Monthly Archives: July 2016

Flower Power

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There’s power in the flower. For the photographer of natural subjects, there is no more intriguing, no more satisfying, and no more sexy subject than flowers. Flowers are open to a more literal, a more abstract, and a more personal … Continue reading

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Celebrating The Wild Life

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Below there are six great images by six equally great photographers. We have the artful, the action stopping moments, the incredibly unique, and finally wildlife photography as a metaphor. Artful. Immature Bald Eagle. A beautifully composed moment by Sharon Landis … Continue reading

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Win Some, Lose Some

When I write a consecutive series of posts here on Earth Images, that are related to current events, politics, social issues or religion, some (rare) readers wonder if I am done posting photography articles. Conversely, when I get back into … Continue reading

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A Reason To Share

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I love sharing with the readers of Earth Images, the work of all those great photographers out there, but there are things that are missing when I do that. Such as what was going on in the photographers mind when … Continue reading

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Of Metal & Glass

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Well, maybe metal & fiberglass….& rubber….& on & on. There’s a lot that meets the eye. The eye of the photographer anyway.. People have been photographing manmade objects since the dawn of photography. Photography itself is of course manmade. I’ve … Continue reading

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Over & Understated

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There are many ways to make a statement, be it with pictures or with words. I have no issues with making bold, obvious statements. There is nothing wrong with the obvious. I have done that many times with bold, color … Continue reading

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Piggybacking

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I don’t know how many thousands of macro images I have made of dragonflies and damselflies over the years. One thing’s for sure, there are always new and different pictures to make and Peter Warne made this one of a … Continue reading

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