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  • New Content – Fiji – David Wall

    Friday, April 6, 2012

    Truly a tropical paradise, Fiji offers everything from invigorating water sports to days spent doing nothing on some of the world’s most beautiful beaches. From diving at several of the world’s top dive sites to lounging on your private bungalow, sunbathing on pristine beaches or enjoying the Fijian culture, this small slice of paradise has much to offer. – by David Wall

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  • New Content – Ladakh, India – Jaina Mishra

    Friday, April 6, 2012
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  • New Galleries – UNESCO & Historical Engravings

    Wednesday, June 8, 2011

    We have added two new galleries to the website that will give you taste of some of the latest and greatest imagery we have added to our collection.

    The first features some of the most beautiful locations on earth, UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Every photo  has been hand picked by Danita for its striking color, composition and unique characteristics that make it worthy of such distinction.

    From the site:

    Ancient and significant historical and natural history sites are often the subject of our globe-trotting photographers. They frequently find themselves surrounded by some of our planet’s most important treasures, including remote cultural or natural areas that have long been forgotten. With UNESCO World Heritage Sites increasingly in the news, we wanted of offer a sampling of the thousands of images available on our site.

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    The second gallery we have added features Engravings of Historic Figures and Events the we recently added to our site. Offering a glimpse into the past, each engraving is crafted with such detail and skill that you can’t help but appreciate the effort it took to document and maintain historical record before the invention of the photograph.

    From the site:

    What do Galileo, Louis Pasteur, and Meriwether Lewis have in common? They’re all part of our new collection of engravings depicting great leaders and historic figures: Simon Bolivar, Johann Sebastian Bach, Martin Luther, Machiavelli, Thomas Alva Edison, Christopher Columbus, Peter the Great, and many more!

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  • New Content – Paul Souders – Caribbean

    Thursday, February 17, 2011

    The Caribbean could be described as the official playground of the western hemisphere. Hundreds of picturesque islands, resorts and magnificent wildlife just a short plane ride away from most of North and South America. Paul Sounders captured some wonderful shots of the various activities and overall aura that envelope two of the most popular destinations: the Bahamas and the Cayman Islands. Enjoy.

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  • New Content – John Warburton-Lee – India and Nepal

    Tuesday, February 15, 2011

    Culture abounds in the central regions of the Asian continent. Colorful masks, skilled artisans and intricate costumes dominate this latest batch of imagery from Jon Warburton-Lee. India and Nepal are known as epicenters of eastern religion and methodology, and these traditions translate well through the lens.

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  • New Content – Jon Arnold – Cape Verde

    Thursday, February 10, 2011

    Cape Verde sits off the western coast of Africa and consists of 10 islands boasting some of the most beautiful scenery you will fine on this planet. Crystal blue water, picturesque ports, glowing local residents and lush landscapes make up this submission from Jon Arnold. Looking at the gloomy, gray skies out of the window here in Seattle makes me want to book a ticket. If you are needing an escape, or have a feature on them, this is a great place to start.

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  • New Content – John and Lisa Merrill – Mexico

    Tuesday, February 8, 2011

    Mexican traditions are the focal point of this latest submission from John and Lisa Merrill. Figurines, costumes, perparations and more are on display with vivid colors and great composition. Dia de Los Muertos is one of the most visually striking holidays worldwide and here you will find some great examples for any project.

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  • New Content – David Frazier – Costa Rica

    Monday, February 7, 2011

    In the latest submission from David Frazier we are transported to Central America, more specifically Costa Rica. With it’s world famous National Parks, jungles,  and tourist destinations there is plenty to feast your eyes upon.

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  • New Content – William Sutton – Morocco

    Thursday, January 13, 2011

    The North African country of Morocco is the subject of William Sutton’s latest submission uploaded to our site. In it he showcases the beautiful geometry and patterns often found in the architecture of Muslim and Arabic speaking regions. Vivid blues, greens and reds providing a lovely touch of color to the countries mostly desert landscape.

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  • New Content – Richard Duval – Pacific NW

    Tuesday, January 11, 2011

    Here in the great NW we take pride in our beautiful scenery and abundance of lush green landscapes  (one of the benefits of all that rain). In Richard Duval‘s latest submission, he offers up a nice representation of what  Washington and Oregon have to offer: marinas, vineyards, wineries, japanese gardens, cityscapes, fall colors, holiday scenes and much, much more. Take a peak and get a glimpse of why we all call this region home.

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