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Full moon before and during eclipse

Last night was a white night. I hoped to have the clear sky to see the eclipse and my desire was fulfilled. After midnight the clouds were scattered and the full moon showed up in all its beauty. Is it still necessary to tell you that I have been looking at the sky from the […] More

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Macro Monday – Abstract macrophotography

Macro Monday again!  There is something exceptional in the macro photos. We can take them all over, outside or at home, if necessary.Abstract macrophotography is as interesting as any macro photography. This is more about color, shape, and texture.  Textures are everywhere. They are really easy to find and give us an infinite number of […] More

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Sky Sunday- Full Moon

This night we will have serious reasons to look at the sky. This night, the Moon completely falls into the shadow of the Earth and we will have total eclipse. Tonight, we’ll have the first full moon of 2019, and the first lunar eclipse of 2019  For now the sky is cloudy in Targoviste but […] More

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Saturday's Critters – Cross spider

I do not like spiders but they are interesting in photography, so whenever I have the opportunity, I photograph them. One of the most popular spiders in my area  is the Cross spider. All spiders of this species have five or more white dots on the back forming a cross-shaped drawing. This spider is a […] More

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Friday in Black and White – Beggars' faces

I love street photography because it captures real, emotional moments, lifestyles, and habits of people. Street photographs best communicate the atmosphere of the place they are taken.  Street photography is generally done without permission and without knowledge of the subjects. However, when I take a photo on the street I am very frustrated because I […] More

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Thursday reflection -The staircase

Reflections are all around us. It depends on us if we have eyes to see them. Before I started seeing the world through the  camera lens … I was completely blind. Hard to believe, is not it?  After that, I started to see everything through the eyes of a photographer.  I find  something  that gets […] More

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Wednesday Shadow – Shadows on a summer day

Light is the basis of all photography and we often forget that the absence of light is also important when we take picture. The alternation of lights and shadows in a photo can have stunning results on a composition, and if we keep our eyes open, we’ll find plenty of great opportunities to include shadows […] More

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Nature Tuesday – What is the name of this plant?

This evergreen ornamental bush, eternally green, is part of the Berberidaceae family and is native to the forests on the west coast of North America. It is a shrub that does not grow 1 meter taller, but tends to expand. The flowers are intense yellow, and the fruits are as in the picture above. This […] More

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Macro Monday – Freshly fallen snowflakes

Monday again! Time for new macrophotos.  First of all, I want to remind you what macro photography means. Macrophotography means photographing small and very small objects up to reproduction rates around 1: 1. The reproduction ratio is the ratio between the actual size of the subject and the size of its image on the sensor. […] More

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Sky Sunday – Sparks in the night!

“At night, they come without calling or bringing them, and when the day comes they disappear without being stolen. Guess what is it?” It’s one of the riddles I’ve heard from my mother in my childhood. Whenever I see the sparkling stars in the darkness of the night I remember this riddle. The darker the […] More

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