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Ready for a happy Easter?
posted by fantasyart - 1st of march, 2013
I just finished my collection of cards and motives for Easter 2013. These are some of the illustrations I created for this year. Rabbits, eggs, baskets and colorful motifs are obviously the main protagonists. :-) More...
Wildlife Photography: the waiting game
posted by visceralimage - 29th of march, 2010
Wildlife photography is generally a waiting game; many times we wait many hours for an animals to appear. We also wait for the best light, generally near dawn and dusk. When the animal does appear, we wait for the animal to turn... More...
The Concept of Easter Icons!
posted by mani33 - 26th of march, 2010
Hi everybody! I have noticed that many of us don't know the concept of Easter icons! For my curiosity, I have tried to find answers to: What was the origin of the Rabbit & the Egg symbols in the Easter?! I have asked some... More...
Finally, I got approved...
posted by karensuki - 10th of april, 2009
I am so happy today. I checked my illustration submission and found that finally I have done it right. I am approved... I'm a newbie to selling stock so getting it right has been a pain. I started with photos, but I was out of... More...
P-EL licensed rabbit ate my raspberries!
posted by littledesire - 3rd of march, 2009
What a title, ah? One advise: never shoot first food and after that animals! Or eat the food between the shots! Last night I had my first EL sale here!!! P-EL!!! So, here it is … The bad rabbit. This creek rabbit that ate my... More...
Wildlife in your backyard
posted by fotogeek - 30th of august, 2007
You know you live in the right neighborhood/town/country when you pull the curtains in the morning, and you see a little rabbit in the backyard, nonchalantly taking his/her breakfast on the patch of clover that invaded a corner of your... More...
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