Le meilleur de 2013

Bonne Année 2014 !

L’année 2013 se termine et, dans mon projet de vous faire découvrir des photographes et des images exceptionnelles, 2640 articles ont pris forme. Vous avez visité à plus de 130000 reprises ces articles. MERCI ! Vous faites en sorte que ce blog existe toujours ! Et merci tout particulièrement aux photographes pour leurs belles images inspirantes et pour nous aider à apprendre à voir.

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Articles les plus regardés en 2013 :

Maria Valverde and Mario Casas by Bernardo Doral

David Beckham for Esquire UK September 2012

Appareils-photo: le plus populaire

Panasonic DMC-FZ200 (comme l’an passé)

Images avec le plus de clics:

A Visual Compendium of Cameras | Timeline infographic

popchartlab-camerasNatalia Zakonova

Tour multimédia TW1

Famous Quotes Wallpaper

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Le 10 novembre fut la journée la plus active avec 1176 vues. L’article le plus regardé cette journée:

Freedom by Jovana Mladenovic

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Heidrun Wehl by Julie Brass

Julie Brass for YLVA AW 13/14
The young label YLVA has been founded by Vienna based Claudia Lecnik who gets constantly inspired by the love for animals and nature. This love reflects into all her pieces combined with creative urbanism and handmade details. AW 13/14 collection photographed by the talented Julie Brass on a beautiful sunset evening in the Lobau featuring model Heidrun Wehl with hair and make-up by Agnes Veegh.

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Julie Brass Photography

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National Geographic photo of the day: Best of november

Photo of the Day: Best of November

natgeoproofnov00Photograph by Biswajit Patra, National Geographic Your Shot

SwannerySwans, Slovakia
Photograph by Norbert Nemes, National Geographic Your Shot

While walking along the St-Lawrence river, in Quebec city, I saw this skeletonSkeleton, St. Lawrence River, Quebec City
Photograph by Stephen Clough, National Geographic Your Shot

Nakameguro, Tokyo, 2013Cherry Blossoms. Nakameguro, Tokyo.
Photograph by Giovanni Pascarella, National Geographic Your Shot

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Lofoten – Amazing Arctic Circle Anomaly

Lofoten – Amazing Arctic Circle Anomaly
The archipelago of Lofoten in Norway is north of the Arctic Circle.  Yet throughout the year it has temperatures which belie its position.
This is because of the largest positive temperature anomaly in the world relative to latitude.
It makes Lofoten an unexpected delight – its early settlers must have thought they had stumbled across an arctic paradise.

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