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Images Nano World Paperblog Pick in Photography

Images Of A Nano World

Michael Oliveri, a digital media professor from the University of Georgia, likes to snap photos, but not with a camera most photographers use. He prefers the scanning electron... Read more

Curiosity Paperblog Pick in Photography

Curiosity

During a village visit with Nathan Horton, I had just asked this boy in what little khmer language I had learned if I could take his photo. He shook his head and ran away. I hoped... Read more

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    “I am an abyss explorer”. The words are of famous freediver Guillaume Nery but they also remind me of watching the great Jacques Cousteau on TV as a child.... Read more

    The 13 February 2011 by   Flemmingbo
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    Brit Gets, Only Cooler: Cambridge Wedding

    Yesterday we enjoyed Al and Georgie’s Buckinghamshire wedding, photographed by Geoff Reardon. Within weeks of shooting their day, Geoff took his turn at the... Read more

    The 19 February 2011 by   Claire
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  • Khmer Landscapes of the Face

    Khmer Landscapes Face

    “I like your landscapes but you know, the most interesting landscape of all is the human face”. A friend of mine, a Danish writer, told me this a few years ago. Read more

    The 01 February 2011 by   Flemmingbo
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  • I Dream of Africa

    Dream Africa

    Elephants wandering in large slow movements across the savannah. Giraffes striding majestically towering above the flat top trees. Lions on the prey hoping to... Read more

    The 25 February 2011 by   Flemmingbo
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  • The Man Who Fell to Earth

    Fell Earth

    I often return to my images from New Mexico when I feel like tripping down memory lane and testing new Photoshop techniques on altered landscapes. Read more

    The 07 February 2011 by   Flemmingbo
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  • The Promise of a Summer Yet to Come

    Promise Summer Come

    The early morning light was soft and golden. The first rays coming in the eastern windows caught a bouquet of sunflowers gracing my table with their promise of ... Read more

    The 22 February 2011 by   Juliemagerssoulen
  • Calming and Serene

    Calming Serene

    Start your weekend off beautifully...Just thought I'd share a little peacefulness - it's been a gloomy, hectic week and I hope everyone can find some rest this... Read more

    The 18 February 2011 by   Decorology
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  • Curiosity

    Curiosity

    During a village visit with Nathan Horton, I had just asked this boy in what little khmer language I had learned if I could take his photo. He shook his head an... Read more

    The 04 February 2011 by   Flemmingbo
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