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It was an amazing show of light.

Early practice makes perfect -

 

Explore Aug 5, 2011

King of scavengers.........................................

 

a group of VULTURES is called a WAKE

 

They are becoming extinct due to some kind of chemicals in fertilizer consumed by the corpses they eat.

 

few things amaze me more than a Wake digesting a corpse in a matter of seconds.............

 

Vultures seldom attack healthy animals, but may kill the wounded or sick. When a carcass has too thick a hide for its beak to open, it waits for a larger scavenger to eat first Vast numbers have been seen upon battlefields. They gorge themselves when prey is abundant, till their crop bulges, and sit, sleepy or half torpid, to digest their food. They do not carry food to their young in their claws, but disgorge it from the crop. These birds are of great value as scavengers, especially in hot regions. Vulture stomach acid is exceptionally corrosive, allowing them to safely digest putrid carcasses infected with Botulinum toxin, hog cholera, and anthrax bacteria that would be lethal to other scavengers This also enables them to use their reeking, corrosive vomit as a defensive projectile when threatened. Vultures urinate straight down their legs; the uric acid kills bacteria accumulated from walking through carcasses, and also acts as evaporative cooling.

  

TALI NULA

KOLKATA

 

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I took this of the lady friend and myself about a month ago, but never uploaded it to here. We've been together for over 3 years! :) She's my little artist and I'm her burly photographer lumberjack man. Hahaha. Anyways... The weather in PA has been shitty and it's finals week here at IUP, so of course I'm looking for reasons to do anything other than study. Check out Haley's Pencil Portraits HERE:

 

www.flickr.com/photos/pencilportraitsbyhaley/

 

© 2011 Andrew Sutter

The young birds do not yet have the completely red bills of the adults. But they look fully feathered and normally would soon be ready for the long journey south into Africa. Except that in this part of Spain, the weather is so warm year round that white storks do not migrate.

The camera here is obliged to look up at the nest on the roof of an isolated building; there was no opportunity to get to eye level with them, as there was when I photographed the species in Moura, Portugal.

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'young martyr'

Rather than competing for the same scene . . . I found this young photographer's intensity much more interesting.

 

She also had a hi-tech monopod that looked interesting as well. Once a gear head . . . always a gear head. . . it's a "guy" thing.

 

The youngest guinea pig photographer in the world!!

Name: Pichiku, Age: 12 days (Kuu-chan's baby) / Sorry for my poor celular...3 years of use... : )

 

*Dedicate to Bucho (The first guinea pig photographer in the world)

Images of Ann Kim and Young Joni Restaurant in Minneapolis, MN. All images by Eliesa Johnson of The Restaurant Project.

When it sunrise at Bondi beach, Sydney

A field of a young growing crop... do not know what it is, I do know it is not hay.

Texture by kind permission of Skeletal Mess...thank you.

This is not HDR...............

 

LARGE VIEW

 

water, peace, harmony,

fresh, wet, cool

 

tranquility from angry not so young man. i am trying. grrrrr. anger management... peace & love & salsa classes. i have to say i am a lot better at taking blue pictures than i am at dancing. still i am trying to find some movement in out of date white concrete hips. i have to say i have even learned to like marc anthony. i used to think he was cheesy now i have to admit i think he's actually cool es.youtube.com/watch?v=RUeuqLGKAC8 i wonder what this means. still i think dancing queen lessons is having a good effect on me. at first i thought the only thing i was losing was my patience, then my beer belly, now just maybe i am losing looking like a right wally. still a way to go though before i catch up with marc anthony. maybe i need a white suit, shaved chest, medallion and andy garcia haircut es.youtube.com/watch?v=zchOKChMii4

 

ps thankyou kind flickr people for pputting up with me. especially www.flickr.com/photos/-hugo/ for his private counselling.

 

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Edward Olive - Actor, presentador y locutor inglés británico nativo Madrid Barcelona Paris Londres

 

Edward Olive

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Edward Olive fotógrafo profesional internacional premiado.

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young monk busy performing his religious routines in the thiksey monastery. no matter what, he kept himself busy with his work ignoring what i asked ... no posing, no repetition, no slowing down 'n nothing doing ... in short, he had tin ears for whatever i said! view on black @ better view

 

see my favourite faces set @ www.flickr.com/photos/nevilzaveri/sets/72157624313671764/

I love foggy mornings!!

I was driving past my cousin's horse farm and i couldn't resist, i had to stop and take a few shots.

 

a young red deer stag is wandering in a Belgium forest... You have got to love nature and its creations. Have a great day, my friends by avzon via 500px ift.tt/2nyesBm

These young great egrets are not quite ready to leave the nest. Here they discuss the prospects facing them as they contemplate their post-nest life. I wish the one on the right were looking a little more straight ahead but it's difficult to get three egrets to do exactly what you want.

Lomo LC-A

Expired Fuji Superia 200, date unknown

Regular C-41 dev + 2.5min alkaline push in 0.1mol/l potassium carbonate

 

with a new "real" camera for kids

Young Red Deer. A young red deer glazing on lower slopes of Glen Etive, Scotland with a snow-cloaked Stob Dubh in the distance.

 

www.matthewcattellphotography.com

A young photographer composes a picture in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.

 

One day in June, I decided to load up a couple of old cameras with some 135 format, black and white, film. One was a Nikon FTn with a 35 mm lens that I gave to me daughters. They are seven and nine years old, and were interested in learning some photography. I loaded a Spotmatic 1 for myself. I planned to shoot the whole roll with a 300 mm lens, but some of the shots were taken with other lenses. Here is a photo of my 9 year old pretending to compose a photo while I take one of her.

