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This is one of my most elaborate paintings and the one I care the most about.
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A winterscape from Spåkenes, Nordreisa, Troms.
This was taken at 2pm. The sun is setting eariler and earlier before leaving us in the north for a couple of months.

The mountainrange in the background is the icon Lyngenalps.

Hope you guys enjoy the view and the snow :)
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A view over the great fjord in Nordreisa from a place called Mannes.
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Shot taken on March 14th 2012 from the summit of Mont Brévent (2.525 m), France. During one evening-night-morning spent up there freezing my tail off, and, also, contemplating the immense beauty of the Mont Blanc massif north face! :-)

A bit on the right of the summit you can see the brilliant star Sirius.

I've decided to capture the huge area of the Mont Blanc summit (4.810 m) during the late evening transition time right after the blue hour, when the camera through long exposure is still able to perceive some sort of "atmospheric light", when the light pollution from Chamonix is still non too invading, and before moonrise that would have spoiled the sight of the first stars in the sky.
So: insanely great subject, right place and absolutely precise time window.

Unfortunately at this resolution it's not possible to see the Refuge Vallot, located at 4.362 meters above sea level. It's placed on the iced crest on the right... in the original hi-res file is perfectly visible the entire metal structure!
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The Spring Festivel is coming~
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pour le fun
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Was trying to get a shot of where two rivers join in my town. Not exactly optimal to show that off, but eh. This was literally the best angle I could find after about a half our of just scouting alone, let alone taking pictures from a few different places. Dangit.
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She's a beautiful model
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Hope you all like this one! It's a little different than my usual. Plus I wanted to try to do another fiery looking eye manipulation, since I haven't done many of those kinds. :excited:

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© LT-Arts 2012 - Lindsay Tiry / All Rights Reserved.
My work does not belong to the public domain, not to use it without my written permission.
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I really like this photograph.

-Comments & Faves make me improve! Thanks.
-You are not allowed to resubmit this anywhere and claim as yours. If you do so, you are stealing.
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Two poppies in a field illuminated by the setting sun over the hill behind it.

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Two poppies in a field illuminated by the setting sun over the hill behind it.
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Thank u very much for all your great support:heart:
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Dear friend I send you the best Birthday wishes. Have a wonderful day :heart:
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Picture taken in Mundy Park, Coquitlam, BC, Canada. 
Bog Gentian. 
Enjoy. :)


(c) this picture, like all the rest in my gallery is NOT a stock image. so please respect my work and do not use it. if you would like to use this pic (or any picture of mine), please send me a note and a deal may be reached. thankyou.
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Sunflowers :sun:
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May I introduce you to Cero? ^^ Male, loves the sun. :D
For my good friend
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THANK YOU for DD!!!

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Infinite Dreams by RHADSPierian spring by RHADSEndless Journey by RHADSOwl Nebula by RHADSTenkhariis by RHADS
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Thank you very much my dear friends for the favorite,comment and views :) (Smile)

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Fotoğrafların izin alınmadan kopyalanması ve kullanılması 5846 sayılı Fikir ve Sanat Eserleri Yasasına göre suçtur..
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A shot I took at a well nearby. Placed my lens cap beneath the falling water and got this shot.
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The Peanuts Revolution

Wed Dec 3, 2014, 7:32 PM
Untitled-1 by techgnotic











Charles M. SCHULZ & Charlie Brown







Peanuts was the King of the Newspaper Comic Strips, its 17,879 4-panel strips running from 1950 until the death of the author/illustrator/creator Charles M. Schulz in 2000. Along the way there were the collections of reprints in paperback editions, the TV specials that have become annual holiday staples for several generations and two Peanuts-based Broadway musicals. That’s all very impressive, but what’s truly amazing is, that in this age of superheroes, the star of Peanuts, the longest continually running saga in U.S. history, is Charlie Brown, a born loser of a little boy with very low self-esteem.


Why did this “anti-hero” story become such an All-American phenomenon?







The 1960's was the Golden Age for Comics, in both newspaper strip and comic book forms.




Charles Schulz perfected the “4-panel gag strip,” originally imported from Japan, making “Peanuts” the formulaic template for the majority of newspaper strips. But the real revolution that Schulz was quietly contributing to was the radical change in social relations and assumptions going on in America at the time. The thoroughly likable kids whose stories he told lived in an extremely progressive environment for the times, never alluded to or commented on in the strip. It’s simply presented as unremarkable that Charlie Brown’s baseball team had three girls on it. (The most overtly political the strip ever got was in the “Charlie Brown’s All-Stars” TV special in which Charlie turns down sponsorship for his team to play in a real little league because the league wouldn’t allow girls or Snoopy as players.)
















