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Several artists and stories and endless opportunities for discovery and learning

If you would love to know more about the man who exemplifies High Renaissance painting with his grand renderings of the Madonna in landscape settings the figurative scenes with which he decorated the Vatican we can advice you to find a website which offers some beautiful pictures of 31 works by Raffaello Sanzio better known as Raphael.

This master painter and architect of the Italian High Renaissance has received a special place at the web, which also presents lots of other artists, exhibition and offers a wide gamma of articles. Italy has been a crucial center of discovery in art and culture, whether it be the many phases of the Renaissance or the exploration of new lands by Columbus and Vespucci and as such it is the real place to go and look at the wonders of visual arts. Rome itself, as Western civilization’s political and religious capital, contains both the history of the Roman Empire and Christianity, earning the name “The Eternal City” by poets and writers. It’s clear that we owe more to Italy than Vespas and pasta, as the country hosts some of the most stunning architecture ever built, from the Colosseum to Brunelleschi’s Duomo to the Leaning Tower of Pisa. Beyond the over 100,000 monuments and museums that exist in Italy, art lovers find themselves at “The Floating City’s” Venice Biennale every two years, traversing islands to see the best in contemporary art during each edition. Enjoy the fascinating, endlessly influential History of Italian Art in a nutshell. Therefore do find such articles looking at the marvellous talents of these creative men, like Giotto di Bondone,  Massacio,  Donatello,  Michelangelo,  Leonardo da VinciRaphael, Vasari, Caravaggio, Boccioni, Lucio Fontana,  Francesco Vezzoli

  1. Italian Art History, in a Nutshell
  2. A Brief History of Color in Art
  3. These 8 Italian Artists Set the Renaissance in Motion
  4. The Most Remarkable Art-Historical Discoveries of 2017
  5. Decoding Animals in Art History, From Immortal Peacocks to Lusty Rabbits
  6. The Unlikely Friendship of Duchamp and Dalí

You may browse over 50,000 artists at Artsy net:

Artsy’s mission is to make all the world’s art accessible to anyone with an Internet connection, offering a platform for collecting and discovering art. They also offer an Art Genome Project with the classification system and technological framework that powers Artsy. It maps the characteristics (they call them “genes”) that connect artists, artworks, architecture, and design objects across history. There are currently over 1,000 characteristics in The Art Genome Project, including art historical movements, subject matter, and formal qualities. The result is endless opportunities for discovery and learning, connecting works being made today to works with similar attributes, including art made decades or even hundreds of years ago.

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Bringing words together with pictures

We are always on the look-out for those who can speak with their eyes and can bring in one moment more together than you can say with words in that one ‘still’ moment.

moorezartheadshotToday we are happy to present to you a master with pictures and words, bringing the Art of Quotation were the blogowner, Douglas, quotes Georgia O’Keeffe

“Whether you succeed or not is irrelevant, there is no such thing.  Making your unknown known is the important thing.”

and says

In a world where artists are pressured to measure their success based on others’ expectations — be it sales, representation, publication etc., I share this remarkable statement by Georgia O’Keeffe. (It definitely speaks to me)

Not closing his eyes for what is going on in our world he writes

In 2017, because of the dramatic increase of threats to the creative and global humanity I choose to believe in, I now include quotations that intend to creatively challenge forces I find destructive.  These quotes are meant to arm you with awareness and thinking to continue being your best artist in challenging times” {About “Art of quotation”}

Wanting to bring daily art inspiration from all manner of artists, both great and unknown, his purpose is to inspire, challenge, provoke and question just what art is, why we make it, how we make it and just what it means to be an artist. He looks at this world with the knowledge that

“You only get one sunrise and one sunset a day, and you only get so many days on the planet. A good photographer does the math and doesn’t waste either.”

