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Photographer Builds A ‘Photo Ark’ For 6500 Animal Species And Counting – NPR

Photographer Builds A ‘Photo Ark’ For 6500 Animal Species And Counting – NPR Sartore tells Fresh Air’s Terry Gross that presenting the animals in the studio, rather than in nature, gives them equal importance in the eye of the viewer. Photographer Builds A ‘Photo Ark’ For 6500 Animal Species And Counting – NPR thumbnail courtesy of npr.org

Rare Photos of Tribe Spur Urgent Pleas to Protect It

God has created an amazing spectrum of culture that we must protect and cherish. If we grow up thinking that everyone must look and be like us, we miss the blessing of diversity and the sheer potential of man’s inventive nature.

We Are Bound By A Ball And Chain

Power is handed down by God, who is the ultimate power, to politicians, teachers, corporate leaders, parents, etc.  Those who are blessed with power are given gifts and talents to inspire and bring out the best in us as a community. However, if the fever of power overcomes the leadership, humility is overwhelmed by self righteousness and the pursuit of personal gain. Before long, people question the motives of the powerful and lose faith in the system. When people lose faith in […]

The Beauty Of Nature…

“The beauty of NATURE can be found EVERYWHERE” -Noah

The Beauty Is In The Details; Not The Devil

We are in constant pursuit of the fountain of youth and all things new. When something gets old enough, we discard, retire, or replace it. When something gets worn enough, we polish, enhance, or renovate it. My concern is that we may be losing an appreciation for the precious relics of this earth and moreover, the beauty and richness that resides in age itself. Photographer Beth Moon successfully uses special techniques to accentuate the age of the world’s oldest trees. One such technique involves […]

Love Affair With Dominica

One Photographer’s Love Affair With Dominica. If you can’t get to Dominica this summer, why not bring the Nature Island to you? One Photographer’s Love Affair With Dominica – Caribbean Journal thumbnail courtesy of caribjournal.com

Awesome Nature 2016

These Are the Most Inspiring Nature Photographs of 2016. Today is the eleventh anniversary of Nature Photography Day. These Are the Most Inspiring Nature Photographs of 2016 – TIME thumbnail courtesy of time.com

How Should Your Lion Live?

This Stunning Photo Shows Us How All Lions Should Live. The endangered African Lion is one of the most majestic creatures on our planet. The king of the jungle, lions are the only cats that live in family units, and they have been revered throughout history for their courage and strength. Lions once roamed… This Stunning Photo Shows Us How All Lions Should Live – One Green Planet thumbnail courtesy of onegreenplanet.org

Views That Speak Bring Strength To The Weak

“Views that speak, bring strength to the weak.” -Greg Pai

Everyday Nature

New Hope-Solebury freshman photographer finds beauty in everyday nature. Photography is one of my many passions. Growing up, I always had a camera in my hand. To this day, I still love taking photos of anything that catches my eye. New Hope-Solebury freshman photographer finds beauty in everyday nature – Bucks County Courier Times thumbnail courtesy of buckscountycouriertimes.com

Let There Be Light!

Parish Kohanim, a sought-after commercial photographer, will never forget the flowers of his childhood in Shiraz, Iran.

Peripheral Vision On Steroids!

Imagine that you could see the entire universe in a single photo.

Don’t Make Waves. Photograph Them!

What were you doing when you were 25 years old? Well, I was making waves and not really observing them. However, when I got a chance to go to the ocean’s edge, I can remember the crashing sounds yielded by each wave’s immense force. Yet, I was missing the visual brilliance each wave displays as it’s individual fingerprint on the world. The shape; the spectrum of color; the reflections and diffraction of light. When we absorb photographs of these ocean phenomena, we can see the power that […]

Are You A Picture Taker Or A Photographer?

A Picture-Taker becomes a Photographer when he or she has connected with the phenomenon that they capture.

Have You Seen Nature’s Waterfall Of Colors?

“The Aurora Borealis , or Northern Lights, is one of nature’s most spectacular light displays. Ever changing, they will intrigue anyone who is lucky to catch them night after night. At no other time of year can we drive through city and country alike and feel the warmth that lights add to our lives. No matter how awesome our light displays are though, nothing can compare with one of the most amazing shows nature has to offer; the Aurora Borealis, or […]

Up Close and Personal With Flowers

David Leaser is using new technology and special techniques to capture God’s amazing handiwork embedded in all of nature. His images draw us closer to the detail and color we often miss for many reasons. Without a doubt, with the right intent, innovation and technology can enhance our appreciation for God’s creation. It’s one thing to use a macro lens on a camera to capture the smallest details of flora and fauna. Then there’s what David Leaser does, which is […]

“He Didn’t Tell Me How To Live…”

We have enormous influence on our children even when it seems they are not very interested in us or distracted by the forces of the world. Still, God has tethered them to us and even when they seem least interested, they are learning from us. Let them into our personal world and space where they can watch us at our best. Maybe it’s at the office, or in the kitchen or garden. Or maybe its watching a tender moment with our spouse […]

I Am Africa

I Am Africa (by Emone Emmanuel; Photo Credit: Greg Pai) I am Africa the brave As strong as the earth The thickness of black Is my gift from God I am Africa the wise The well of knowledge The fountain of wisdom The home of sages I am Africa the beautiful My color is my pride I am the beauty of nature I am a shining star I am Africa the black I am the home of man The first […]