Last year I was vacationing in California and got to visit Sequoia National Park twice during our stay, taking as many photos as the rest of the (non-photographers) group allowed me to. I loved it.I’m from the Caribbean, I’m used to sandy beaches, sun and warm tropical weather. The park was cool, breezy, full of gigantic green and brown trees, mountains and streams of water snaking between rocks, song birds singing and majestic vistas of the mountains in the distance and... continue reading
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Seasons are acting weird this year, for example our winter last year was 2 months non-stop snow and cold, this year we've got a promotion 2 months no snow and cold, just mist and rain. It was like that though, till the end of February when usually the winter ends around here, but not this year. Few days before the end of February, we've got our heavy snowing. It happened for one night Saturday to Sunday, but still at Sunday morning I was the first to get out for a walk at the nearby hill.... continue reading
..he climbed up the vertical palm tree as fast as an average monkey and he was even holding the bucket to collect the Mnasi palmwine.The female Coconut palmtree gives coconuts, nasi and the male gives palmwine, all together a most useful tree for the community!Once he had checked the harvest high above he came down as fast as he had climbed to the top. The reward was meager, hardly a coffecup of wine and a few drowned bees. He pured a little bit on my hand making sure he was not adding the insects.... continue reading
In ancient times, Lithuania was a real Oakland. Researchers believe that in XVI century oaks were covering around 20 percent of the total forest area. Some of those ascendants are still out there.Here is a photo of an old oak which growths near the place I live. Every tree has its own history. I do not know what is the story of this particular oak. On the other hand,you definitely feel different or at least strange being near. You want to touch it and of course, feel something.... continue reading
Eurasian tree sparrow Is a small bird living very close to people (in villages and even in cities). Today, its population has decreased dramatically. This may be a problem ... the Chinese have already become aware of it in times of great famine. The Chinese leader Mao stated that Sparrows are pests and should be exterminated.The Chinese have so effectively eradicated these birds that there has been a wave of uncontrolled development of the Colorado that has devoured considerable amounts of crops.... continue reading
That's an old oak tree with unknown history. Its massive trunk and expressive branches have enchanted our look. I would say nothing is holier, nothing is more exemplary than a beautiful, strong tree. And even more I adore it when it stands alone, like a lonely person or a sanctuary.By the way, under the tree was found a fresh sign of moose sleeping place. Unfortunately, the mammal king of a forest has left it before we came in a scene. Probably most of you have a photo of a tree... continue reading
Winter is coming.Let's prepare for Wintertime photos!Photographing with snow can be tricky, especially when the weather is not on your side.I am still new but I think stock photographer should look more into what kind of wintry photos our customers need, postcard - print out - commercialise - or else, in addition to just photographing.Let me know what do you think of this statement, and also my photos :)Here is my recent 'Winter' theme uploads.They were from my time in the UK. You... continue reading
Christmas soon, very soon, because time flies quickly. There will be many beautiful - for example, gingerbread men, that delicious smell of cinnamon. There are beautifully decorated Christmas tree, a modest and quite immodest. With beautiful bows and toys. There are beautiful stars on fur-trees. continue reading
A friend of mine used to feed wild turkeys in his yard in northwest Wisconsin. He owned a Honda four-wheeler and the turkeys learned that when he started the four-wheeler that it was time to eat. One day he started the four-wheeler in the shed by his house and drove it down to the barn to get sunflower seeds to feed the turkeys. As he was driving down the driveway a big Tom Turkey ran alongside the four-wheeler. The big Tom was so close to my friend that he could reach out and touch the Turkey... continue reading
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