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Colorado trip
posted by chanevy - 13th of september, 2012
I was excited to have several photos from my recent trip to the Denver area approved! I love to travel and it is fun to share that experience through the images I make. More...
Vase Rock During Low Tide
posted by wanghui - 21st of september, 2011
The Hopewell Rocks is located along the coast of the Bay of Fundy, which is home to the world’s highest tides. The Hopewell Rock is amazing and very beautiful when my wife and I traveled to New Brunswick Canada. You can walk on the... More...
What’s Your Story?
posted by livingstonatlarge - 16th of august, 2011
Many of our images we do in more of a “job” mind set. “Today I’m going to shoot tomatoes.” But some of them are spontaneous and have more meaning behind them so we are extra touched when they sell. Here is the story behind... More...
Natural Wonders of the World - Belogradchik Rocks
posted by grisho - 23rd of february, 2011
Not long ago the rocks near the Bulgarian costal town of Belogradchik have been nominated as one of the new seven wonders of nature in the world. The Belogradchik Rocks are a group of bizarrely shaped sandstone, limestone and conglomerate... More...
200 uploads. My first milstone
posted by miele - 12th of november, 2010
Here I am presenting my first milestone, I decided to dedicate it to my two hundredth photos accepted. Actually this is not a photo, but my first experiment of digital graphics. What better way to start ;-)! More...
Custom Cars
posted by swelsh1 - 28th of october, 2010
I recently went to a custom car and rockabilly event. I took my camera to try and get a few photos to upload here as I thought it would be a great opportunity even if they are to be sold as editorial. I tried uploading a few but... More...
One of the many peaks around Sölden
posted by leesmith - 28th of september, 2010
View from Schwarzkogel (3018m) - In the middle the Rotkogel, the Schwarzsee, at the right the Schwarzseekogel; in between, very distant the Rotkogelhütte. Road The road to the Rotkogelhütte is used to stock this and other... More...
Recent trip to Alaska and the Rockies
posted by gnohz - 9th of august, 2010
I have been away for the past month for a trip to The Last Frontier – Alaska, and the Rockies. This was the furthest that I have travelled and it was a very fulfilling trip. I strongly recommend Alaska for anyone interested in the... More...
600 Images on line today in just 12 months !
posted by davidwatmough - 4th of may, 2010
I note that sales increase almost exponentially as one's on-line total reaches 500. Learning how to earn money from good images is not rocket science ! A penny for your thoughts on how I might do even better. Constructive criticism... More...
Rocky Bay
posted by alvinku - 6th of august, 2009
Another ND series for the Wave crashing in a rocky... this time shot with a 3 minute exposure. As usual, B+W neutral density filters were used to get the longer exposure.
Rocky Mountain National Park
posted by davidwattsjr - 5th of july, 2009
Just got back from a week in my favorite place... Rocky Mountain National Park. I did a couple of things in an effort to get the best possible shots. 1. I used early morning light. Sunrise came at 5:30am. A couple of times I got... More...
Yellow-Bellied Marmot: The Woes of the Lowly Rockchuck
posted by toynutz - 24th of april, 2009
Rockchucks (Marmota flaviventris), also known as Yellow-Bellied Marmots, have gotten a bad rap, but maybe they deserve it. These large (10-15 pound) furry rodents typically make their communal homes in rocky embankments and rockpiles,... More...
Third Sale!!!
posted by eclecticelegance - 16th of march, 2009
My shamrock illustration just sold!!!!! What a pleasant surprise and great way to start the week!!! And St. Patrick's Day is tomorrow, too!
Shamrock & Trinity
posted by elianehaykal - 15th of march, 2009
The shamrock, not to be confused with the 4-leaf clover, is an important symbol in the Irish culture. Legend has it that Saint Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland, has used the shamrock in the fields of Ireland to explain... More...
Rock Climbing Photo Shoot
posted by ceegunn - 5th of july, 2008
I went to a cliff this past weekend with some friends who are rock climbers, to see if I could get a few good shots. It was a difficult shoot! For one, I hate heights, yet I had to climb down this very steep rock-strewn trail to... More...
Jasper national park (1)
posted by fallsview - 24th of april, 2008
Jasper is the largest rocky mountain national park in Canada. Lying along the eastern slope of the rockies, this park is surrounded by the British Columbia's Mount Robson on the west, and the Banff national park on the south. Since... More...
Rocking chair.
posted by sebcz - 11th of september, 2007
I had a thought today. Rocking chair - a piece of furniture which is so old yet still many people have them. Feels nostalgic, feels almost like from another era. I was so amazed I saw one in my friends' house, which is rather a modern... More...
Create an easy rock texture with photoshop
posted by tonygers - 20th of august, 2007
A really simple and easy way to make a rocky like texture in photoshop like this. - This. - Or this. - The result is really outstanding. Try it here. More...
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