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19 Striking Photos of Siamese Cats

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Siamese cats are known for their striking blue eyes, which really stand out against their typically dark black or brown faces. These cats are naturally photogenic, and therefore make great subjects for photos.

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7 Tips For Better Wildlife Photography

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Wildlife photography can be very difficult and because of that, it is very rewarding. Getting all the stars to align for that perfect animal image can be very frustrating, so here I have laid out seven tips to help take your wildlife photography to the next level.

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21 Pictures of Iridescent Dragonflies

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Dragonflies aren’t like most insects. Their poise in flight, the ability to seem at home resting on either land or water, and their captivating large eyes have contributed to dragonflies being the source of myths and lore around the world. In Japan they’re associated with courage and happiness, and in some Native American tribes they represent swiftness or purity.

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Classic Black and White Photography by Valentina Krochik

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Although Valentina Krochik lives in New York city, her photography is full of natural subjects and scenery: flowers, insects, trees and landscapes. Some of her finest photos are in black and white, with emphasis on either the ‘black’ or ‘white’ space. Her style captures the classic beauty of her subjects, bringing out the timeless elegance of roses, for instance, or the splendor of spider webs covered with dew.

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19 Great Pictures of Chickens

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With their multitude of colors and sizes, chickens are an animal that always gets some sort of admiration. In 2003, there were more than 24 billion chickens in the world, making them the most populous type of bird. Chickens are often associated with farmland and the country, so if you are aiming to create a feel-good old country image, chickens are an easy way to achieve it.

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