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  • Make the Invisible Visible

    by Ellenboughn | 6th of May, 2008

    Short of shooting roofs flying off buildings and trees ripped from the ground in a hurricane, how can you photograph wind? And why would you? As wind increases to hurricane force, the wise take shelter and let the guys in the working TV and press shoot the storm. (They presumably... More
  • Houseboats in Amsterdam

    by Balazovic | 18th of April, 2016

    Last spring we visited the Netherlands and its gardens Keukenhof in Europe.   Amsterdam was of course a must see stop. It is a beautiful city that has its own charm.     You can choose a trip on the water to see how it looks from the water, it is of course different... More
  • Aren't we blessed?

    by Martingraf | 16th of April, 2016

    I remember how as a youngster I always looked what's happening on the camera market - some events burnt into my mind but at that time I wasn't able to afford them - Canon A1 with it's automatics and the fantastic L-Lenses - Minolta 7000 with its first AF-lenses - Canon EOS... More
  • Cinco de Mayo

    by Rhbabiak13 | 15th of April, 2016

    Cinco de Mayo is a celebration held on May 5th to remember the Mexican army's victory over the French on May 5, 1862. Festivities are held throughout the United States and Mexico that include eating, dancing, face painting and lots of other fun times. Here's a few... More
  • Gotta love traveling!

    by Debratos | 1st of April, 2016

    Gotta love traveling! Visiting new places can be such an inspiration for your photography. No matter how often the hills of Tuscany or the St. Peter's Basilica have been photographed by other people, if it's new to you then it's your opportunity to capture them from your... More
  • 5D classic

    by Brocko | 29th of March, 2016

    Holla! When i start uploading images to dreamstime it was with a purpose. To change my camera, from Canon 1000D to a Canon 5D classic. After i sold the 1000D took a second hand middle level, the 550D, one year later i sold it and with the money from dreamstime i bought... More
  • Leopards

    by Physi28 | 14th of March, 2016

    On my last five trips to Kenya and visiting mainly the Tsavo West and East NP as well as Maasai Mara (one time) I always tried to stay away from the masses of tourists in their mini-busses. Actually most tourists want to see the so-called "big five" . Elephant, Buffalo,... More
  • Gran Canaria in three days (Part 1: Las Palmas de Gran Canaria)

    by Fevredream | 22nd of February, 2016

    Gran Canaria in 3 days (Part 1: Las Palmas de Gran Canaria) Hello everyone, this is my first ever article on a blog, so I hope it will be ok. Me and my wife visited Gran Canaria (one of Canary Islands that are part of Spain) a couple of weeks ago, we spent just 1 week... More
  • Opening Sweden - Vasa museum

    by Articture | 14th of February, 2016

    Hello, dear friends! Today I would like to tell you about one of the most impressive museums I've ever seen. This post is about Vasa museum. Vasa is the only ship of the 17th century which has been preserved till this day. The museum is amazing and it's definitely... More
  • Opening Sweden - Hagaparken

    by Articture | 12th of February, 2016

    Good day/evening/morning, friends! If you're going to Sweden one day, you should for sure visit "Hagaparken". It is a favorite vacation spot of the Swedes, who often call it simply "Haga". This is a huge pure area in the style of the 18th century. "Haga" is endless... More
  • Opening Sweden - Skansen

    by Articture | 11th of February, 2016

    Hey, guys! Telling you about Sweden I can't ignore one of the most marvelous places there and it's called Skansen. Skansen is an ethnographic museum in the open air on the island of Djurgården, beautifully organized wildlife sanctuary where you can walk all day and... More
  • Opening Sweden - FIKA

    by Articture | 10th of February, 2016

    Hey, guys! In continuation of my Swedish stories today I'll tell you about "Fika") What does that mean? Our evenings we spent in favorite pubs. One day we had a chance to talk with the waitress, who told us about the concept of "Fika". Finally, a purely Swedish jargon)... More
  • Opening Sweden - Sigtuna

    by Articture | 9th of February, 2016

    Hello, dear friends! Today I would like to share impressions after visiting little Swedish town which is called Sigtuna. The town itself is just lovely. It left absolutely fabulous senses in our hearts. It was Sunday fair that day. The central street was full of shops... More
  • Opening Sweden - Uppsala

    by Articture | 8th of February, 2016

    Hello, dear friends! You know, not only the central places of Sweden are beautiful. It's provinces are amazing too. Pretty town Uppsala, for example, warmed us with hot chocolate and cake during the blind rain. Here are the botanical garden and the University, viewing... More
  • Opening Sweden - Drottningholm

    by Articture | 8th of February, 2016

    Hello, dear friends! Continuing my Swedish story I remember one of our fabulous mornings in hotel! It began with surprise. After breakfast we returned to the room to take things and go for a walk. Glancing out the window, we suddenly saw a rabbit (really huge rabbit... More
  • Opening Sweden - Stockholm

    by Articture | 7th of February, 2016

    Hello, my friends! Starting my blog I'm glad to share some views and fragments from our trip to wonderful Sweden.           In a few words Sweden means for me design and proportions, colors and textures, bicycles and ecology, streets and houses,... More
  • Whistler Ski Resort: more about it

    by Leonwang302 | 15th of January, 2016

    I read Leszek Wrona blog“WHISTLER SKI RESORT IN WESTERN CANADA”and thanks for sharing his wonderful pictures. I like Whistler also.it just about 2 hours drive from downtown Vancouver.but totally two different worlds. I took a round way bus leave 6:20am,and back Vancouver... More
  • While You Are Waiting For Your Alaska Cruise Ship

    by Popsidoodle | 8th of December, 2015

    Welcome to beautiful Vancouver, British Columbia. Gateway to your Alaska cruise. While you are waiting to board your ship you will find yourself "under the sails" at Canada Place.      Canada Place was opened in 1986 as the Canada Pavilion for the World Exposition,... More
  • Finally 200 images online!

    by Truthservant | 25th of November, 2015

    I'm so happy because today I reached 200 images online, so I'm inviting you all tonight at my place in Morocco to party, drink tea and eat diner together :) Till then here are some of my latest uploads. These are about tea, the national official everyday drink in Morocco!... More
  • My very first sale!

    by Alexberezhniy | 25th of November, 2015

    Recently I got my very first sale on Dreamstime! A vector illustration.       And though it was a 0.35 sub sale, it still made my day. I got the inspiration to draw more art, which in itself is a great reward. The image I drew was just approved:      ... More

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