Hickman Linewhich is used to administer Chemotherapy and take blood to avoid all the horrible pricks.A big thank you to everyone who has shown support. continue reading
On the 08th Jan 2011 my 5 year old daughter was complaining of a pain in her tummy - right side close to her naval, so I called the doctor and he advised us to take her into hospital to check it out as possible appendicitis.To cut a long story short, we had an ultrasound scan and a growth on her right kidney was found, after lots of tests, pain and more pain, she was diagnosed with Wilm's Tumor (a cancerous growth on her right kidney)she had a CT scan, biopsy, haircut, hickman's line inserted... continue reading
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