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  • Ellenboughn
    Key Lessons-Travel Photos III

    by Ellenboughn | 9th of January, 2008

    This is the final article in the series on Top Travel Spots. (Don’t neglect the list of Do’s and Don’ts at the end of this blog). When your location includes great diving spots like the warm waters of the Bay Islands of Honduras, consider shooting underwater. Shooting... More
  • Thorken
    My first exhibition of photos

    by Thorken | 14th of September, 2016

    Some friends asked me to make an exhibition of underwater photos for years. I was not sure that I have enough good photos for this purpose. But... on beginning of summer one friend took me to a new pub of his friend. Both together persuaded me to print and exhibit some photos.... More
  • Hegelill
    Sleepy duck

    by Hegelill | 8th of September, 2016

      In the summer I use to drive to my Cabin in North Norway. I use to have a stop where I rent a Cabin for sleeping. This duck was on the river when I drove home, the caravanplaces was With that river. See Article
  • Dream111184
    What's up with Landing Nets?

    by Dream111184 | 17th of July, 2016

      On a warm, sunny, calm morning in 1948, my mom, her Uncle Reuben, Aunt Olga, and her cousin’s wife JoAnne, were staying at a cabin on Fish Trap Lake in Minnesota. They were at the cabin for two weeks and it would be non-stop fishing. In fact they fished so much that... More
  • Marcociannarel
    200 photos sold

    by Marcociannarel | 12th of July, 2016

        Finally I've reached this goal thanks to this picture: 200 photos sold. I hope to reach soon 500 photos sold: I'll work for it! See Article
  • Philipmorch
    Wild and rugged Iceland – part I

    by Philipmorch | 2nd of July, 2016

    If you are a football fan (also known as soccer in some parts of the world) there is a good chance that you are following the European Championship 2016. In that case I am quite certain that you have also noticed the impressive results of Iceland. Impressive because... More
  • Lightpro
    Off the beaten path

    by Lightpro | 20th of May, 2016

    I've been an avid hiker since I can remember. Recording my discoveries on film (or with digital imaging) has always been one of my passions. I have found myself staying with the safe paths lately though. As I get older, climbing rocks and steep hills becomes more difficult.... More
  • Debbiepalmer176
    Lakeside in the Okanagan, British Columbia

    by Debbiepalmer176 | 19th of April, 2016

      There is something about going to the cottage or cabin. For me, it brings back memories of summer vacations when I was young, and trips with my own children.   British Columbia is known for mountains and lakes and the Okanagan also has has a dry, almost desert-... More
  • Balazovic
    Houseboats in Amsterdam

    by Balazovic | 18th of April, 2016

    Last spring we visited the Netherlands and its gardens Keukenhof in Europe.   Amsterdam was of course a must see stop. It is a beautiful city that has its own charm.     You can choose a trip on the water to see how it looks from the water, it is of course different... More
  • Physi28
    The Greylag Goose

    by Physi28 | 10th of March, 2016

    The Greylag Goose (Anser anser) is the european wild form of our domestic goose. This is an extremely intelligent, social bird which has played an important role in the relation of man and domestic animals. Everybody will remember the wonderful story (hundred per cent true... More
  • Thorken
    Whale sharks

    by Thorken | 8th of March, 2016

    I have been planning to go to see whale sharks for two years. There are for sure in Nabire (Papua, Indonesia), but to get there is not so easy. The city is small and it´s airport is even smaller. The plain tickets are expensive also because there are just two possibilities... More
  • Olgabugrovskaya
    My Thailand

    by Olgabugrovskaya | 4th of March, 2016

    I visited Thailand in 2012. I spent 1 week in Koh Samui and one week on Koh Phangan. It is hardly necessary to say that Thailand for a European is very exotic country. Exotics is everywhere in the country even the airport of Koh Samui is the most unusual airport which I have... More
  • Physi28
    Again: post and sale!

    by Physi28 | 18th of February, 2016

    A week ago I was posting about my new strategy of posting about all the sales and uploads I was making here at Dreamstime. I had noticed that an image which had been sold and which was commented on one of my blogs had been sold again after a few days. Today the same happened... More
  • Physi28
    Wildlife of Lithuania

    by Physi28 | 18th of February, 2016

    On 2013 I made a trip to Lithuania where my friend Boris Belchev (who is also here at Dreamstime) was my guide. The wildlife, specially the birds of this baltic country is quite rich and interesting and I enjoyed taking numerous photos. Sales however have been rather... More
  • Hegelill
    Rock in the water

    by Hegelill | 13th of February, 2016

       Finaly new picture, its from the water near my cabin in Vesteraalen. Its one of my favoritplaces! Just to sitt outside, and see the fish jumping after food. See Article
  • Kyrajk
    How I prepare for a shoot

    by Kyrajk | 2nd of February, 2016

      This simple photo actually took 3 people to produce! I had my little sister making me different colours of water with food colouring while my little cousin was finding dishes to take this photo in and running around scouting out syringes to pour the coloured water from,... More
  • 11483899
    Mysterious Huya Grand Canyon waterfall.

    by 11483899 | 23rd of November, 2015

    >Pingwu County in Sichuan Crystal Township, a world-famous Jiuzhaigou and across the mountain areas.We found a very nice Huya Grand Canyon. Tall canyon like a knife stabbing the sky from the ground, like a peak. It is clear that such a small indistinct.   Here, the best... More
  • Hyperbiker
    Get to know the birds of Turkey - 14

    by Hyperbiker | 7th of November, 2015

    Hello all, After a very long period, I'm back in the blogs with the queen of birds: MUTE SWAN - CYGNUS OLOR   The mute swan (Cygnus olor) is a species of swan, and thus a member of the waterfowl family Anatidae. It is native to much of Europe and Asia. Adults of this... More
  • FabioConcetta
    Latest images

    by FabioConcetta | 28th of October, 2015

    Greetings to all ! Here my last three images accepted, I hope you like them! This is a background of skin, we hope that sells. To photograph I had to use two Nikon SB900 flash in slave. Although this, I had to use a filter of Camera Raw, to carefully adjust the exposure... More
  • Georgeskyrillos
    200-Images-Online Milestone

    by Georgeskyrillos | 26th of August, 2015

    Yes it's an achievement for me even if it's like a drop of WATER in the sea ;) The magical milestone image is this one:    Looking forward to my next milestone, meanwhile I hope you like my latest work: More

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