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My Experience on Wild Life Photography in Australia

By Flora Cox Australia consists with a vast range of forest-cover than its landmass for habitats for humans. It mainly consist with the six to seven forest types such as eucalyptus, rain forest , mangrove forest., etc., Though it is an Island that consist with 147 million hectares of forest-cover and it...

Find, Use and Share Images from a Great Service

I just came across another web service. I know there are many, but this one I especially like. I can find and use images as long as the site and photographer is credited. I am going to upload many of mine–time, time, time. But in the meantime I wanted to share this site. I like to give credit....

Travel & Food Writing & Photography Conference, Food Rules

Food writers, culinary bloggers, and aspiring restaurant critics will join travel writers and photographers at the 20th Annual Book Passage Travel & Food Writing & Photography Conference in Corte Madera, California August 11-14, 2011. Study Food Writing, Travel Writing, and Photography in one of the...

20 Insanely Creative Bookshelves

These bookshelves are unbelievable. They come from BuzzFeed. I’ve included one photo. Check out the link to view all twenty. I prefer not to copy all of someone’s work when I don’t know who to credit for the photography. 20 Insanely Creative Bookshelves Maralyn D. Hill, President...

Photography and Thinking Outside the Box, a River Over a River

I wish I could take credit for finding the information below, but I got it from a friend, Richard Richmond. I especially like the river over a river as it shows creative thinking outside the box. This Water Bridge is in Germany . . What a feat! . Even after you see it, it is still hard to believe! . Six...

New iPhone App from World Nomads

This news release was passed to me from Sara Widness. She is always up on the latest. Even though I have a Droid and not an iPhone, I think this application may provide a lot of use for some of our readers. I send postcards, when I can find them and they actually get mailed when I can find the stamps, from...

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