25 places in Eastern Europe you must see in your lifetime

25 places in Eastern Europe you must see in your lifetime

Tallinn, Estonia
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Lake Bled, Slovenia
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The Hill of Crosses, Lithuania
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Plitvice Lakes, Croatia
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Moscow, Russia
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25 places in Eastern Europe you must see in your lifetime
more at Telegraph

Trees

Trees from the Smithsonian Photo Contest 2018

A day in the Japanese Gardens in Portland, OR
by Craig Bill
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A Tree Dreaming
by Christian Spencer
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Foggy morning on the lake.
by Robert Graham
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Swamp lands deep inside the Florida Everglades.
by Clane Gessel
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Surreal winter lollipops
by Matas Jūras
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Zion “Shoe Tree.” Zion National Park, Utah
by Kent LeFevre
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Trees from the Smithsonian Photo Contest 2018
more at Smithsonian Mag

AMB Photography Awards presented by Shimano

The winners for the 2018 AMB Photography Awards presented by Shimano have been announced!

Jason Beacham won the Light category with this flash-lit pre-dawn photo at Te Puia in Rotorua.
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The winner of Movement was Matt Wood with this photo of his mate and his trail dog.
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Close-Up was a category where we saw a lot of profile and detail shots. But it was this photo of a tiny frog on a bike, taken by Igor Schifris, that was voted number one.
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Jasper Da Seymour popped up again after getting 2nd in Close-Up, with this winning photo from Crankworx in Whistler in the Composition category.
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There could only be one photographer to earn the title of AMB Photographer of the Year. Congratulations Nathan Hughes.
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Photography is integral to what we do here at Australian Mountain Bike magazine. We rely on photos that do more than just show a bike, a rider or a trail. We need photos that tell a story, that create an emotional response, and leave us wanting to find out more about the location, or ride our bikes, or get on the phone to call some mates and plan an epic day on the trail. The right photos make us more stoked on our sport, and we need to make sure that’s exactly what we put in our magazine.
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AMB Photography Awards presented by Shimano
more at AMB Magazine

InstaStyle: Curate Your Life, Create Stunning Photos, and Elevate Your Instagram Influence

Gain Instagram followers, grow your personal brand, and influence others with your authentic personality, beautiful photography, and stunningly curated grid.

Instagram is the place where trends break, tastes are made, and brands are launched. Plus it’s packed with insightful analytics and handy business tools to help you elevate your social media presence to the next level.

Create, connect with others, and share the way you see the world! Whether your passion is fitness, fashion, food, or anything in between, you can turn that passion into a business, inspire others, and meet amazing people. Learn from Tezza (@tezzamb) and her friends how to tell compelling visual stories on the fastest-growing social media platform, with topics including photography tips, brand engagement strategies, and advice for finding management.

InstaStyle is a must-have guide for a booming industry, full of beautiful imagery and easily understood guides to help you achieve your Instagram goals. You’ll learn how you can create an immediately recognizable grid aesthetic and showcase your life while remaining true to your personal brand.

With contributions from successful influencers, you’ll be inspired to curate category-specific content to share with the Insta-universe.

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InstaStyle: Curate Your Life, Create Stunning Photos, and Elevate Your Instagram Influence
via issuu

This Is Now

Fifty years ago, a set of protesters opposed to the rampant objectification of women disrupted the Miss America pageant to become part of the misnomer called the Bra Burners. It became one of the many upheavals that are part of the modern women’s movement, which has today morphed into viral revolutions such as the #MeToo movement.
Over the years, these movements have changed the narrative and challenged patriarchal norms that stigmatised women for centuries now. Today, we need to opt out and re-evaluate the pressure society puts on us—on how to look, talk, behave, dress and live.
It’s time for us to not just challenge but also create our own narrative, our way.

DITCH THE LABELS

BE SELFISH

DROP A BALL

NO MEANS NO

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This Is Now
Photographed by Signe Vilstrup
Styled by Anaita Shroff Adajania
more in Vogue India