Posts tagged ‘photography’

feeding pigeons

Photography of Live “As Is”

In contrast to photographs, made in photo studios with arranged light, prepared backgrounds, and trained models, street or daily life photography tends to reflect the live on the “as is” basis, simply portraying the true faces of life without hiding its drawbacks under the layer of makeup or focusing at the positive aspects only. After …

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balloons hovering above the hills

Canyons and Valleys – Natural Monuments Created by Rivers

Glorified by many Hollywood films, American Grand Canyon, located in Arizona, is, perhaps, one and the only canyon with the world fame and popularity. However, there are many and many other canyons in the word, each being characterized with the distinct authentic look and surrounded by multiple legends and true stories. Like with other natural …

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Rio at night

Marvelous City of Rio de Janeiro

Known as “Cidade Maravilhosa” or Marvelous City, Rio de Janeiro is one of the world’s brightest, most famous, colorful, and joyful cities in the world. By the way, Rio de Janeiro is translated into English as “River of January”. World’s biggest carnivals, samba dancing, rhythms of Bossa Nova, bright football, perfect sandy beaches, the giant …

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adrenaline

Adrenaline Photography – Fight or Flight Situations

It increases heart rate, constricts blood vessel and dilates air passages in order to deliver more blood to the muscles and more air to the lungs and thus help a human survive in a dangerous or unexpected situation. This is the mechanism of action of a hormone, called adrenaline or epinephrine. The word “adrenaline” today …

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dolphins

Water Mammals – the Creations of the Whimsical Mother-Nature

The group of water or aquatic mammals is very rich and diverse. It includes multiple species of animals dwelling either in oceans or in fresh water. They often differ drastically in looks, features, and size. Some of them, for example, whales – the largest mammals ever, sea cows, and dolphins, live entirely in the water …

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white horse

Equus Ferus Caballus – Guess What It Means

Germans call them “Pferde”, Frenchmen – “Chevaux”, Italians would say “Cavalli”, and Turks use the word “Atlar” to define these mammals… We, at Cruzine, would like to use the universal language of the photography or a visual image, which is clearly understandable worldwide by people of all the nationalities and races. Well, you have obviously …

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walking the wall

Parkour Gallery – Are You Sure People Don’t Fly?

Efficiency and speed – these are two primary features of parkour – a very specific urban sport discipline, aiming at reaching the destination point in the quickest way possible and overcoming all the obstacles on the way with the help of such skills as running, climbing, jumping, wall scaling, rolling, etc. Parkour is not yet …

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NERD performing live

Live Music Shows – Powerful Energy Exchange

The powerful charge of energy, the mighty blast of emotions, genuine mutual understanding – all these are to describe live music shows. They gather thousands of people at one place – younger and older, male and female, black and white, sociable and introverts, happy and troubled, richer and poorer. And the best part about it …

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the fisher fish

Secret Inhabitants of the Depth

Ocean is, perhaps, the only space, which still keeps many of its secret out of the reach of people. Driven by urge for the new discoveries and inspired by the spirit of adventure, humans have already reached the remote locations of all the continents, have conquered the highest mountain peaks, and even peeped into the …

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camels moving through the desert

Desert Life – Mirages or Reality

Desert life… Yes, no matter how ironically or impossible it may sound – there is life in deserts. Furthermore, the diversity of desert life may impress, astonish and inspire – and all at the same time. Deserts may seem dead for people who have never seen them before, but it is only an optic illusion. …

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