Самодисциплина и познание Себя. Образ жизни определяет кто мы есть. Так получилось, что в начале своего жизненного пути я выбрал искусство. Сегодня я занимаюсь многими видами современного искусства, и организую вокруг себя людей.
Искусство Быть Собой. Сайт mikhaliuk.com
Фотография, хореография, путешествия, воинские искусства…
Хореограф- постановщик, учитель.
Организую фотопутешествия в разные места земного шара. mikhaliuk.com/Tours-of-amazing-places-on-the-planet
Не важно что я снимаю, Все мои фотографии несут либо смысл либо состояние (ощущения) Форма лишь продолжение моего духа и моей индивидуальности.
Я не постиг Себя, но я на Пути…
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The Society of International Nature and Wildlife Photographers (SINWP)
Congratulations to Hamish Scott-Brown with this image entitled ‘Sunrise over Flecknoe’
Hamish says’ I was scouting locations in and around my homeland of Warwickshire for some ‘Journeys’ related to my other business. (Photographic Journeys) It was shot at Flecknoe at dawn’
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Congratulations to Antony Zacharias with this image entitled ‘Storms at Penmon Lighthouse’
‘This image was taken of Penmon Point Lighthouse in Anglesey, North Wales as a stormy sky brewed late in the day in the distance.’
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Congratulations to Peter Jones LSINWP with this image entitled ‘Northern Lights’
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Haze and fog make mountains in Guilin, China look downright dreamy
The city of Guilin, China, offers visitors spectacular views of the rows of mountains at any time of day. Photographer Kyon.J perches atop the mountains to capture the extraordinary sights of the onlooking mountains, supplemented by the elegant winding of the Li River. With fog and haze off in the distance early morning, the landscape takes on a dreamy, surreal look. God rays break through from between the peaks, while during sunset, the mountains appear almost apocalyptic.
Guilin, China by photographer Kyon.J
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Paul James was 12 years old when his father, a photo journalist for the U.S. Army, gave him his first camera to try out. But his real passion for photography came later when his father turned his bedroom closet into a darkroom. Today, Paul James is a landscape photographer with his own photo gallery. His specialty is taking pictures of luminous, vivid natural spectacles at sunrise and sunset. For years he has sworn by the Vario-Sonnar T* 2,8/16-35 ZA. This high-speed wide-angle zoom lens gives him exceptional possibilities to compose images with extreme angles of view.