Does Your State Have Beautiful State Parks? Enter Your Best State Park Photos in StateParks.org Contest
Do you think your state parks have some of America's best scenery? Have you captured great photos at those parks? Well, you can enter your best state parks photos for an opportunity to win $5,000 or other prizes in a national photo contest sponsored by StateParks.org.
What Cool Basketball Hoops Have We Found During Our Travels!
I have been coaching or playing basketball almost my entire life. I'm 6'6 so basketball has always been a part of my life! So when Emily and I are out running errands or on one of our trips if I happen to see a cool basketball hoop I will stop and take a picture! You would think all basketball hoops are the same but they all have a different look and story to tell! Let us know in the comments which basketball hoop is your favorite!
Love Your Utah State Parks Photos? Share Them In This National State Parks Photo Contest
With mountains, deserts, historic sites and more, Utah state parks are renowned for their beauty. When you share your best photos from Utah state parks, you can win $5,000 or other prizes in a national photo contest sponsored by StateParks.org.
Share Your Best Tennessee State Parks Photos in This National Contest
With mountains, waterfalls and more, Tennessee state parks are renowned for their beauty. When you share your best photos from Tennessee state parks, you can win $5,000 or other prizes in a national photo contest sponsored by StateParks.org.
Wanted: Your Best Georgia State Parks Photos for National Contest
Georgia has some of America's most scenic state parks, according to a number of national ratings. And you can enter your best Georgia State Parks photos for an opportunity to win $5,000 or other prizes in a national photo contest sponsored by StateParks.org.
Spotlight: Owen Rogers
Owen Rogers is a talented photographer who is becoming more established with his work. At The Garnette Report, our mission is to bridge the gap between the up-and-coming and the established. In order to do this, it’s critical to highlight people who are on the rise in their profession. Owen Rogers is a native New Yorker and was raised in Harlem. He began his photography career with capturing moments of New York City nightlife and the music community. For his education, Rogers attended Bronx Science and then Penn State, where he studied Journalism. While at Penn State, he grew his perceptive eye for photography.
Foldable Drone for Beginners
This is the Snaptain A15H 4-Axis Foldable Drone. This Drone is perfect for learning to fly a drone for the first time
Wildlife Spotting Tips
Jeremy’s all time favorite shot he took from Glacier National Park.Quench Your Adventure. 1. Look for transition areas. Like big valleys, grassy fields, or rivers. 2. Sunrise and sunset are great but this bighorn spotting was the middle of the day!
This South Asian photographer makes room for moms
In light of AAPI month, there is one photographer in the Chicagoland area that deserves recognition for her work: Kiki Khan. Khan is a wife and mom of two, one girl and boy. When she's not tending to family, Khan is usually working on her passion- photography. Khan is a South Asian photographer who specializes in visual storytelling focused around motherhood and infants. She is an artist and well-attuned to the needs of the communities she works with as majority of her clients come from backgrounds that Khan is aware of.
Visiting Senoia and the Walking Dead Set • Lisa's Creperie • Starr's Mill
In this episode, we venture into the land of The Walking Dead TV show and explore places like Woodbury, Alexandria, and various places where the show was filmed. Tommy got some amazing drone footage that turned out to be one of my favorite parts of this entire vlog. Aside from the show, the town of Senoia is GORGEOUS!!!!!!!! We really enjoyed our time there, especially our lunch at Lisa's Creperie! That place was fantastic. 10/10 would do it again. On the way back, we stopped at a place I spied from the road earlier and it did not disappoint. Starr's Mill was one of the most beautiful places I've ever seen in person. Totally worth visiting. Links: Senoia: <a href="https://www.senoia.com/community">https://www.senoia.com/community</a> The Walking Dead Shop/Museum, aka, The Woodbury Shoppe: <a href="https://www.facebook.com/WoodburyShoppe">https://www.facebook.com/WoodburyShoppe</a> Lisa's Creperie: <a href="https://www.facebook.com/lisascreperie">https://www.facebook.com/lisascreperie</a>/ Starr's Mill: <a href="https://scenicusa.net/070508.html">https://scenicusa.net/070508.html</a>
Jerris Madison is a Los Angeles-based noted Fashion Photographer who is also the Publisher and Editor-In-Chief at OBVIOUS Magazine. OBVIOUS Magazine is one of the most influential magazines with a global reach of 4 million each month via social media and obviousmag.com.
Photographer Lewis Hine's images of child workers in Kirksville, Missouri, and the desire for reform in the early 1900s
Photographer: Lewis Hine, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons. Original description: Group of men and boys at Friedman Shelby Shoe Co. The youngest, apparently 11 or 12 years old is Felber McLaughlin. One boy who said he was 14 last month and had been working there a year, was assisting at a mailing machine which seemed to be dangerous to fingers and hands at least. Kirksville, Mo., 10/31/1910. (Source.)
[PREVIEW] Fire Photographer/Videographer Becomes a NewsBreak Contributor
I would like to take this time to formally introduce myself to the NewsBreak community. This video is a 2021 year in review of some of the incidents that I covered last year and is a good example of what you can expect from this channel. I will be posting articles and videos of breaking news that occurs around me. This will mostly be local to the CT area, but I do travel often and have covered many incidents in NY, NJ, Baltimore, and Detroit. I am also an FAA licensed commercial drone pilot, so look to see aerial coverage of these incidents as well. My work has been published nationally in print, network news, and online. I am also a career fireman of 22 years here in CT. At times, I may cover other events and subjects like local events and travel, but the main focus of this channel will be breaking news and mostly firefighting action. You can see more of my videos at: <a href="www.YouTube.com/FIREGROUNDIMAGES">www.YouTube.com/FIREGROUNDIMAGES</a> And you can see my photo galleries at: <a href="www.FIREGROUNDIMAGES.com">www.FIREGROUNDIMAGES.com</a>
U Must See This Mine in Bisbee, Arizona
This is a cool photography spot if your in Arizona.
Meet Klamath Falls Photographer Carol Imani
Carol Imani, a resident of Klamath Falls, Oregon for the last 20 years, has been wending her way toward a career in photography for most of her life. Originally from New York City, Carol's first job was as secretary to the editor at the Manhattan-based magazine Modern Photography and as such she was privileged to become acquainted with the work of a wide range of photographers who published in the magazine.
How I Stay Safe Photographing Wildlife! (Wildlife Photography Tips)`
This is how I stay safe when photographing wild animals!
Woman-run photography company to host free family mini sessions in Washington Heights
(Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images) (NEW YORK) Calling all families in Washington Heights! A woman-run photography company will host multiple mini sessions for free this Sunday at Fort Tryon Park, according to Patch.
We got this Sunset Lamp to help take better portraits and help with are photography.
The most popular Airbnb in California
After two years of the pandemic, travel is beginning to return to normal. Airbnb recently released a report stating that "cross-border travel continues to recover, increasing from 20% of global gross nights booked in the first quarter to nearly 35% in the fourth quarter of 2021."