The Renovating Freshness

Since the dawn of the times people have urged for freshness – in both direct and figurative meaning. To be fresh and clean means not only to be attractive, but it also means to have clear mind, heart, and soul. Perhaps, that explains the fact that people still have particular rituals in all the religions aimed at clearing the body and mind of a human. Today we have decided to show how freshness can be conveyed at the photographs; and thus we are now inviting you to the freshening gallery of pictures, featuring different objects, but united by the same theme of freshness.

Fresh water drops and mountain snow peaks, rich colors of spring flowers and the filling light of sun, fresh beauty of pretty ladies and the charm of magnificent architecture – we have collected really diverse range of photographs, demonstrating the idea of freshness. We actually would like to join J.B. Priestley, who once said that he had always been delighted at the prospect of a new day, a fresh try, one more start, with perhaps a bit of magic waiting somewhere behind the morning. So do we… and we hope this fresh photograph gallery will introduce a little bit of freshness into your day as well.

The Fence by Garry Schlatter

Break by Ralf Wendrich

Virgin River by Justin Reznick

Apotheosis by Florent Courty

Common Kingfisher vs House Sparrow by nissim levi

Sunbird by Prachit Punyapor

Gonçalo Ribeiro & Emyly Katharyne by Elton Varela

Sunny by Duc De Salier

beauty by Vladimir Semyonov

The Beauty of Mount Bromo by Fuad Muhammad

9 day by Anastasia

On the way of the heart 12 by Paolo Pagnini

Seaching For Spring by Sean Bagshaw

Summer rain by Duc De Salier

bad weather by Elena Khazina

Piha by Irina Barcari

I’m colorful by Andrea Rapisarda

Do u think I’m sexy? by Daniela Duncan

Fly by Tomas Rak

endless beauty by piet flour

Bunch of feelings by Natalinka Reveur

Panurus biarmicus by Gilles Felten

Pink Rush by Joel Lim

Fly Me to the Moon by Arsyad Siregar

Papaver rhoeas by Kai Süselbeck

Butterfly on a Flower by Brian Mitchell

Little Wonder by Nic B.

spring sun by mehmet karaca

Bandaraya Mosque, Kota Kinabalu by Nora Carol Sahinun

Cuernos at Sunrise by Colby Brown

In the park by Arseniy Semyonov

//// by Mikhail Malyugin

In a sign of the yellow.. by Edmondo Senatore

Almond dreams by Natalinka Reveur

RGB by Gert Lavsen

Tyla by Julia Kuzmenko

Fall by Vincent Favre

Untitled by Kelly Kavanagh

Regal Geraniums by Sherwin Laranga

Flower Fields by Sherwin Laranga

After Rain by Sherwin Laranga

Pink Carpet by Dharmit Shah

Hailey Bachman by Casey Withers

Natural elements.. by Edmondo Senatore

field poppy by Kai Süselbeck


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With 30 years of life experience behind my shoulders, today I find myself focused mainly around two core values: my family (I am a happy husband and a proud father) and IT in its broadest meaning, including but not limited to hardware and software techniques and innovations. My special interest and true passion is photography. Here I am ready to put my signature under each word, once said by Dorothea Lange: “The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera.” Being a part of Cruzine team, I enjoy instant process of learning as well as sharing my own experience in photography and IT with the readers of this digital magazine.