Having Ernst Haas in our and his mind we can find him on the net with the results of magic with the camera, not afraid to show limitations in his photography because he probably knows they are in himself and perhaps also in ourself, for what we see is what we are. So have a look at his way of opening the eyes and looking across borders, at:  http://art of quotation.wordpress.com

“The most interesting parts of the natural world are the edges, places where ocean meets land, meadow meets forest, timberline touches the heights.”

 

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Loving your neighbour as yourself and Israel and Palestine

“Loving your neighbour as yourself.”

When Nas Daily went home this time, he was fed up with the amount of hate coming out from both sides. So he  wanted to add his take to this conflict and keep it positive while also hinting at the negative.

Nas Daily writes

Making these videos has not been easy. There has been push back from both sides, and that’s great! Is this an accurate reflection of the situation? No, it’s not. I didn’t cover the settlements, violence, attacks, etc. Nas Daily is not a news organization. I wanted to make videos of what I believe in. I don’t believe in making blame-y videos because these usually go nowhere and add nothing to the conversation. I don’t believe in Kumbaya let’s all be happy and merry kind of shit either. I wanted to strike a balance: highlight the positive and the negative without making you feel negative!

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Nas Daily his experience in Jerusalem

Nas Daily finds we need to get more Jewish content in front of Arab Facebook newsfeed. It’s just as necessary.
There are no multiple races. There is only the Human Race. If we only realized this, there will be no wars.
Marcus Ampe writes
More people should show there is a big difference between the lesser group of extremists and fundamentalists and those who are willing to live in a multicultural society where there is place for each other to live in peace and brotherly love.

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the winter chill

writings & wildflowers

the winter chill in the air

means it’s quiet overhead

but the silence

of the trees

doesn’t mean they’re dead

just asleep, hibernating like a bear

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Photo Monday – Cold

Deux souriceaux

Someone told me it wasn’t that cold out so I skipped the snow pants when I went out to Prospect Park to catch the last of the day’s light. Mistake #1.

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Someone (the same someone) told me it wasn’t windy so I figured zipping my jacket all the way up would suffice. I skipped the scarf. Mistake #2.

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(See the the white powdery stuff in the air? That’s blowing snow. Snow that the wind picks up from the ground and blows around on this totally not windy day.)

It wasn’t as cold as the day I went in the woods but I felt it so much more without the protection of the trees. I checked on the ducks and geese. They weren’t even huddling that much. Huh. I still bet they wished they’d gone further South for the Winter…

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The park was pretty empty except for a few families staying…

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This is the time of the opening of the rose.

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(Poem) Endless Time

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There comes a holy and transparent time
when every touch of beauty opens the heart to tears.
This is the time the beloved of heaven is brought tenderly on earth.
This is the time of the opening of the rose.

~ Rumi

Text & image source: Earthschool Harmony https://web.facebook.com/SpiritualQuotesandSoulfood/

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Uitkijkend naar 2017 en aankomende tijden

2016 leek wel een zeer gewelddadig jaar waarin de trend van 2015 werd voortgezet met nog meer terrorisme, misdaden tegen de menselijkheid en verhoogde angsten.

Men zag mensen de keel overgesneden worden alsof het niets was en politici die het goede voorbeeld zouden moeten geven tegen elkaar tekeergaan en mensen tegen elkaar opjutten. Er werd weer gesproken over een mogelijke Koude Oorlog terwijl andere oorlogen dagelijks onze huiskamer binnen drongen via een tegenwoordig groot scherm. De kleine kijkkast is totaal verdwenen en vervangen door grote platte schermen die het beeld haarscherp in de huiskamer vertonen alsof men er ter plekke alles mee kan volgen.

Al in zeer oude tijden is het de mensheid medegedeeld dat er een tijd zou komen dat men over oorlogen en oorlogsdreigingen zou horen en over mensen die anderen zouden gaan misleiden. Het geweld is dagelijkse kost geworden en vele mensen zijn er zelfs al een beetje ongevoelig voor geworden. Men moet al iets zeer ergs tonen vooraleer de mensen emotioneel gepakt worden.

