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This website is part personal blog, part business directory and part publishing hub. The short explanation of all that is, this is my content management system that I use to publish all kinds of photography / photography-business content, that is then syndicated across the GlobalEye network. It also works as a kind of private business directory to help me keep track of all the...
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British Seabird Portraits

The rich, clear coastal waters of the UK support a dazzling array of seabirds, from auks and divers to gulls and waders, each with its own biological niche within the diverse habitats found around the UK coastline. This slideshow features the best of seabird portraits and showcases the beauty and diversity of British seabirds. [... You can view the original article...
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Antarctic Landscapes & Wildlife Photography

The frozen continent has intrigued and fascinated us for generations. While we see a lot more Antarctic images of it in the media due to climate change and global warming coverage, it’s still very much a mystery in so many ways. Here’s a small selection of Antarctic landscapes and wildlife photography that capture some of that history, mystery and spectacular scenery. [ Looking...
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You’ve Got To Love Penguins

There’s something amusing and engaging about penguins. Most people can happily watch their antics for hours. Perhaps because they usually have no predators on land, they are often fearless and inquisitive, and a joy to watch. There’s also a lot of them… 17 different species… though it might seem like there’s more than that, due to the use of local/common names for a single spec...
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Photos of the World’s Most Iconic Bird Species

No matter where you happen to live on this planet, there are some bird species that we all recognise. While we might not not the scientific names or even the exact species, their colors, shapes and behaviours are almost always familiar. Here’s a selection of beautiful photos of some of the worlds most iconic bird species… take a look and see how many you know. Wandering Albatr...
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30 Stunning Waterfall Images From Around The World

Here’s an inspiring selection of international waterfall photographs from selected GlobalEye Photographers showing that even the smaller, less-known cascades can offer some fantastic photo opportunities for a talented photographer… and great viewing for everyone else. If you’re a waterfall buff, make sure you keep count and see how many you recognise! Hopetoun Falls in the...&#...
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Freshly Roasted And Aromatic Coffee

Coffee is a beverage prepared from the roasted and ground beans of the coffee plant, typically served hot. Stimulate, refresh and accelerates the metabolism and increases the efficiency of thinking. So it is no wonder it is one of the most popular stimulants on the world without which most adults can not imagine the everyday functioning. In this gallery you will find pictures o...
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Black Perigord Truffle Hunt

Oberon NSW, Australia is the perfect environment to grow the Black Perigord Truffle. Hot summers and cold winters create the ideal growing conditions. This rare and delicate fungi with the most arresting aroma in the culinary world is in season from around June through to August each year. Take the journey and go on a truffle hunt, it is a truly great experience.Perigord Blac...
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Salisbury Cathedral, Wiltshire, Uk

Salisbury Cathedral, formally known as the Cathedral Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary, is an Anglican cathedral in Salisbury, England, and one of the leading examples of Early English architecture. The main body of the cathedral was completed in only 38 years, from 1220 to 1258. The foundation stone was laid in 1220. By 1258 the nave, transepts and choir were complete. The onl...
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Architecture In London

A collection of my best architecture and Cityscape photos I have taken in London. I consider the city as Architectural Photographer paradise. Having that variety of the old classic buildings to the modern glassy towers will inspire any Architecture Photography enthusiast. You can view the original article at: GlobalEye Stock Blog
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Granada's Alhambra

Known as the best example of Moorish architecture to be seen today, the Alhambra was home to the Moorish rulers of southern Spain in the 14th and 15th centuries. It is a vast palace and fort complex strategically located on a hill-top promontory overlooking the Darro River and present day Granada, that was declared a national monument in 1870. You can view the ori...
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Burrowing Owls Small Ground Owls Most People Don’t See

The Burrowing Owl a small but strong owl hunts mice and voles also insects like grasshoppers. This owl uses deserted burrows of other mammals to raise their young in they can be found in almost any type of field. In the month of April they start working their way back into the Utah area where they spend the summer and the easiest way to locate them is to watch the fence lines a...
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Katherine Gorge Dreamtime Cruise

A trip to the Northern Territory is not complete without visiting the spectacular Nitmiluk Gorge. Open all year round, it features some of the most stunning gorge scenery in the Northern Territory, with raging waterfalls, a myriad of wildlife and breathtaking views of the Jawoyn country. Nitmiluk Gorge winds along 12km of sheer rock extending more than 70m high. Consisting of 1...
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Tropical Mission Beach And Dunk Island

Mission Beach is a natural midway point between Townsville and Cairns. It is an unspoilt tropical paradise of World Heritage rainforest fronting 14 kilometres of golden, sandy beach. The relaxed nature of Mission Beach makes it a great place for all sorts of travellers to visit. Whether you are a family seeking calm, safe waters for your kids to swim in or a backpacker on your ...
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People Of Zambia

Traveling through Zambia was one of the most incredible experiences of my life. They have not much but are always happy, cheerful and friendly. Visiting a Sunday afternoon soccer match or waiting at the Zambezi river ferry, Zambia is such a vast and amazing country and offers so much. This country and its people grip your heart. Zambezi Sunset. Sunset at the Zambezi river with...
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Colourful Houses Of Burano, Italy

These images showcase the bright colours, textures and details of the houses in Burano including window shutters, chimneys, canal mooring poles, boats, reflections, lamp posts and more. Burano is an island in the Venetian Lagoon, northern Italy; like Venice itself, it is an archipelago of 4 islands linked by bridges. It is a popular travel destination known for its lace work an...
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Fairytale Macro World by Polish Photographer Magda Wasiczek

Magda Wasiczek is a flower & nature photographer based in Trzebinia, Poland. The link below goes to a selection of her macro work that's truly inspirational. I find that a lot of photographers shooting macro tend to get too caught up on the techniques and their equipment and forget that it's still all about the subject matter and what you want to say about it. This is espec...
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LinkedIn Profile Infographic: Create A Kick-Ass LinkedIn Profile

This incredible LinkedIn profile infographic goes through every step to have a great LinkedIn profile that will attract and engage your ideal clients.globaleyeimages's insight:Following up on LinkedIn's new ProFinder service, here's a handy guide for anyone who hasn't set up a profile yet.See it on Scoop.it, via Stock Photography Business
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