This is the final article in the series on Top Travel Spots. (Don’t neglect the list of Do’s and Don’ts at the end of this blog). When your location includes great diving spots like the warm waters of the Bay Islands of Honduras, consider shooting underwater. Shooting underwater takes more than having an underwater casing for your camera. Like with any photo, light is the biggest challenge. Colors disappear very quickly as you descend. Red goes first at about 15 feet. Orange is next at between... continue reading
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One of my favourite places to dive is less than two hours drive from my home city of Edinburgh. The Farnes, a group of islands off the coast of Northumberland, offer the very special attraction of diving up-close-and-personal with wild grey seals (Halichoerus grypus). This species of seal is relatively common around the British coast, but they tend to keep their distance underwater and are rarely seen by divers. Not so in the Farne Islands, where the local population of grey... continue reading
Or the perks of being a photographer. You get to travel and discover the world and come back with stunning views of places that for starters, us, human beings, can only frame them in our houses. But how do you get to stand out with an amazing waterfall capture?Q&As with Dmitry Rukhlenko.1. What do you feel when you photograph a waterfall? I enjoy photographing waterfalls. Many of them are charming and photogenic. It is said that the flowing water is one of the things that... continue reading
Paddy field texturePaddy fields are a majority of the scenes at Kuttanadu (the rice bowl of Kerala) in Alleppey (or Alappuzha) district of Kerala, India. It was a major business port in India at ancient times. The artificial canals made for transporting goods to inland from the port gave it the name "Venice of the East". Collected paddy being packedAlleppey is famous for its paddy cultivation below sea level. There are acres of land being used for paddy... continue reading
The Water CycleWater or hydrological cycle reflects continuous and neverending movement of water in the nature. The water moves and changes its form during the processes of evaporation, condensation, precipitation, infiltration, surface runoff, and subsurface flow. These transformations also involves the exchange of energy. One of the side effects of water cycle can be the re-shaping the surface of the Earth. continue reading
When oceans want to show off, they make some waves. Literally.Waves are the arches that the sea is forming after a storm, splashing onto the shore in a great white foam. They are surfer's best companion, and they are also the nature's fury.We've selected two of the best images depicting waves from different points of view and asked their owners to tell us the story behind them, the trip, the equipment, the moment, the post processing and, of course, any other useful tips.... continue reading
Deciding to contribute to the assignments of DT has always been a drive for me to work on new ideas or to finalize and upload old, unfinished work.The latter happened in the current "Earth Calling" assignment with my Polar Bear image, which was sitting in my unfinished folder since 2014. So thanks DT for the slap on the hand to stop being lazy!! I hope I win with any of my 3 entries, the other 2: If not, the pleasure of seeing the Polar Bear online... continue reading
Tour of the magic water circuit, Lima, Peru. This incredible place is located near the areas of San Isidro and Miraflores in Lima. In a day without traffic it only takes 15 minutes to reach the site. The government's investment in restoring the place has made it a Latin American symbol of the processes of recovery of public spaces, generating a new reason to visit Lima, these projects promote the improvement of the quality of life of citizens. This park has been... continue reading
Autumn lake, quiet reflection，like a watercolor painting.Like the quiet scenery, quiet picture, like in a dream. The reflection of the water is one of my favorite subjects. I think one of the most valuable photography is that it can quickly show their favorite picture, which is not able to do painting. continue reading
Recently, I have added a lot of South Texas pictures, thanks in part to a trip my wife & I recently took down there with my sister. Now, for those unfamiliar, South Texas is...well, pretty much desolate, with oasis' of cities cropping up every now and again. There is Corpus Christi, a mecca for the tourists who love sun and surf, then Kingsville, with its world famous King Ranch & Santa Gertrudis cattle. Further on down is Laredo, Harlingen, and Brownsville.There are also other small towns like... continue reading
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