Opwarming van de Aarde map.pngTemperature Anomaly 1880-now NL.svg2016 was weer eens een jaar waar orkanen en overstromingen veel leed bezorgden, maar wat opvalt is dat de intensiteit toegenomen is. Ook dreigt er verder water vele volkeren weg te drijven uit hun heimat doordat de waterspiegel stijgt wegens de opwarming van de aarde, die nochtans nog steeds door vele (‘blinde’) politici ontkend wordt. En daar waar mensen hebben getracht hulp te bieden zorgden corrupte bewindsvoerders dat de hulpgoederen eerder bij hun familie en vrienden terecht kwam in plaats van bij de hulpbehoevenden. Zo bleven ook velen achter met hun hongersnood en moesten zij natheid of droogtes trotseren.

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Catástrofe (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

2016 bracht nog meer daklozen in de wereld, niet enkel door aardbevingen maar ook door dat zij op de vlucht moesten gaan voor al het geweld hen toegebracht door machtswellustelingen die alles maar gebruikten om hun doel te behalen, en er zich niet voor schaamden om weerloze mensen leed toe te brengen. Eerder overeen gekomen internationale verdragen werden in de wind geslagen.

Zoals het in oude boeken is beschreven ging de liefde verkillen en de wetteloosheid toenemen, waarbij de mens niet verlegen zou zijn om te liegen en te bedriegen en zich volledig in te zetten voor zichzelf zonder maar om te zien naar de ander.

De mensheid moet echter beseffen dat wij nu nog maar de weeën te zien krijgen of voelen, van wat er op de wereld zal afkomen.

Er komt een tijd dat vele mensen hun ogen zullen geopend worden maar zullen moeten beseffen dat het dan te laat is.

Bent U er klaar voor?

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Ook al mogen wij veel slechts zien, is er hoop; Hoop voor nu en hoop voor de toekomst. Wij zullen er niet aan onderuit kunnen dat er een heel slechte tijd zal komen. Volgens de Heilige Schrift zullen wij ons aan een Derde wereldoorlog mogen verwachten. Die zal al de voorgaande overstijgen van wreedheid en ellende. Maar er staat ook beschreven dat er mensen zullen zijn die voorbereid zullen zijn. Zij die de tekenen waarnemen en de profetieën van de gezondenen van God voor waar en ernstig nemen.

Laat het nooit te laat zijn om u voor te bereiden op die bewuste eindtijden. Zorg er voor dat u de lessen van de parabels of gelijkenissen van Jezus Christus niet als te verwaarlozen fabeltjes ter zijde hebt gelegd, maar dat u de lessen er van begrepen hebt en uw voorzorgen hebt genomen.

Ook al willen velen er niet van weten dat Jeruzalem de hoofdstad van het Heerlijke Koninkrijk zal zijn, zal alles zo wel verlopen en zal iedereen Gods Volk moeten erkennen. en allen zullen moeten opkijken naar de wedergekeerde Verlosser, de Messias Jezus Christus die in naam van God zal regeren hier op aarde. Hij zal onze koning zijn.

Ook jij kan nu nog kiezen, maar wacht niet te lang.

