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September 16th, 2014 — 4:51pm

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Brit photographer’s plea to save elephants

September 10th, 2014 — 9:57am
Their affiance has never been that desperate – the African elephant is casting towards extinction because of mass poaching, stated the campaigners. It is counted on that more than twenty thousand were killed on the African continent previous year just because of their ivory tusks that earn a fortune as they are illegally traded in south-east Asia and China.
Their tragic situation of the African elephants has forced Paul Goldstein, a British wildlife photographer, to make an impassioned supplication to the public regarding elephant conservation – using his stunning photo album, clicked over twenty five years of watching the animals.
The award winning Wimbledon photographer has also spent sixteen years working as a guide for the Exodus travels, a firm which that specializes in adventure holidays. In the lead up to 12th August, i.e. Elephant Day, the Brit photographer is asking people to give a thought for the elephants’ fate that some believe might be poached to extinction in little over a decade.
Goldstein has spent twenty five years in African forests clicking snaps of the animals on his camera while also offering lectures on photography, conservation and wildlife. Kicheche Camps in Kenya is co-owned by him. It is a base for luxury safaris. In the past he took part in marathon in a 10ft Bengal tiger dress to raise money and also awareness for the species. In spite of the elephants’ grave situation, Goldstein believes that a collective effort may save this wonderful species.

Their affiance has never been that desperate – the African elephant is casting towards extinction because of mass poaching, stated the campaigners. It is counted on that more than twenty thousand were killed on the African continent previous year just because of their ivory tusks that earn a fortune as they are illegally traded in south-east Asia and China.

Their tragic situation of the African elephants has forced Paul Goldstein, a British wildlife photographer, to make an impassioned supplication to the public regarding elephant conservation – using his stunning photo album, clicked over twenty five years of watching the animals.

The award winning Wimbledon photographer has also spent sixteen years working as a guide for the Exodus travels, a firm which that specializes in adventure holidays. In the lead up to 12th August, i.e. Elephant Day, the Brit photographer is asking people to give a thought for the elephants’ fate that some believe might be poached to extinction in little over a decade.

Goldstein has spent twenty five years in African forests clicking snaps of the animals on his camera while also offering lectures on photography, conservation and wildlife. Kicheche Camps in Kenya is co-owned by him. It is a base for luxury safaris. In the past he took part in marathon in a 10ft Bengal tiger dress to raise money and also awareness for the species. In spite of the elephants’ grave situation, Goldstein believes that a collective effort may save this wonderful species.

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August 19th, 2014 — 10:58am

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Photography walks at the Withnell Nature Reserve

August 11th, 2014 — 2:51pm
Well, at times there are places where people do not have to go too far from their front door to see a tourist attraction and get some magnificent images. These days, there are several nature walks where you can click great images along with your buddies at any day of the week. Withnell Nature Reserve is one of those very places. It is a great place to get some great clicks in the whole of United Kingdom.
Withnell Nature Reserve runs from Brinscall to Abbey Village, and it goes after the old railway site – this is a spot that most people have driven across hundreds and hundreds of times over years and no idea was there.
This sequestered place actually let wildlife to thrive. This place home to various species like insects, flowers and birds to spot, figure out and capture. The habitat include open grasslands, areas of water as well as mixture of woodland to encourage a wide range of wildlife.
It is suggested to keep your eyes straights at the tree branches because they are filled with birds like Pigeon, Blackbird, Blue Tit and Robins among others. Still it is not just about the birds, the Withnell Nature Reserve is also filled with a huge range of flowers such as Red Campion, Yellow Flag Iris and others. It also has plants like Hawthorn and Hogweed. With all these things around, there is no doubt that you would get a gem of a snap.

Well, at times there are places where people do not have to go too far from their front door to see a tourist attraction and get some magnificent images. These days, there are several nature walks where you can click great images along with your buddies at any day of the week. Withnell Nature Reserve is one of those very places. It is a great place to get some great clicks in the whole of United Kingdom.

Withnell Nature Reserve runs from Brinscall to Abbey Village, and it goes after the old railway site – this is a spot that most people have driven across hundreds and hundreds of times over years and no idea was there.

This sequestered place actually let wildlife to thrive. This place home to various species like insects, flowers and birds to spot, figure out and capture. The habitat include open grasslands, areas of water as well as mixture of woodland to encourage a wide range of wildlife.

It is suggested to keep your eyes straights at the tree branches because they are filled with birds like Pigeon, Blackbird, Blue Tit and Robins among others. Still it is not just about the birds, the Withnell Nature Reserve is also filled with a huge range of flowers such as Red Campion, Yellow Flag Iris and others. It also has plants like Hawthorn and Hogweed. With all these things around, there is no doubt that you would get a gem of a snap.

