Hands Across the Sand - June 26th

posted on 16th of june, 2010

"Hands Across the Sand is an international movement made up of people from all walks of life and crosses political affiliations. This movement is NOT about politics; it is about protection of our coastal economies, lakes, seas, oceans, marine wildlife, and fishing industries. Let us share our knowledge, energies and passion for protecting all of the above from the devastating effects of off-shore oil drilling."

Say NO to off-shore oil drilling and YES to clean energy. Please join us in organizing a peaceful event at your local beach or park on Saturday, June 26th beginning at 11:00 a.m. in your local time zone.

For details and more information, visit the official website at:

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Comments (3)

Posted by Trottola on June 17, 2010
To save our planet has to be a priority, thanks for sharing these infos.
Posted by Schmali666 on June 17, 2010

thank you for the info. We all can do a little bit, to save the planet.
Posted by Mariaam on June 17, 2010
Thanks for the information! Your photos are great!

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Attitude is EVERYTHING!

posted on 15th of april, 2010

After nearly two years of dabbling in stock photography, I finally feel like I've made it through the learning curve as a contributor. My acceptances and sales are picking up and I decided to work exclusively with Dreamstime.

The reason for my decision to become exclusive has to do with the attitude displayed by the people who administer this site. Dreamstime is so user friendly compared to the other stock photo agencies out there. However, the biggest thing is the professional, straightforward manner in which photos are reviewed and rejected on DT. I learned so much from the rejection process here and I was able to make the proper corrections and sharpen my skills. I must say that I was really turned off by the way other stock companies treat contributors. I didn't appreciate...

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Posted by Angel74 on June 16, 2010
What you say is true, though I have yet to get my first pic approved.
Like that Baby Squirrel having a glimpse at all the members of DT.
Posted by Fra73 on April 24, 2010
Agreed 100 per cent.
I am a newbie and DT helps me to improve my work. Other websites just reject my files with no explanations. Thanks DT for the excellent job and for their patience to explains the errors. Really a good attitude!! And thanks Gale for saying what I had in mind with better English that I can write
Posted by Tan510jomast on April 15, 2010
I am not exclusive. Not yet. But I can understand why you feel exclusivity is beneficial. Certainly, your workflow will be easier as you only need to concentrate on one site. The time saved in not having to submit to other sites can be applied to making more pictures for Dreamstime. I am sure you're happy.

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