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Voorgaande

Islamofobie is contraproduktief

Een moment van Bezinning, even maar

In tijden van gemeenschappelijk verdriet

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Aanvullende artikelen

  1. Voortekenen voor Jezus wederkomst
  2. Tekenen van de laatste dagen wanneer moeilijke tijden zullen komen
  3. Newsweek vraagt zich af of wij nog onwetend willen houden
  4. Is er een komende Eindtijd
  5. Eindtijd
  6. Bijbeldeskundige Allen Barber is eensluidend dat op het jaar 2017-2018 Jezus Christus zal terugkeren naar de Aarde
  7. God Kijkt toe
  8. Schepper en Blogger God 9 Een Blog van een Boek 3 Over Profetie
  9. Kijken naar verleden, heden of toekomst
  10. De Dag is nabij #1 Voortdurende moeilijkheden
  11. 2015 het jaar dat ISIS duidelijk maakte dat het ook in Europa is – Vervolg 2
  12. 2015 het jaar dat ISIS duidelijk maakte dat het ook in Europa is – Vervolg 1
  13. 2020 jaar geleden werd de weg geopend
  14. De Knecht des Heren #2 Gods zwaard en pijl
  15. De Knecht des Heren #5 De Gezalfde gezant
  16. Messiaanse tijd
  17. Laatste dagen omroepers
  18. Doemdagscenarios
  19. Harold Camping komt met nieuwe dag op de proppen zonder verontschuldiging
  20. De Wederkomst en de eindtijd #1 Dit geslacht zal geenszins voorbijgaan
  21. De Wederkomst en de eindtijd #2 Blik op de nabije toekomst
  22. De wederkomst en de eindtijd #3 Let op de Vijgeboom
  23. De Wederkomst en de eindtijd #4 De komende toorn
  24. De Wederkomst en de Eindtijd #5 De Verlosser uit de hemel
  25. De Wederkomst en de eindtijd #6 De Dagen van Noach en Lot
  26. De nacht is ver gevorderd 3 Studie 1 Zijn het de laatste dagen? 2 Wat betekent dit alles?
  27. De nacht is ver gevorderd 4 Studie 1 Zijn het de laatste dagen? 3 Hoe pakken we het aan?
  28. De nacht is ver gevorderd 17 Studie 3 Lessen uit het verleden 6 Wat er van ons wordt verwacht
  29. De nacht is ver gevorderd 18 Studie 3 Lessen uit het verleden 7 Conclusie
  30. Tekenen der Laatste Dagen
  31. Een goddelijk Plan #3 Vervolmaking volgens blauwdruk
  32. Oorlog in kerkenland
  33. Wordt verlicht met betrekking tot de betekenis van de tijd waarin we nu leven
  34. De Kerk waar de mens der wetteloosheid zich nestelt
  35. Visie op Jezus’ wederkomst van invloed op vraag hoe met deze aarde omgaan
  36. Geroepenen ontkomen
  37. Lucas 21, 25-36 toegelicht door Augustinus
  38. Blijf waakzaam nu einde nabij komt

 

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Verder aanverwante lectuur

  1. Oma vertelt…
  2. Wat met die vluchtelingen?
  3. Hommeles
  4. Dus leef
  5. Ontmoeting
  6. FKAG v Australië
  7. Neither Heaven Nor Earth, Upstream Color, A Heavy Heart, [REC] en meer
  8. Gezocht: nieuwe woorden voor een boze wereld
  9. Dodenherdenking. (Opinie)
  10. Zorgen maken
  11. Zoals in de dagen van Noach
  12. Het einde van Gods geduld
  13. De wederkomst van Jezus Christus op aard
  14. Video: eindtijd

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Wings

Adding some photographers on the list to look out for is Rich Proctor who not only knows how to capture some elements of nature but also know how to bring our minds to other worlds by his words. The main purpose of his blog is to document his journey out of a dissatisfying existence of under-achievement and unused potential, into an extra-ordinary life of remarkable achievement and fulfilment. This way he hopes to  inspire a few people along the way.

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A 2016 suggestion for some interesting photographic sites

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Further looks

  1. Bald Eagle #23
  2. Bald Eagle #44
  3. The Eagle
  4. Eagle Rescued From Storm Drain Has Died
  5. This Way and That
  6. A Southern Bald Eagle
  7. Day 455: Mongolian Eagle Hunter
  8. Limb with a View
  9. Pure Magnificence
  10. Minnesota DNR eagle cam up and running for the new season!
  11. Difference between Bald Eagle and Golden Eagle
  12. Second egg arrives at the AEF Northeast Florida eaglecam nest!
  13. New Nest, New Camera and New Name for the Alcoa Davenport Eaglecam

Rich Proctor Photography

wings

Wings to soar
Wings to fly
Wings on which I rise
Over earth, into the eternal sky

Wings of force
Wings of skill
Wings on which I glide
Over earth, until I make the kill.

