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  • Booked Up

    by Ellenboughn | 16th of December, 2008

    Writing recently about a decrease in vacation time among the world’s travelers for ’09, I have been keeping my eyes out for what the trend watchers think we will be doing in our downtime and what visual opportunities this will offer. I was surprised to learn that reading... More
  • ... By Bread Alone

    by Elianehaykal | 16th of October, 2013

    A staple food in most cultures, bread is universal and so a symbol of unity. An event was created a few years ago: World Bread Day, it's celebrated on October 16th :) What I learned is that it's a world-wide event where bakers & bloggers bake bread, share... More
  • Creating a Gingerbread House

    by Karenfoleyphotography | 13th of December, 2012

    As a kid, I was always fascinated with gingerbread houses. There is something so magical about creating an imaginary home from cookies and sweets. I have to admit that my mother and I were too intimidated to try one for ourselves, but every year we would marvel in awe... More
  • The gingerbread couple that made us very happy.

    by Ewapix | 29th of September, 2011

    Hello again, Well, finally the sunny weather from the continent arrived to the British Isles and the Met Office assures us that it will stay with us for the next few days. We are basking in the lovely sun and there is not a single cloud above our heads. No, not even a... More
  • First Editors Choice!

    by Tamarabauer | 27th of April, 2011

    After viewing some of the excellent images that have received an Editor's Choice over the past months, I'm very happy to say that I finally received an Editor's Choice for one of my images! :) Having always been an avid reader myself, I wanted to create an image that... More
  • Assignment

    by Charlydamart | 3rd of September, 2010

    Someone knows if is possible to submit an image already accepted as an assignment? If it is... how? See Article
  • Looking good; seeing better

    by Antoinettew | 10th of February, 2010

    Do you suffer from bad eyes when reading? I do! That is why I keep some reading glasses in every corner of my house. The other day I searched for them and I saw that putting (some of) them in a row it would make some nice pictures. More
  • What is your favorite book?

    by Starblue | 22nd of March, 2009

    What is your favorite book? A simply question, but it isn´t easy for me to answer it. I love reading, since childhood. I have read so many wonderful books that it is hard for me to chose one book. I have read many fiction books, however in the last two-three years I... More
  • Reading and so...

    by Mariv | 12th of February, 2009

    I enjoy reading and learning. I can read for days without food, drink and/or sleep. I have thousands of books, tons of journals, materials to read... I read them all. Some more than ones. Some more than twice. I store them in my working room, in my sleeping room, in my living... More
  • Parenting Humor and Last Wedding Photographed

    by Sparkmom | 28th of September, 2008

    I'm home with our 7 year old son tonight while my husband is out photographing our last wedding. We've decided to eliminate them because they just take too much time away from our family... It's raining quite hard here due to leftovers from hurricane Kyle and... More
  • Chinese Embroidery

    by Renjianming | 3rd of July, 2008

    Development of Chinese Embroidery Embroidery is a brilliant pearl in Chinese art. From the magnificent Dragon Robe worn by Emperors to the popular embroidery seen in today's fashions, embroidery adds so much pleasure to our life and our culture. The oldest embroidered... More
  • How the Orphan Works Bills Affects Visual Artists

    by Denisebeverly | 8th of May, 2008

    Please visit this webpage to read what we as artists are up against . begin to contact your legislative branch representatives to stop this bill. it has already been meeting with favor among those in position to stop it. please copy and paste the link if i do not... More
  • It is ready for Olympic

    by Black-white | 31st of March, 2008

    Beijing is close to Olympic Games. The government of China advocates all people being more polite for ready. A slogan is more remarkable: Serve the royalty to the motherland, Pay the attention to the society, Give the sympathy to the colleague, Show the filial piety... More
  • Woman reading - series

    by Sebcz | 11th of September, 2007

    Sunday. Bad weather. Nothing to do, nowhere to go. Sounds like a good opportunity to try some oh-so-obvious at-home shots? Yes. Following the strobists's 101 article about snoots, I finally made myself one. Cool stuff! I am very pleased with the result - monochrome... More
  • Finding Inspiration (Part 3)

    by Petarneychev | 7th of September, 2007

    Yes, I'm also getting into the habit of article series... But don't worry, this is the last one of this series. So, push the attention button and read on! Books are inspirational! Even when they're on photography... Or better said - especially when they're on photography!... More

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