50 Photos of the Day by National Geographic vol. 6

Yes, it’s already the 6th edition of 50 photos of the day by National Geographic we’ll be presenting on Cruzine. At first we thought we’ll give it a try, but since you all love Nat Geo, we decided to continue and now we try to deliver one such set every single week. Well, we all know National Geographic photos are unrivaled … so no wonder you like it so much. Let’s take a look at the highlights. It’s hard to pick something from these, as all them them are brilliant … you can imagine how many photos enter this competition every single day. These 50 are already filtered down from 1000′s of photos. But hey, we’ll give it a try. I like the Horses, Montana by William Albert Allard, Birds Sitting in the Fog by Roger Becker, Skunk Clownfish and Sea Anemone by David Doubilet, Sooty Albatross, South Georgia by Paul Nicklen and the Licancabur Volcano by Hugo Machado. I would be glad to hear your voice on what you like … so don’t hesitate and drop us a comment after you’ll go through this beautiful collection. Enjoy!

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Dog Portraits by William Wegman

It was while he was in Long Beach that artist William Wegman got his dog, Man Ray, with whom he began a long and fruitful collaboration.


Hidden life of insects by Suren Manvelyan

Amazing macro insect photography by Suren Manvelyan from Armenia. Enjoy :)

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35 Macro Photographs That You Will Love

Macro photography is not an easy task to do. Macro photography is a different style of photography, basically it is a close-up photography, in which the photographer try to show us the parts of little object which is not possible to see from naked eye. In modern use it refers to a finished photograph of a subject at greater than life size.

To achieve results alike, you will need a macro lens. This lens is capable of reproduction ratios greater than 1:1, although it now refers to any lens with a large reproduction ratio, despite rarely exceeding 1:1. “Patience is a virtue,” and you will certainly need it to capture great shots. Today we collected some stunning examples of macro photography, enjoy!

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Daily Inspirations no. 399

Hi guys … hopefully you had a wonderful Easter holiday! When speaking for myself, after four days off I do have problems switching back to work mode. Not sure if it’s the lazyness or spring fever :). Anyway, got to beat that as there are many people out there dependant on our daily inspirations .). So let’s take a look what’s new out there. From today’s photography do not miss the Sacred Eve / Part 2 as well as the black tribal woman few spots below. There are actually several of them, so I am speaking of the first one. Again you may expect a strong illustration section with several hot artworks such as the illustrations by Dave E. Phillips and Roberto Pena or the Girl portrait by crowgod. If you like spooky artworks, make sure to check the Skull by Ali GULEC. You’ll find that one in our Art / Digital Art section. If you like blink – blink and watches especially, check the 5 mil watch by Hublot. Wondering what rapper is wearing those already. If you like user interfaces, there is a nice one at the bottom in the freebie section. Go get it! Enjoy!

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Black and White Animal Photography

I am sure many of you were already curious what we’ll start with after the holidays. Well, we decided to go with the animals. This time though, you may expect black and white animal photography instead of full color. I am sure you’ll appreciate the higher contrast black and white photography offers mainly when checking the Dark Zoo photo set by Nicolas Evariste. The Dark Zoo animal set if one of the best I’ve ever seen, so if you want to see more … just follow the links. Of course Nicolas is not the only author featured today … there are more quality authors worth presenting. Make sure to check Nick Brandt‘s photos as well as unusual and funny photos by Tim Flach. Anyway, there is more than 50 of them … make sure to scroll through and drop us a comment. Enjoy!

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Amazing high resolution wallpapers

I always try to find the best inspirations to share with you. This is a great collection of Amazing high resolution wallpapers, improve your creativity, and prettify your screen

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Pets Portrait Series

Amazing Pets Portrait Series photography….very funny….


Low-Cost Cremation Of Pets Preferred Over Burial As Downturn Persists In US

Pet owners in the US are looking at the lower-cost option of cremation rather than burial of their deceased pets as the economic downturn continues to affect them. A report by the Los Angeles Times states that pet owners are lured by an $80 expense on cremation as compared to a burial, which is $800 on average. There are about 291 pet cemeteries and pet crematories in the US that offer both burial and cremation services. However, most cemeteries have suffered due to the economic crisis as pet owners have started opting more for cremation services.

The Sea Breeze Pet Cemetery in Huntington Beach, California, which opened in 1961, is one such cemetery that has faced the crunch. Some of its customers, who had pre-selected memorial property for their pets, ended up going in for cremation. The cemetery now provides cremation services for pets and returns the remains to owners in an urn. To benefit the maximum from cremation, the cemetery also sells these urns, which are available in different styles and sizes to choose from.

A memorial is seen at a pet cemetery in Huntington Beach, California, April 4, 2012. The cemetery opened in 1961, and is one of 291 pet cemeteries and pet crematories in the US. An increasing number of pet owners are choosing the lower-cost option of cremation because of the economic downturn, according to the Los Angeles Times. (REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson)

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Glen Milner – Alone in a Nuclear Zone

Glen Milner Alone In A Nuclear Zone

Naoto Matsumara is the only resident living in the 20km exclusion zone around Fukushima nuclear power plant. He has refused the government’s plea to leave his hometown of Tomioka as he vows to take care of the animals left behind. The high levels of radiation meant that all 16,000 residents were evacuated in 2011 when the earthquake caused a nuclear meltdown at the nearby power plant. A year on, Naoto still vows to stay on.
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The Crab by Kenyon Manchego

The Crab
Still life photography
Photographie nature morte.
Photographe : Kenyon Manchego


Bug on a Bike

Beautiful, detailed capture of a praying mantis by Tustel Ico.

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JLB ATHLETICS – Interview with (British Record Holder) Montell Douglas

An interview with Montell Douglas
100m British Record Holder
Twitter : @MontyTrackStar

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Filmed with a Panasonic GH1 / Edited on the 27″ iMac using adobe premiere pro and after effects CS5.5. You can find me on twitter @Phillyatchi & Facebook


Enjoy this cool #267 Saturday daily inspi­ra­tions for all DYT read­ers :) with great pho­tos and artworks.

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Sarah Illenberger

Here is the work of the German artist Sarah Illenberger. Since 2007, she launched is own studio, and she already works for a large client range with…
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