Wings so wide
Wings so strong
Wings on which I reign
Over earth, my entire life-long.
~ Rich ~

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A 2016 suggestion for some interesting photographic sites

In 2016 Wildlife Photographer of the Year and Looking at Flowers through a Macro Lens we spoke about great photographers of the wild, people should come to know, like Leanne Cole, Dan Frugalberg, Pete Hillman, Gideon Knight, Cindy KnokeTim Laman, Rabirius,  and Purple Rays (Jonathan Udo Ndah). They all bring a different touch on the way we can look at nature. Rabirius even dares to bring his own graphic mastering to change the real view, giving it an other dimension.

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Nature’s souls go to wild spaces – Cindy Noke

Those photographers show how while other’s thrive in the social whirl, a nature’s soul will find depth of meaning {Nature’s Soul~} or may explore the relationship between nature and civilisation (like for example A Book Of Animals by Rabirius).

Even when we do have to find a small window of existence, those people have the magic touch on their fingers to show us the beauty of god’s universe. In such beautiful area the Divine Creator has given to mankind, in Bragg Creek, Alberta near both the prairies and the mountains lives also a photographer we would like to introduce to you.
Christopher Martin has an artistic background, having grown up painting and sketching.  Following university, he studied Chinese painting in Taiwan. His interested in the photographic medium came around 2000 and that has been his primary artistic direction for the past 10+ years which is not bad for us who can enjoy his third eye with which he allows himself to play with reality, to share it as he sees it or to create a version of it through long exposure, wide angles or motion blurs.  The freedom he has to photograph in so many different ways feeds his creativity and helps to drive his enthusiasm to create art.

His photography has been recognized in contests run by National Geographic, Urban Photographer of the Year, Photo District News, Photolife Magazine, Travel Photographer of the Year, World Photography Organization, Photofocus, Photography Masters Cup and others.  If you are interested in seeing a summary of some of these awards, please visit this page.

It is the city man, Arte Wolfe who inspires him. That son of commercial artists who graduated from the University of Washington with Bachelor’s degrees in fine arts and art education in 1975, has made in the short time of his photography career a remarkable testament to the durability and demand for his images, his expertise, and his passionate advocacy for the environment and indigenous culture, working on every continent, in hundreds of locations, and on a dazzling array of projects, making it possible for us to travel with him in our dreams. No wonder some of the world’s top magazines such as National Geographic, Smithsonian, Audubon, GEO, and Terre Sauvage wanted to offer their readers the magical view of this artist.

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Pine Peak Toned Gelatin-Silver Print, 14×11″ Image, 20×16″ Mat – Don Hong-Oai

An other source of inspiration for christopher Martin came from the Vietnam University College of Art and studied with Long Chin-San in Taiwan before he fled by boat and came as a refugee to the United States where he resides completely within a Chinese community. Mr. Don Hong-Oai Bio got recognised at the Ansel Adams Gallery, Yosemite National Park, California in 1994 and got awards from the International Federation of Photographic Art, Switzerland and from the Chinatown Photographic Society.