Franklin, a African American, was introduced into the neighborhood and its all white suburban school with no comment and no problems.











Peppermint Patty was introduced as an athletically-skilled tomboy, raising speculation about her sexual orientation.













The genius of Charles Schulz’s Peanuts world was that either way, all of this was OK.


This casual rationality and goodwill toward all were the subversive sorts of “hidden” messages being imprinted in the brains of Schulz’s kid-readers for at least forty years. The 60s Revolution wasn’t only in the streets; it was right in the “Funnies” section of Dad’s paper at the dinner table.


People usually decide whether to accept another person’s ideas or attitudes based first and foremost on that person’s personality and then on what they “do” for a living. If a person is likable enough and their job or main avocation is impressive enough—then their politics can be given some consideration. But only if presented in the most intellectually and confrontationally non-threatening manner possible. Like in the words and actions of child-characters in a daily comic strip.


How many of us over the years were changed for the better by having been loyal readers of Peanuts? That’s the sort of revolution that really makes a difference in our world.









Your Thoughts




  1. Do you think “Peanuts” did a lot more for teaching kids to live in a civil society than it’s ever been given credit for?
  2. Do you think teaching tolerance, non-racism, non-sexism, etc. works more effectively when it’s simply shown in the example of beloved fictional characters, rather than shouted through megaphones in the streets?  Or are both forms of protest necessary?
  3. Which cartoon series, either on TV, in the newspaper or in comic books, do you feel had the most influence in shaping your earliest feelings and attitudes about societal relationships?
  4. Would you rather be taught by the musings of Bugs Bunny, Batman, Superman, Peter Parker, Obi-Wan Kenobi or the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – and why?










Peanuts was the King of the Newspaper Comic Strips, its 17,879 4-panel strips running from 1950 until the death of the author/illustrator/creator Charles M. Schulz in 2000. Along the way there were the collections of reprints in paperback editions, the TV specials that have become annual holiday staples for several generations and two Peanuts-based Broadway musicals. That’s all very impressive, but what’s truly amazing is, that in this age of superheroes, the star of Peanuts, the longest continually running saga in U.S. history, is Charlie Brown, a born loser of a little boy with very low self-esteem.


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Sunset over a sea of clouds
Windbruch Eibleck, Salzburg (Austria)
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75,000 strands of hair all moving around :faint:

3dsmax --> ornatrix --> massfx --> vray



80 frames @ 623x500 pixels

total render time: 22 min 21 sec


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El sexto homenaje* a las portadas del "Saturday Evening Post". En esta ocasión, los años 80 con CATWOMAN. Los que me conocen saben que tengo debilidad por este personaje desde siempre.

The sixth tribute* to the covers of the "Saturday Evening Post".  This time in the 80s with CATWOMAN. Those who know me, knows that I always loved this character especially.

Making & details in my blog --> ruizburgos.blogspot.com.es/201…

* ver el resto de la serie / check out the series:

WONDER WOMAN 1945 by RUIZBURGOS  JOKER and HARLEY 1942 by RUIZBURGOS  CLARK KENT 1938 by RUIZBURGOS  POISON IVY 1966 by RUIZBURGOS  ZATANNA 1964 by RUIZBURGOS


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© 2014 Juan Carlos Ruiz Burgos. Unauthorized use prohibited. No permission to manipulate/reference/commercial usage (of) this image will be given. Catwoman is property of © DC comics.
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thank you very much for your interest in my art..

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Listen to my heart, can you hear it sings?
Telling me to give you everything
Seasons may change, winter to spring
But I love you until the end of time- Come What May - Moulin Rouge

I was watching Moulin Rouge again after a very long time last week and i remembered the reason why i liked it so much .
Taken at Shutter speed 1/6 , f/2.8 and ISO 160 and used my 2 speedlites to create the rain effect NO TEXTURES USED .
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Software used: Apophysis

Do you believe in true love?
I had love on my mind when I created this fractal artwork. The flower is very delicate, soft and fragile. Like love. Flowers needs tending every day and the same goes for love. To me, true love is something we build over years of active involvment in relationship. What do you think about true love? Does it even exist?

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Adding a closeup of the flower's center ;)



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:camera: This photography is taken and edited by me

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Here is my little "The Magnolias of New York" gallery: [link].
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