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  • Garden and wild flowers from spring to summer

    by Lana4kask | 16th of May, 2016

    Our southern sunny resort Sochi is often called the city of flowers. Flowers of different varieties are planted in flowerbeds all year round.   Winter hardy flowers viola are replaced by spring bright tulips.   And the most beautiful flowers in any city, of course,... More
  • The spring is back!

    by Mariayunira | 19th of April, 2016

       Oh little Miss Spring.. Do you know how much I miss your smile?     when you touch up the colours of the bald trees when you send those romantic fragrances from the blooming flower when you make those grass dancing around happily when you call the sun to... More
  • Time To Garden

    by Rhbabiak13 | 17th of March, 2016

    Spring is just around the corner and it's time to get those gardens ready. It's also time to get out and photograph the gardens in their different phases. Garden photos do sell. Here's some inspiration for you.   The right tools are important.   Mulching... More
  • Lucky snapshot in time

    by Williamsphere | 29th of January, 2016

    I just reached 555 DT images online and had 2 sales today, which brought me to a total of 55 sales. Not sure how mystical that is, but I'm taking it as a good sign! I'm no where near the stratosphere (e.g., hundreds of thousands of online images) that the early contributors... More
  • Surprised

    by Cleymans | 7th of October, 2015

    Hey all, I was surprised to see that many of my latest Nature and garden pictures where accepted, cause its so difficult to get those on-line... So I'm quite happy and like to share some of those pictures with you. So keeping on trying, is the best way to go.... More
  • Treasure for nature photographers: Abbey Gardens, Scilly Islands

    by Hel080808 | 26th of September, 2015

    I had the pleasure to go to a short visit to the very beautiful hideaway, the sub-tropic Abbey Gardens, Tresco, Scilly Islands, UK, which are home to more than 20,000 species of plants and trees from 80 countries, ranging from Brazil to New Zealand and Burma to South Africa.... More
  • 200 Images Online - Another Milestone

    by Cheese365 | 22nd of August, 2015

      My 200th image approved. Another milestone achievement, I now have 200 approved images online. When I first started with DT I never thought any of my images would be good enough to be approved and put online. With each approval your confidence builds and you get better... More
  • Summer time !

    by Zarg404 | 3rd of July, 2015

    It's summer time in Europe ! I created two new collections related to this season. The abstract solar pannels is a collection of closeup of solar pannels with nice blue colors and shapes Abstract Solar pannels                     Summer is also... More
  • MY BEST GARDEN

    by Jackbluee | 5th of May, 2015

    Hey! Spring time, gardens, gardens, gardens. I am sure I am not the only one thinking of it. Gardens sells very well in stock photography business. But on the other hand, it is very hard to sell a picture of garden. I guess one reason is that there are too many good ones... More
  • Batumi Botanical Garden

    by ImagesLib | 3rd of March, 2015

    The Batumi Botanical Garden (Georgian: ბათუმის ბოტანიკური ბაღი) is a 111 hectare area of land 9 km north of the city of Batumi, capital of Autonomous Republic of Adjara, Georgia. Located at the place called Mtsvane Kontskhi ("The... More
  • Woohoo! My First Sale! So exciting!!!

    by Rhbabiak13 | 2nd of October, 2014

    I awoke to a pleasant surprise this morning. My first sale. This is the picture that will always go down as my first sale.   See Article
  • Fan-shaped pavilion in Prince Chun's garden

    by Zhaoqianjun | 18th of June, 2014

    This Fan-shaped pavilion is located in Prince Chun's garden, Beijing, China. Prince Chun, Yixuan was Emperor Guangxu's father. He was the seventh son of Emperor Daoguang in Qing dynasty. The characters here are pronounced as Sha Ting meaning fan-shaped pavilion.... More
  • Piercing Blue

    by Litadoolan | 4th of June, 2014

    Saddle up, up and away! James Sadler, a science technician at Oxford University took the first hot air balloon from Christ Church and the second from the Botanic Garden. James Sadler was the son of James Sadler senior, an Oxford pastry cook, and his wife Elizabeth.... More
  • Local Botanic Garden

    by Litadoolan | 3rd of June, 2014

    Oxford's Botanic Garden was founded in 1621 with a mission "To promote the furtherance of learning and to glorify nature". The oldest tree in the Garden is an English Yew planted in 1645. Although at the time they were not planted for their medicinal properties, yew trees... More
  • Old monastery makes new medicine

    by Litadoolan | 1st of June, 2014

    It is fascinating to enjoy the history of plants. There is an original London Plane tree in the Botanic Garden of Oxford that gave rise to the common tree species that line many of London's roads today. By shedding it's bark continually this species is not affected by the... More
  • Happy Spring!

    by Bradcalkins | 11th of May, 2014

    We all get to experience Spring at slightly different times of year. I moved to Salmon Arm over a year ago, and really enjoy the Springtime here. It helps that most of these were taken in my own yard, but it doesn't really matter where you go it is hard to not have your... More
  • China's famous tourist spots

    by Zhangle | 3rd of April, 2014

    This is China famous royal garden, is a former China supreme ruler of the garden, open to the people to visit a year later. Here China and foreign tourists a lot, now is the time where the most beautiful, there are a large number of visitors, this picture of my is here... More
  • Assignment image in last seconds :)

    by Mythja | 5th of March, 2013

    this was the fastest review of my image on DT. it was reviewed within an hour. and now i see assignment is closed. thanks DT. here is the image. See Article
  • Autumn Harvest - in Singapore

    by Tangjans | 18th of October, 2012

    Those who have been to Singapore would know that the tiny island state only has two "seasons" - rain and sunshine. So it is with much interest to see how the creative minds there would bring the feel of autumn to the residents. And autumn did come to Singapore. At... More
  • Springtime and the flowers are out...

    by Miraclemoments | 16th of September, 2012

    Springtime has arrived in the southern hemisphere...especially in the Western Cape, South Africa. The gardens are exploding in colour and after some recent rain the fields are dressed in colours bright and pastel. What simply amazes me is the amount of different colours,... More

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