Paul Nicklen, a globally acclaimed, Canadian-born photographer and marine biologist,and also a  ildlife Photographer of the Year Competition winner, was the other influencer for Martin. That Canadian photographer has been documenting both the beauty and the plight of our planet’s polar regions and our world’s oceans for over twenty years. In Europe his work is known by us mostly from the National Geographic Magazine. But he is also the is the recipient of more than thirty international awards, including the Natural Resources Defense Council’s BioGems Visionary Award for his material of several years showing the world how we need to be careful about the use of fossils, not to destroy the arctic. Born and raised on Baffin Island, Nunavut, grown up in one of the only non-Inuit families in a tiny native settlement amid the ice fields of Northern Canada, he is the right man to show how not only the Inuit are endangered but an entire animal-world. for us clearly also a photographer to follow and to see how he as  a founder and contributing photographer to SeaLegacy, can work out his plans on dedicating his efforts to shining a light into the issues, species, and ecosystems he so deeply cares about.
His photography book Polar Obsession captures up-close documentation of the lives of leopard seals, whales, walruses, polar bears, bearded seals, and narwhals, and gives a vivid portrait of two extraordinary, endangered ecosystems.

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Transmogrify–Is That A Word? / Talacre Beach – Llyn Ogwen by Mike Hardisty

Based in the beautiful countryside of North Wales Mike Hardisty is an other artist who catches our eye in 2016, the year he has been trialling some new photography software ACDSee Ultimate and PhotoMatix {Llangelynin–A Very Small Church}. For him landscape photography forms a very important part of my life and capturing the ever changing scenery gives me a sense of discovery. For him, photography in the mountains or on the coast, experiencing changing light and weather conditions, is a continuous learning process and gives him the freedom to think and live.

For those who are stuck in a city and think there can not be a place for some green and colours they also should hear Chicago’s motto which is

Urbs Horto, or City in a Garden.

Given the amount of sprawl and environmental damage that’s occurred since its founding, the blog we like to introduce would find it hard to argue that Chicago is still a city in a garden. However, they can still have a garden in the city.

Jason gardens in Evanston, Illinois (zone 5), about one mile from the border with Chicago.

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A view of the Blue Ridge Mountains

Jason Bertkay lives with his spouse, Judy, and has two grown sons. Judy, is in charge of photographs, while Jason is in charge of plants. They also motor down the Skyline Drive in Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains,a.o..

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The Texan Crescentspot photo by “bybio” the Back yard biology

We also can find a team of a mother, retired biology professor – former biology major, nurse daughter and blogger who can offer us some nice pictures. Even though the landscape looks (and feels) arid, southern Arizona seems to be a mecca for butterflies, perhaps because of the diversity of vegetation and flowers there, and they are able to have us enjoy those and many other animals and flowers in their region.

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An Old Friend Returns – male Chaffinch – Pete Hillman

An other photographer who let us look often at his front and rear gardens is Pete Hillman, whom we mentioned already in earlier posts. Photography is his main hobby, but he does know to use a good eye and can give us close-ups of things most people even do not notice when walking around.  He knows the way of recording the beauty and wonders he discovers within nature. Most of the species found on his site were observed in the county of Staffordshire, England, where he lives, whilst others are from around various locations in the UK.

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Foggy Autumn Road by Rebecca Gillum whose gypsy soul keeps her searching

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Winter comes early to the mountains. Rime ice covered trees in Smoky Mountain National Park. – Rebecca Gillum

From the road we also get lovely pictures from Rebecca Gillum. She knows the limitations of life and is content but is able to catch that moment in time and to present it for eternity. {So I Like Best of All Autumn} In her life she want to be willing
to be dazzled — to cast aside the weight of facts, and like Mary Oliver maybe even
to float a little above this difficult world. {To Be Dazzled}

We hope you too may be dazzled finding such nice photographs. Whilst the animals may have a well-defined hunting ground that the photographers are familiar with, they shall need patience to catch it, enabling to place that magic they saw in a moment for us to discover on a two dimensional plate.

