Tag: fpj-photo-challenge

Sunset over Water in Manzanillo, Mexico

I took this sunset over water photo at Dolphin Cove Inn in Manzanillo, Mexico. We spent a beautiful vacation in this hotel resort on the Pacific Ocean coast. The landscape was amazing, and we couldn’t stop admiring it…. Read More

The Ghost Rider

I called this photo The Ghost Rider because it looks like a nebulous thing passing by… 🙂 This was an example of motion blur photography I gave in my article: “To Focus or Not To Focus” at Travelways.com…. Read More

Autumn colors and foliage photography

Autumn colors are always a subject for great photography. Fall is by definition the season when nature goes to rest, but it does this in a spectacular way. I took all the photos below in Canada. * Click… Read More

Evening rush hour at the bus stop

The evening rush hour is a common thing in our daily life. This urban quotidian event can be however an interesting subject to observe. As busy at it is, it unites for a few minutes people of various… Read More

Squirrel on the snow – High Key Photography

I shot this cute squirrel on the snow in a park in Ottawa, Canada as a “High-Key” photo. It was a beautiful sunny winter morning, just perfect for some nature photos. My intention was to produce a High-Key… Read More

Native American Turtle Hair Ornament

Native American Turtle Hair Ornament Turtle symbolism The turtle has a lot of significance in Native American cultures. For them it represents strength and fertility. Similarly, they believe that it has the power of defying death. Some consider… Read More

Releasing baby turtles into the Pacific Ocean in Mexico

Releasing baby turtles into the Ocean in Mexico It was one kind of experience to participate in at  “El Tortugario” Ecological Center in Cuyutlan, Mexico. It is called “hatchling”, and a lot of one-day-old baby turtles were released… Read More

Pink Cactus Flowers

Pink Cactus Flowers – Art prints for Home Decor and Gift Ideas These are pink cactus flowers I photographed in the Mohave Desert, Arizona during the month of May. I was surprised to see how many beautiful flowers… Read More

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