Stella Maxwell by Gilles Bensimon for Maxim

Stella Maxwell by Gilles Bensimon
for Maxim June/July 2016

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Photographer: Gilles Bensimon
Model: Stella Maxwell
Styling: Caroline Christiansson
Hair: Johnnie Sapong
Make up: Maria Seccia

Maxim June/July 2016
via visualizing.fashion

Alan Sislen – Trees of Life

Trees
Soak up the sun
Affirm life’s magic
Be graceful in the wind
Stand tall after a storm
Feel refreshed after it rains
Grow strong without notice
Be prepared for each season
Provide shelter to strangers
Hang tough through a cold spell
Emerge renewed at the first signs of Spring
Stay deeply rooted while reaching for the sky
Be still long enough to
Hear your own leaves rustling.
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Think Like a Tree
by Karen I. Shragg

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Alan Sislen lives in Bethesda, Maryland and has been an avid photographer for more than 45 years.  Landscape photography is his passion and he has photographed in the United States, France, Iceland, Italy, Canada, England, Chile, South Africa, Botswana, Namibia and New Zealand.  Alan is a well-recognized photography educator (Photoshop, Lightroom, printing, and digital workflow) and is a frequent speaker at photographic events.

more at multipleexposuresgallery

Canon EOS-1DX Mark II | Banc d’essai

Médaille d’or pour un dieu du stade
2016, année olympique. Les deux dieux du stade viennent d’être dopés. Après le Nikon D5, remplaçant du D4s, c’est au tour de L’EOS-1DX Mark II de passer au labo C.I.
Pas de surprise, le potentiel de cette machine à images est énorme.

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Canon EOS-1DX Mark II | Banc d’essai
Chasseur d’images #385
Juillet 2016

See the Sea by David Doubilet

Meet the Master Photographer on a Mission to Help us See the Sea
Without photography, the world beneath the ocean’s surface would remain an unseen mystery for most of us. Thank goodness for David Doubilet.

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more by Becky Harlan
Photographs by David Doubilet
at nationalgeographic

W A T E R

WATER features Canadian artist Edward Burtynsky’s exploration of humanity’s increasingly stressed relationship with the world’s most vital natural resource. Between 2007 and 2012, Burtynsky travelled the globe, from the Gulf of Mexico to the shores of the Ganges, crafting an ambitious representation of water’s increasingly fragmented lifecycle. In enormous, color prints Burtynsky’s aerial images trace the various roles that water plays in modern life—as a source of healthy ecosystems and energy, as a key element in cultural and religious rituals, and as a rapidly depleting resource. Sometimes elegant, sometimes haunting, the abstract pictures hover between the worlds of painting and photography, forming a compelling global portrait of water that functions as an open-ended question about humanity’s past, present, and future relationship with the natural world.

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BENIDORM

BENIDORM

PAM_VeronaWalk-FloridaPhoenix Art Museum presents global portrait of water in new photography exhibition.

Steele Gallery
July 1, 2016 to September 18, 2016

WATER by Edward Burtynsky
more at phxart