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  • Halloween in the USA

    by Inyrdreams | 16th of October, 2015

    It's that spooky time of year when ghosts and witches show up at our door step, werewolves and zombies stagger down the street, and spider webs with occasional spiders grace even the cleanest of homes. Halloween can be fun, scary, spooky, exciting, and a great time to grab... More
  • The wonderful world of editorial content

    by Bratty1206 | 11th of September, 2015

    I love editorial content. It truly has changed how I photograph things. It has also enriched my life in tremendous ways. I have traveled so many places, just to photograph the architecture or the events going on. I have visited so many historic attractions, working on... More
  • Drought History!

    by Rezaks | 16th of August, 2015

    Siosepol which means 33 Bridge or the Bridge of 33 Arches is one of the eleven bridges of Isfahan, Iran and the longest bridge on Zayandehrood River. It is highly ranked as being one of the most famous examples of Safavid bridge design. The construction dates back to Safavid... More
  • Nepal - My photos became a history

    by Stroblr | 21st of June, 2015

    April 2015 was the earthquake in Nepal. When I heard about it, I was very sad. The year before, I had an opportunity to visit Nepal. I saw his culture, mountains and people. When I saw the shots from Nepal on the TV news, I realized that I photographed something that does... More
  • Battle of the Nations: Medieval fencing tournament

    by Thorken | 31st of May, 2015

    Romantic age of knights is still attractive not only for kids. Many men and women are still going to battles in historical costumes and armors fighting in fictive battles with swords, battle hammers, halberds and much more kinds of arms. It´s more theatre than sport. But.... More
  • The Sinking of the Lusitania

    by Popsidoodle | 29th of April, 2015

    May 7th, 1915 just 11 miles off the coast of Ireland a German Submarine, U-20, lay in wait. RMS Lusitania was nearing the end of her 202nd voyage. One torpedo was fired striking the ship on the starboard side. Soon after there was a second explosion and in just 18 minutes... More

    by Cathconvey | 25th of March, 2015

    Rome, the old and eternal city that attracted artists of all times. Moscow, famous and beautiful place having faced many historical events, this city also has another name – “The Third Rome”. It’s almost unbelievable, but soon these two cities can be visited together,... More
  • Roman Baths With A Difference!

    by Steveacer | 13th of January, 2015

    Very often Roman Baths use a thermal spring for the hot water, but these were cut into the volcanic rock at the edge of the Mediterranean Sea in El Campello Spain.     See Article
  • Priceless monuments lost in war zones of Syria and Iraq

    by Nikitu | 20th of November, 2014

    There are historic monuments that you will never get to visit. They are the silent victims of war zones, they stood proud for millennia only to be destroyed by bombs and crossfire. These places take their legacy with them in the rubble of war. Ancient city of Bosra, Syria... More
  • A typical Chinese architectural style

    by Zhangle | 25th of October, 2014

    This is a typical Chinese architectural style. Chinese people like red lanterns lighting at night may also have auspicious meaning, so people like to put it hanging in the doorway. This photo due to the brightness of the sky and the house is not the same, I'm late to improve... More
  • They live in two centuries

    by Cathconvey | 9th of September, 2014

    They live in two centuries - XIX and XXI! It must be exiting! So they have an option - to ride a horse or to drive a car, to be called Mike or Sir Michelle, to go out in jeans and t-shirt or wearing elegant officer's uniform. Sounds interesting? Asking who they are?... More
  • From the China visual impact----Dynamic and static combination

    by Zhangle | 8th of April, 2014

    This is an ancient village in Hunan province China, here still retains the ancient buildings and living habits, customs, so every year to attract large numbers of tourists. This bridge is the name of "Hongqiao" founded in 1368 - 1398 years, which has 600 years of history.... More
  • Looking for images for my new Time Travel collection

    by Inyrdreams | 16th of January, 2014

    TIME TRAVEL Encased in metal and glass we fly, over the roads and through the sky. Small mysteries of the past we'll unravel, as we glide in our car-ship and time travel. Lest we forget, WW2. A terrible time, before me and you. Yet memories linger, they stay... More
  • About the Genoese

    by Blum14 | 3rd of November, 2013

    The main attraction of the Crimea Sudak - Genoese fortress - a unique monument of medieval architecture of global importance. They say that even if in this resort town was nothing but the fortress, Sudak and then would attract thousands of tourists. On the scale of the fortification... More
  • My Krakow

    by Kamell | 30th of July, 2013

    I live in Krakow a very old town. Its old part was the UNESCO. Here was long the capital of the Polish. Krakow is known as the city of Kings. Here is the very many places to photograph. I am most fond of Kraków by night. Now a bit of the history of the city Krakow... More
  • 21,000+ sales after 4 years at DT

    by Cteconsulting | 1st of June, 2013

    Wow, where does the time go? It was May 5, 2009 when I joined Dreamstime. It was October of 2010 when I last updated my sales. At that time, I had 4653 images with 8500 sales, which I think was pretty good for the first 18 months here at DT. Fast-forward 2 1/2 more years... More
  • Living history moments by CathConvey

    by Cathconvey | 25th of September, 2012

    That’s a pity that in 1812 photography did not exist yet, otherwise we would be able to see Napoleon Bonaparte saluting its soldiers or Russian army fighting on Borodino battlefield. Though there’re no pictures of this, we still can imagine how it was – thanks to history... More
  • Best day in history

    by Hustgh | 1st of December, 2011

    It is the best day in my selling photos history,the day before YESTERDAY. In that single day ,i sold 7 pics ,earnings up to 54 dollars. Thanks DT and the buyers . I holp every contributor in DT have a good time and sell well. More
  • Today is 2011 2011 !!

    by Billysiew | 20th of November, 2011

    Today is 20112011(ddmmyyyy) A day in history. Why it is so special? Because for next year is 2012 2012 and no more double year appear for this century, 20132013, 20142014,.... do not exist. Most important, today is also my birthday! So far, I still can't find someone... More
  • Ancient India

    by Jeremyrichards | 24th of October, 2011

    This blog is dominated by ancient history, religion and architecture. No shortage of both in India, but the areas I visited in Maharashtra must surely provide some of the most stunning examples anywhere in the world. My starting point was Aurangabad in Maharashtra, the hub... More

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