Landscapes by Jaskuła Jan

Photography has become my passion, which I devote to practically every free moment.
Fotografia stała się moją pasją, której poświęcam praktycznie każdą wolną chwilę.
I try to capture the unique moments created by nature. Thanks to photography, they stay in memory for longer.
Staram się uchwycić niepowtarzalne momenty jakie tworzy natura. Dzięki fotografii zostają one na dłużej w pamięci.
I hope that there are still many new undiscovered places and situations in front of me.
Mam nadzieję, że przede mną jeszcze wiele nowych nieodkrytych miejsc i sytuacji.
—Jaskuła Jan Fotografia

Windmill
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Spring
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Gdynia
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Jamnik
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Mill
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Landscapes by Jaskuła Jan
more at 35photo

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Along the Road, Travel, Nature …

Along the Road, Travel, Nature …

Road in New-Zealand
by Trey Ratcliff
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Crohy Head Sea Arch in Ireland
by Trevor Cole
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Thailand
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Cherry Blossoms in Japan
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Guilin, China
by Trey Ratcliff
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Road Landscape
by Andres Nieto Porras.
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Along the Road, Travel, Nature …
and much more at Wallpapers Wide

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Sigma D-Photo Amateur Photographer of the Year

Take a look at the latest batch of beautiful entries to the Sigma D-Photo Amateur Photographer of the Year competition. With more than 3,500 entries overall, it’s definitely getting harder to pick out our favourites! What you see here is just a tiny proportion of worthy entries.

Still Life — Claire Fahey
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Creative — Matt Kirk
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Monochrome — Andy Cole
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Architecture — Carl Richardson
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Landscape — Jo Bryant
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Welcome to the 2019 Sigma D-Photo Amateur Photographer of the Year competition!
The competition is now open for entries!

There are 11 categories to get involved in, and we’re excited to welcome new additions Astro, Still Life, and Portrait.

There are great prizes to be won for each category, plus the fantastic grand prize winner’s bundle from Sigma.

Entries close 11.59pm on Sunday, 23 June 2019.

details at D-Photo

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Discover 20 of Kyoto’s highlights and hidden gems

Timeless, elegant, tranquil: It’s no wonder Kyoto attracts almost four million international tourists a year. Japan’s capital from the eighth to the 19th centuries, the city was spared major damage during World War II and retains its architectural heritage and old-world charm.

In today’s Kyoto, deep-rooted traditions thrive in a 21st-century metropolis. The ancient temples, inspiring nature, bustling markets, contemporary art scene, and culinary culture beckon travelers of all types to explore the city’s hidden treasures.

by Harrison L.
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by M. Hiroki
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by Nguyen Quang Hung
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by Andrew Lewis
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by Marc Stapelberg
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Discover 20 of Kyoto’s highlights and hidden gems
In this historic city, age-old traditions mingle with a modern metropolis.
by Nano Betts

more at National Geographic

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61 Photographers Celebrate Earth Day With Creative Shots

We are excited to share the finalists of this opportunity to see how photographers capture our planet …
We believe in being responsible and helping our planet, that is why we have a partnership with Eden Reforestation Projects where we help plant 5 trees for every PRO and PRO+ member of our community.

“you with little faith ” by artemiopascua
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“Asian leopard ” by spicspics
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“Waterfalls in Autumn ” by AutumnOaks
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“middle of no where ” by rock_and_nature
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“Spotted Owlet ” by avkash
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61 Photographers Celebrate Earth Day With Creative Shots
more at viewbug

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Point of View

Not all photographs need to be taken from our eye level – nor should they.
Changing your viewpoint is not only a great way to enhance composition, but it might also make your photograph stand out from all of the other eye-level views made of a similar subject.
Use your freedom to your aesthetic advantage and make images from creative viewpoints.

by Asle Haukland
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by Nathalia Nigro
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by Elena Karetina
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by Andy Fowlie
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by Kishor Patel
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Point of View Challenge
more at GuruShots

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40 ans de photoreportage

Ce numéro de GEO Collection fête le quarantième anniversaire de GEO avec une sélection des photos les plus marquantes de l’histoire du magazine.

De la première, en 1979, à la quarantième, en 2018, vous découvrirez les images qui ont construit la mémoire, une évolution des lieux où elles avaient été prises et des situations qu’elles évoquaient. Ainsi que des entretiens avec nos photographes et un florilège des récits d’écrivains célèbres publiés dans nos pages. Enfin, un éditorial des trois rédacteurs en chef qui ont dirigé le magazine avant Eric Meyer et bâti un regard propre à GEO.

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GEO Collection
Le monde vu par les grands photographes
Spécial Anniversaire
Les photos les plus marquantes de GEO
40 ans de reportages
via geo.fr

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