J’hésitais entre “Magnifiques Portraits de Femmes” et “Portraits de Femmes Magnifiques”… finalement ça va être ça!

Portraits par Dmitry Arhar

Katerina
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Dasha
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Kristina
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Ksenia
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Alena
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Portraits par Dmitry Arhar
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Landscapes and Cityscapes

Photography by Marek Biegalski

Sunbeam
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Brooklyn park view
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Manhattan sunset
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Rockabill Lighthouse
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Marek Biegalski
Landscape and Travel photographer
Photography tours and trips

more at 35photo

Air-to-Air Photography

In this special issue of ISnAP, we share with you air-to-air photography by our members. Our last issue on A2A photography was over three years ago and since that time our members have learned and capture air to air images through assignments, an invitation from pilots, attending workshops and learning from each other to capture the images you will view in this issue.

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Air-to-Air Photography
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Las floras… Dávidas de amor

Suave, delicada, mâgica e hipnotizante, ella abre sus pétalos y como una visión nos muestra la obra más perfecta, del pintor universal, como una dávida de amor.

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Flowers by Yamile Blanco
El Clik!
Revista de fotogarfía. Un placer para los sentidos
more at Issuu

Celebrating the Centennial of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act with Striking Bird Photography

Unveiling the 2018 Audubon Photography Awards Winners
The winning photographers and their stunning photographs were selected from more than 8,000 entries submitted by photographers from all 50 states, Washington, D.C., and 10 Canadian provinces.

Grand Prize Winner Steve Mattheis
Great Gray Owl
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Professional Winner Gary R. Zahm
Black-necked Stilts
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Amateur Winner Diana Rebman
Long-tailed Tit
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Youth Winner Liron Gertsman
Cobalt-winged Parakeets
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Professional Honorable Mention Donald Quintana
Red-winged Blackbird
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Amateur Honorable Mention Scott Suriano
Wood Duck
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Celebrating the Centennial of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act with Striking Bird Photography
more at Audubon

10 years of the world’s best space photography

See a selection of this year’s shortlisted images from aurorae and skyscapes to galaxies and the Moon. Read the story behind the photos through the words of the astrophotographers themselves.

Guarding the galaxy © Jez Hughes
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Earth Shine © Peter Ward
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Holding Due North © Jake Mosher
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Rigel and the Witch Head Nebula © Mario Cogo
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Guardian of Tre Cime © Carlos F. Turienzo
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Winners from the 2018 competition will be announced on 23 October. Sign up to our newsletter to hear the latest news and stories. Just let us know you’re interested in ‘space and astronomy’.
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Insight Investment Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2018 shortlist gallery
more at Royal Museums Greenwich

Abandoned

What does an award-winning photograph look like? It can range from an captivating portrait of a family member to a moon-drenched landscape to movement captured at just the right time. Our 16th Annual Photo Contest is now open for submissions, and we’re looking for the best of the best.

Abandoned Beauty
by Daniele Giddens
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Abandoned pick up truck watching traffic
by C M Burt
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America’s First Subway
by Justin Hamel
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Lost dreams on the Gulf Coast. A shrimp boat from Hurricane Katrina still stands tall even though it’s been left behind.
by Todd Lambert
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Crystal Mill
by Erik Johnson
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more from the 16th Annual Photo Contest at Smithsonian