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22 Great Pictures of Canada Geese

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Autumn or ‘migration time’ is usually the prime season for photographing Canada Geese, but they’re photogenic in winter, spring and summer, too. They might be harder to track in pairs instead of massive flocks, but they’re just as graceful and imposing.

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In Memory of Spring – Flower Photography by Elizabeth Urquhart

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In northern regions, the end of January is usually when you start missing flowers. Snow has fallen, the poinsettias are fading, and Valentine’s Day isn’t quite killing you with flowers yet, so you miss them. It’s also when flower photography seems most amazing, more or less like seeing pictures of starry night skies when you live in the city–its absence amplifies its beauty.

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23 Awesome Pictures of Drinking Straws

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Sometimes, the simplest objects make the best photography subjects. Drinking straws, for example, are great subjects for abstract photography and still life pictures. You can fill the tubes with light or leave them dark; make the colors uniform or brightly varied; pile them together or single one out for a whimsical touch to food photos.

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Fairy Tale Photography – 15 Portraits of Little Red Riding Hood

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One of the reasons that old fairy tales are still fascinating today is because of their amazing ability to evoke unforgettable, imaginative pictures. You may not remember the exact details of the plot, but you’ll remember the wolf wearing grandma’s clothing or the red cape of a girl walking through a dark forest. These powerful images outlast the story itself, inspiring a whole new set of pictures and fairy tales.

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Beautiful Black and White Photos by Keith Dotson

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Keith Dotson is a prolific photographer from Nashville, TN, who has a passion for black and white photography. By portraying a subject in the extremes of black and white, Keith hopes to capture its emotional essence. “I’m drawn to black and white,” he says, “because I enjoy the drama and emotion, the texture and power that only black and white images can portray.” As the beauty of his work shows, commonplace objects can become dramatic masterpieces after their colors are stripped away.

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