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A marmot seen on top of Mount Dana, Yosemite, CA, USA. The road in the background is Tioga Pass Road. (Edited version of original: sharpened and curve adjustment by jjron). (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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Please do find to read

Get the lenses out to getting closer again

Looking at Flowers through a Macro Lens

Birds, Birds Everywhere

2016 Wildlife Photographer of the Year

8 Reasons We’re Looking Forward to Springtime Photography

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Find the interesting sites

  1. Cindy Knoke + on Pinterest
  2. Rabirius whom you also can follow on Pinterest
  3. Don Hong-Oai Bio
  4. Christopher Martin
  5. Art Wolfe
  6. Paul Nicklen
  7. Say It With A Camera – Mike Hardisty
  8. Garden in a city
  9. Rebecca Gillum
  10. Back yard biology

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Further reading

  1. In My Own Words Weekly Photo Challenge- Tiny
  2. Photography Journal Blog Weekly Photo Challenge- Tiny
  3. Weekly Photo Challenge – Small on Tiny – Celina2609’s Blog
  4. Our Own Little Walk of Fame – Aggie’s Amygdala
  5. Say Tiny! – Blog of Hammad Rais
  6. thephotoseye Tiny Thrills
  7. Another Tiny View – Rebecca Wiseman Portfolio
  8. Miss Jerz-tucky Weekly Photo Challenge- Tiny
  9. Words Like Honey Weekly Photo Challenge- Tiny
  10. deetravelssite.wordpress.com Tiny
  11. This is Another Story Color Transformation
  12. From Egg to Sheer Beauty – Micks Blog
  13. Doug Couvillion’s Photo Blog Weekly Photo Challenge- Transmogrify
  14. Sea Play Photography Weekly Challenge- Transmogrify
  15. XingfuMama My little pumpkins don’t do scary
  16. Crafting Photolog Weekly Photo Challenge- Transmogrify
  17. Mataro Photographs Halloween Transmogrification
  18. Nature & Travel Photos WPC – Transmogrify
  19. Let the Images Speak Transmogrify
  20. The Land Slide Photography Time
  21. Mr. Finch
  22. Photographs from the Edge- Review
  23. On the Hunt
  24. Take Away
  25. A Twist of Moss
  26. DX vs. FX cameras for wildlife photography
  27. Breaking It Down
  28. Of Fairytales
  29. butterflies in the desert?
  30. An Alien World #2
  31. Land of Lilliput
  32. Common Greenshield Lichen
  33. Pawpaw Sphinx
  34. This Way and That
  35. Charming smile
  36. Birds of the Texas Gulf Coast – Common Nighthawk
  37. Great Horned Owl
  38. Friday’s Frenzied Flights
  39. “I’ve Got To Tell Everybody About This!”
  40. Limb with a View
  41. Caribou in Newfoundland
  42. Even More Jelly ear
  43. Golden Tanager (Tangara arthus)
  44. A photographer’s eagle eye
  45. Into the Sunset
  46. A Dazzle of Zebra, a Journey of Giraffe and a Crash of Rhino
  47. Best Camera Trap Captures – October 2016
  48. Camdeboo – The Green Valley In The Great Thirstland
  49. Up Close!
  50. Pure Magnificence
  51. Octoberfest 2016
  52. Wild November Sky
  53. Along the Rio Grande
  54. Fotografare animali selvatici con TriggerSmart
  55. One Left For The squirrels
  56. A Highland Cow
  57. Wings
  58. Beautiful Bracken
  59. Birds at the British Wildlife Centre
  60. Supermoon
  61. Supermoon #2
  62. Drones and Machine Learning Combine to identify, protect endangered sea cows
  63. Male Kestrel
  64. Riverside
  65. First Snow of the Season
  66. Muddy Ibis
  67. Hiding Place
  68. Tiny
  69. Crazy Legs
  70. Weekly Photo Challenge: Tiny
  71. Photographer Tim Plowden gets up close and personal with forest creatures
  72. In the presence of greatness
  73. Magpie
  74. About Mites And Ticks
  75. About Grasses, Sedges And Rushes
  76. Swallow
  77. Tiny friends
  78. Junco Junkie
  79. Dark Eye with a Catchlight
  80. This Beautiful Bird
  81. Bulrush

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