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July 22nd, 2014 — 5:05am

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Whitney Port hints which wedding dress she would love to sport

June 20th, 2014 — 8:05am
Whitney Port has not selected her exact wedding attire yet, but it seems like she has got lot of inspiration to work with. The fashion designer is getting ready to walk down the aisle and served up to Brides regarding which wedding attire style she would prefer to sport to her forthcoming wedding to Tim Rosenman.
She brought out her favorite appearances from Bridal Fashion Week’s 2015 Spring 2015 collections, that even includes looks from top designers like Naeem Khan, Reem Acra and Temperley Bridal. Port’s bohemian sense of fashion and feminine aesthetic suggests to what non-traditional styles she would prefer to sport on her wedding day.
Mrs. Rosenman is a real fan of silk and lace and rumors suggest that she is looking for something comfortable. She does not want anything princess-y, cupcake-y gown, definitely not so much sparkle. Port, who earlier stated that she has set on having an outdoor wedding destination for around hunderd and fifty or two hundred guests likely near the year’s end, had her eyes on a cotton eyelet bikini and skirt by Oscar de la Renta. She told Brides that the idea of a beach wedding sounds so beautiful to her. She like that this is very simple, but still delicate, and not the traditional wedding dress.
Like most celebs, Port want to wear Vera Wang dress for her marriage ceremony. From the well known designer’s 2015 Spring 2015, a sleeveless silk chiffon sheath wedding dress got Port’s eye.

Whitney Port has not selected her exact wedding attire yet, but it seems like she has got lot of inspiration to work with. The fashion designer is getting ready to walk down the aisle and served up to Brides regarding which wedding attire style she would prefer to sport to her forthcoming wedding to Tim Rosenman.

She brought out her favorite appearances from Bridal Fashion Week’s 2015 Spring 2015 collections, that even includes looks from top designers like Naeem Khan, Reem Acra and Temperley Bridal. Port’s bohemian sense of fashion and feminine aesthetic suggests to what non-traditional styles she would prefer to sport on her wedding day.

Mrs. Rosenman is a real fan of silk and lace and rumors suggest that she is looking for something comfortable. She does not want anything princess-y, cupcake-y gown, definitely not so much sparkle. Port, who earlier stated that she has set on having an outdoor wedding destination for around hunderd and fifty or two hundred guests likely near the year’s end, had her eyes on a cotton eyelet bikini and skirt by Oscar de la Renta. She told Brides that the idea of a beach wedding sounds so beautiful to her. She like that this is very simple, but still delicate, and not the traditional wedding dress.

Like most celebs, Port want to wear Vera Wang dress for her marriage ceremony. From the well known designer’s 2015 Spring 2015, a sleeveless silk chiffon sheath wedding dress got Port’s eye.

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International attention for Peter Baumgarten

June 10th, 2014 — 4:10pm

You simply could not miss Manitowaning photographer Peter Baumgarten’s excitement in his voice as he speaks about his very recent success in an area which has been his 2nd most lifelong passion and that is photography. 2013 has seen a virtual force of opportunities, accolades and recognition for self taught photographer. His snaps have been getting a whole lot of interest from magazines throughout the world.

Another winter snap, clicked by Mr. Baumgarten in High Falls is featured in the Canadian Geographic’s this month’s edition as a 2 page spread. A UK photography mag called Digital Photographer magazine is printing yet another of his snaps along with a featured article regarding him as well as his photography in their forthcoming edition; while Cambrian College has asked him to take basic photography class in May.

Mr. Baumgarten told that that is the most exciting part, when he got the news that he was all alone at home with none to share the news with. It appears that the excitement is infectious and it is almost impossible to not feel the passion. He told that photography is his passion. The only thing more important to his is his family.

Mr. Baumgarten got his very first ‘real’ camera when he was twelve years old. His dad was a keen photographer and young Mr. Baumgarten had just ended his 1st summer of working in a real job. He remembered he made $ 2.15 an hour. His dad told him that he was not going to blow the money he had saved up in the arcade.

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Sony World Photography Awards 2013: Vanessa Colareta, Peru, 1st Place, Still Life

May 26th, 2014 — 4:54pm

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Search for wildlife photographers

April 29th, 2014 — 4:00pm

A Deeside estate has started a series of photography packages offering photo enthusiasts a scope to click pictures of iconic birds and animals. Glen Tanar Estate, which is located near Aboyne, is now offering the opportunity to click pictures of species that includes golden eagles and hen harriers after being handed a license by the Scottish Natural Heritage. People would also get some scope to click snaps of red deer.

The new packages have been launched after the grand success of a photography hide that was trialed over 3 weeks previous summer near the nest of the resident golden eagles of the state. A limited number of photo sessions were allowed, allowing visitors to click magnificent snaps the adult bird as well as her young. Continue reading »

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