Geogallery is also on Tumblr!For those of you who network on Tumblr, you are welcome to check out the Geogallery blog there. Content is sourced from other sites, but this post is a chance to expose your work on the popular Tumblr blog. To submit, just leave a comment with a link to your photograph. I am mostly looking for geological photography of landscapes and minerals. I am also asking permission to crop the photo in a vertical manner if you are submitting landscapes. Mineral photos will not be cropped. Selection will be based on high quality. Just take a look at the blog of what is expected.More Like This
resex - reset the way you think about sex"When an attractive woman walks on by and she has the power to raise desire in you it's almost like she's taking away something from you. I don’t know what exactly, maybe a little piece of your self-esteem or your pride or your confidence or your honor or your status. And in order to get it back it’s your task to get her to have sex with you.”More Like This
Nobody ever said that to me – and they didn’t have to. Because when we started to talk about sex and women as young men it seemed to be everywhere in between the lines: When you’re attracted to somebody they take away your power and to get your power back you have to conquer them. It seemed to be what everybody was thinking without thinking about it. I guess it also works the other way around (with women desiring men), but it seems men are especially prone to this way of thinking.
Well, it’s one way to live your life. But I’ve made a conscious decision right there and then to look at it differently,
'The Invisible Empire' by Juha Arvid HelminenMore Like This
Finnish photographer Juha Arvid Helminen conveys a message on the misuse of power in politics and religion in his dark, faceless portrait series, "The Invisible Empire."
"In 2006 I witnessed the so called Smash ASEM demonstration in front of the Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma in Helsinki. I personally experienced the dark side of the Finnish police, with young men hiding behind their uniforms and hoods, anonymously committing misconduct. Later I also witnessed the reluctance of the justice system to punish those in uniform.
Uniforms create unity and through them we can for example tell apart a soldier from a civilian. The dark side is the seeming justification to violence and the possibility to disappear in the masses when we do something truly evil.
We wear clothes dictated by religion, political thoughts and tradition to communicate and represent authority but also as a sign of belonging and our ide
Colour Feature: PURPLEMore Like This
.:Blown with the Wind:. by Manon-Blutsanguen
Reflections by derek-kThe Blueberry Fog by DaXXe
Blue lagoon by pqphotography...nicetoknowu... by J-AustinPurple Pearl by Birthstone
no name by JasperGromVintage midinette 006 by olivier-ramonteu
Purple Fields by NataschaaClosed Circuit by Nightwalker50
Timeless by SketchupAE
A Beginner's Guide to Archery in Stock and ArtWith movies like Avengers, Brave and Hunger Games, 2012 seems to be the Year of the Archers and many artists have already been inspired to create their own archer characters.More Like This
Whether you're thinking about having one of your OCs pick up bow and arrow (in writing or drawing) or you're a stock artist who wants to create some decent archery stock, I hope this little guide helps you understand the wonderful thing that is archery.
First and foremost, a little disclaimer: For this article I will mainly draw from my own experiences over the past few years. I am what you'd call an intuitive or instinctive archer, which roughly comes closest to medieval-styled archery. At the moment I'm shooting a modern Samick bow (without stabilizer or sights) and am in the process of making my own recurve bow out of robinia wood (similar to a few bows you can see in my gallery).
However, in archery there are many styles and differences in material used, draw, stance, finger position etc. – it all depend