 

Check out an album containing more of my photos shot in 2018.

 

Asahi Pentax Spotmatic 1

Asahi Takumar f4 300 mm lens

 

Manfrotto tripod and ball head.

Metered with a Sekonic L-358.

 

135 format Ilford FP4 Plus 125 ISO film.

 

Scanned using a Nikon Super CoolScan 9000 ED with the FH-835S 35mm strip film tray.

#123 on Explore

Please visit my collection of Icelandic horses - photographershalloffame.blog.com/?s=AnnaAndres

and Flickr Photographer's Choice~Hall of Fame- www.flickr.com/groups/1579256@N23/discuss/72157626349530942/

 

1st Picture of week :4M´s Photographic Dream www.flickr.com/groups/photographic_dream/

1st place : Animal contest- www.flickr.com/groups/602564@N21/discuss/7215762112458968...

Diamond of the week - www.flickr.com/groups/goldenworth1000words/

Only one cloudy morning while my husband and I have been for holidays in Velipojë, small town at Adriatic coast in northwestern Albania, was perfect for the walk along few kilometers long sandy beach. And, of course, for taking shots.

On the sandbank, at the end of the beach, I noticed two young people - photographer and model, who worked the same thing I did. When I started shooting them from distance, the photographer noticed that and paused. On my waving and one 'Super!", they responded with the smile and continued their photo session...

Photographers are artists that need to have good balance of artistic expression, technical skills, philosophical ideas and marketing management among all the other things?

 

This is a fun shot taken in 2011.

 

The following is the original story.

 

Have a great Monday!

  

I was in Garry Point last evening and hoping to see and shoot the Tall Ships coming to Steveston.

 

The Tall Ships were not opened to public access yet and they are too far away for good composition.

 

I wandered around Garry Point and saw the young photographer in picture.

 

He really got an unique angle on the Tall Ships I think. I hope I got an unique angle on him too! :o)

 

I always find photographers interesting subjects although I will admit that I am the most uninteresting photographer in the world.

 

That is the reason why I rarely do self portrait. :o)

 

Happy Sunday!

Yeah, I know. I said I wasn't going to do another 365 of self portraits. But then I got a wake-up call in the form of a young woman who wanted to do a 365 with her Daddy. Yeah, she got me. Right around her little finger.

 

View Large and on Black

 

Strobist: AB1600 with 60X30 softbox camera right. AB800 with Softlighter II camera left. Triggered by Cybersync.

دائما ما يستوقفنى التفكير فى عبارات الاطفال وفى فلسفتهم البسيطه بالحياه

  

نعم هم أيضا لهم فلسفه خاصه فالطفل يتمنى ان لو كانت الدنيا كلها ملاهى كثيره او قطعه شيكولاته كبيره

   

أحلامهم بسيطه ومقدور عليها ولذلك فهم أروق بالا وأسعد حالا عنا , مثلهم مثل

  

بسطاء المجتمع فى الارياف العتيقه من يطمحون فى يومهم مجرد عشوه حلوه وكوب شاى ,

  

وبما انه لا يوجد من ينام من غير عشاء , فأنهم فى نهايه اليوم يحققون هدفهم وتمنيهم هذا

  

فينامون راضين سعداء بما قسم الله هم متحابون للغايه ومتسامحون ومتعاونون ومقبلين على

  

الحياه بكل الحب والامل والعطاء , هم يجدون الامل عند مطلع كل شمس , هم أهل شيمه

  

وكرم وسخاء فتجدهم يتبادلون السلام بين القريب والغريب سواء ولذا تجدهم يستغرقون فى

  

النوم دون مهدئات او منومات , هم ليسوا من رواد عيادات الاطباء النفسيين ولا من متصلى

  

برنامج انا والنجوم وهواك , هم من يقولون بالصباح أصبحنا واصبح الملك لله وبعد كل

  

وجبه يحمدون الله وفى كل ازمه يتوكلون على الله .

  

..شيماء الجمال

 

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الموديل :عزيزان

لا تنسونه بدعاكم الطيب

Hine, Lewis Wickes,, 1874-1940,, photographer.

 

Young Cigarmakers in Englahardt & Co., Tampa, Fla. There boys looked under 14. Work was slack and youngsters were not being employed much. Labor told me in busy times many small boys and girls are employed. Youngsters all smoke (see 565). Witness Sara R. Hine. Location: Tampa, Florida.

 

1909 January.

 

1 photographic print.

 

Notes:

Title from NCLC caption card.

Attribution to Hine based on provenance.

In album: Miscellaneous.

Hine no. 0564.

 

Subjects:

Boys.

Child laborers.

Cigar industry.

Factories.

Smoking.

United States--Florida--Tampa.

 

Format: Photographic prints.

Glass negatives.

 

Rights Info: No known restrictions on publication.

 

Repository: Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division, Washington, D.C. 20540 USA, hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/pp.print

 

Part Of: Photographs from the records of the National Child Labor Committee (U.S.) 2004667950

 

General information about the Lewis Hine child labor photos is available at hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/pp.nclc

 

Higher resolution image is available (Persistent URL): hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/nclc.04506

 

Call Number: LOT 7483, v. 1, no. 0564

  

Baldwin, NY

- July 19, 2014

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