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Our entire planet goes through around 44,000 thunderstorms each day, with approximately 1,800 storms in in progress at any given moment. The most active place in the world for storms is Java, Indonesia with an average of 223 storm days every year. Of course, we all know that storms come with lightning most of the time. As far as the United States goes, Florida is the lightning capital, with storms happening approximately 100 days out of the year, compared to California’s figures of only 5 per annum.
Russian photographer Fox Grom recently captured some incredible images of his Siberian Huskies while they were exploring a thawing frozen lake. The immaculate surface looked more like a mirror that would reflect their image and everything else. Grom who is also an all-terrain vehicle enthusiast was on a stroll with his dogs when he came across the striking sight of a frozen lake, awash with rainwater, making it shine and reflect almost everything.
Corvallis, Oregon-based photographer Marc Adamus specializes in landscape images. The beauty and artistry of his photographs come from a keen eye for the many facets of nature in addition to a life-long passion for the outdoors. This love can be seen throughout Adamus’ work which has attracted a global fan base.
These brilliant downloadable Posing Guides (Vol. 1. & Vol. 2) for Boudoir photography created by Katherine Honeybourne contain over 300 pages of examples of common mistakes and how to avoid them or turn them into flattering poses, tricks on how to compensate for problem areas and to enhance your clients best features.
Shot with incredible clarity and crisp detail, Max Rive amazes with his stunning outdoor images. Summertime over in the northern hemisphere typically translates to vacation, and families often take little trips. A popular destination is in the mountains, since who does not love getting behind the wheel and embarking on a trip to the highlands? That’s exactly what Max Rive loves to do.