Animals Of Canadian Forests

Animals of Canadian forests presents some of the beautiful animals species roaming around our beautiful Canadian forests. Those twelve images were taken across Canada, mostly in national parks. Red vixen feeding her kits. The red fox (Vulpes vulpes) is the largest of the true foxes and the most abundant member of the Carnivora. Apart from…

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Animals Of Canadian Forests

Animals of Canadian forests presents some of the beautiful animals species roaming around our beautiful Canadian forests. Those twelve images were taken across Canada, mostly in national parks. Red vixen feeding her kits. The red fox (Vulpes vulpes) is the largest of the true foxes and the most abundant member of the Carnivora. Apart from…

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Burrowing Owls Small Ground Owls Most People Don’t See

The Burrowing Owl a small but strong owl hunts mice and voles also insects like grasshoppers. This owl uses deserted burrows of other mammals to raise their young in they can be found in almost any type of field. In the month of April they start working their way back into the Utah area where…

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Burrowing Owls Small Ground Owls Most People Don’t See

The Burrowing Owl a small but strong owl hunts mice and voles also insects like grasshoppers. This owl uses deserted burrows of other mammals to raise their young in they can be found in almost any type of field. In the month of April they start working their way back into the Utah area where…

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Mount Mulligan And Tyrconnell Mines

Discover the Tyrconnell Gold mine north of Dimbulah, with its working stamper battery. Continue on to Mount Mulligan where Qld’s worst ever mining disaster saw 75 men lose their lives in a massive explosion in 1921. Wander through the cemetery and ruins in the shadow of the imposing Mount Mulligan. Old Ute, Mount Mulligan, the…

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Mount Mulligan And Tyrconnell Mines

Discover the Tyrconnell Gold mine north of Dimbulah, with its working stamper battery. Continue on to Mount Mulligan where Qld’s worst ever mining disaster saw 75 men lose their lives in a massive explosion in 1921. Wander through the cemetery and ruins in the shadow of the imposing Mount Mulligan. Old Ute, Mount Mulligan, the…

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Katherine Gorge Dreamtime Cruise

Katherine Gorge Dreamtime Cruise

A trip to the Northern Territory is not complete without visiting the spectacular Nitmiluk Gorge. Open all year round, it features some of the most stunning gorge scenery in the Northern Territory, with raging waterfalls, a myriad of wildlife and breathtaking views of the Jawoyn country. Nitmiluk Gorge winds along 12km of sheer rock extending more than 70m high. Consisting of 13 separate gorges, Nitmiluk Gorge is a maze of waterways sculpted from the sandstone over countless millennia.


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Free Photography Webinars

Free Photography Webinars

Free Photography Webinars

Here’s a complete listing of the free photography webinars I mentioned last week. I’m running a bit behind here, so please check these out ASAP if you’re interested as the first one starts tomorrow…

There are two each for beginner, semi-pro and professional photographers, but I’ll list them all in case there’s anything that interests you.

Looking over the notes that came with these, there’s going to be ...

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How do your photography skills rate?

How do your photography skills rate?

Here’s something you might want to check out… It’s a quick and easy assessment tool to identify your photographic strengths and any areas you might want to work on. It helps you assess the current state of your photographic skills and your business skills… something we all should be doing a bit more often!

It’s very easy to get so caught up in the day-to-day of running your photography business that any sort of personal development projects ...

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Tropical Mission Beach And Dunk Island

Tropical Mission Beach And Dunk Island

Mission Beach is a natural midway point between Townsville and Cairns. It is an unspoilt tropical paradise of World Heritage rainforest fronting 14 kilometres of golden, sandy beach. The relaxed nature of Mission Beach makes it a great place for all sorts of travellers to visit. Whether you are a family seeking calm, safe waters for your kids to swim in or a backpacker on your way up or down the coast, Mission Beach has something for you.


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People Of Zambia

People Of Zambia

Traveling through Zambia was one of the most incredible experiences of my life. They have not much but are always happy, cheerful and friendly. Visiting a Sunday afternoon soccer match or waiting at the Zambezi river ferry, Zambia is such a vast and amazing country and offers so much. This country and its people grip your heart.


Zambezi Sunset. Sunset at the Zambezi river with makorro. This is a means of travel over the Zambezi river in Zambia. ...

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Getting Organised For Stock

Getting Organised For Stock

Getting Organised For Stock

If you’re finding the prospect of ‘getting organised’ to start selling your photography a bit daunting, this will help.

A lot of people worry (mistakenly) that they have to organise, catalogue and caption every single photo they’ve ever shot… before they start selling their photography through a stock library.

The thing is, when you submit to a library you are actually cataloguing and captioning your ...

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10 Books Every Photographer Should Own

10 Books Every Photographer Should Own

10 Books Every Photographer Should Own

Here’s a list of recommended reading for photographers — of all levels — mostly it’s geared to stock, but there’s a few that cover essential business practices and a couple of my favourite ‘technique’ books as well. Remember to give any you’ve read and like a thumbs up, to help out the other photographers!

Please add your comments below on any you’ve read… or ...

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Photography Blogs & News Sites

Photography Blogs & News Sites

Here’s a random selection of some of my favourite photography blogs, tutorials and news sites. It’s an eclectic mix, though to be honest I hadn’t been back to a lot of them for quite a while until I started preparing this post… now I’m itching to spend an afternoon poking around.

Lots here so please enjoy…if you do visit any of these, please take a moment to give them a thumbs-up, or down, to give the other Members an idea of ...

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Colourful Houses Of Burano, Italy

Colourful Houses Of Burano, Italy

These images showcase the bright colours, textures and details of the houses in Burano including window shutters, chimneys, canal mooring poles, boats, reflections, lamp posts and more. Burano is an island in the Venetian Lagoon, northern Italy; like Venice itself, it is an archipelago of 4 islands linked by bridges. It is a popular travel destination known for its lace work and brightly coloured homes which are popular with artists.


Brightly coloured canal scene Burano. Brightly coloured ...

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