News Updates From Global Eye Photographers
Posted: 5/20/2013 6:15:25 AM
Back with some good images of The Kimberley and The Pilbarra as well as a few other places in WA including alot of aerial images of patterns after the rains and of running coastal river systems. New gallery for the aerial patterns and others coming featuring the amazing scenery and land formations ... Read Full Article
Posted: 5/19/2013 4:39:11 PM
One of our better known deciduous trees, the White Ash (Fraxinus americana) stands tall. Up to eighty feet tall with a straight trunk measuring up to two feet in diameter. While the tree itself may or may not be easily recognized, the end result of some of the lumber from it will always be ... Read Full Article
Posted: 5/18/2013 1:07:58 PM
Hi from Carlo Piccinelli.
Posted: 5/14/2013 3:50:20 AM
Hi from Carlo Piccinelli.
Posted: 5/2/2013 3:41:59 PM
I will be working in The Kimberley and Pilbarra for the next 2 weeks and hoping to capture some further images of the amazing 'outback'. The Kimberley is so diverse from red interiors to turquoise coastlines. The Pilbarra is humbling - the oldest landscape in the world - pre-evolution of ... Read Full Article
Posted: 4/28/2013 3:04:40 AM
Have now loaded some images from the Anzac Day parade in the city of Sydney. For more information have a look at my Anzac Day Gallery which has just been published. Read Full Article
Posted: 4/27/2013 8:08:19 PM
The beautiful Salzkammergut region of Austria has been a popular family-friendly tourist destination for hundreds of years. Wolfgangsee (Wolfgang Lake) and Schafberg (Sheep Mountain) make for a beautiful day-trip from nearby Salzburg.
Posted: 4/26/2013 2:06:22 AM
Just published a new lightbox entitled RELIGION. It has images of Christian churches, Hindu temples, Buddhist devotees and Cham Moslem children. Other Buddhist images can be seen in my Buddhist Gallery, more Hindu images in the Bali Gallery and several Chrisian images in my European lightboxes. Read Full Article
Posted: 4/22/2013 8:23:31 PM
On Saturday, Feb. 16th, 1813, in Officers’ Square in downtown Fredericton the 104th (New Brunswick) Regiment of Foot left on their historical march to Kingston, Ontario. Marching through one of the worst winters on record, they traveled the 1100 kms in deep snow and extreme cold. These poorly ... Read Full Article
Posted: 4/22/2013 5:21:45 PM
I have just published a collection of images from Banja Luka in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Only a brief stay there was enough to make me realise that this green city with its surrounds could be an interesting addition to any European travel itinerary. It has churches, stately buildings, university, ... Read Full Article
Posted: 4/17/2013 1:11:17 PM
Do the words "Freezing Rain" in your weather forecast send shivers up your spine? They probably do if you remember the ice storm of 1998 that put up to 5 inches of freezing rain across eastern Ontario, southern Quebec, the Maritimes and parts of the northern United States. Power outages ... Read Full Article
Posted: 4/8/2013 3:29:07 AM
The Sphynx is a breed of cat known for its lack of a coat.
Posted: 3/29/2013 4:40:11 AM
I've just added a lightbox of images of a customised 1997 TJ Jeep Wrangler going offroad in the forest south of Perth, Western Australia. This vehicle has an impressive list of modifications.
Posted: 3/26/2013 7:26:50 AM
Recently I posted an image and started a discussion on Linkedin about keywording. I asked what keywords came to mind when people saw this image. The answers represented a very broad spectrum of words ranging from coy and pensive to defiant and petulant. All faces have the same few elements, two ... Read Full Article
Posted: 3/25/2013 9:11:02 AM
I started to photograph dogs about a year ago as a hobby and quickly turned into a business.
Posted: 3/23/2013 6:58:57 AM
Asia encorporates a large number of countries and a diversity of cultures and religions. Parts of Asia retain the old, traditional lifestyle with alot of poverty and underdevelopment. Modern Asian cities such as Hong Kong Bangkok and Singpore have been established as modern, progressive and ... Read Full Article
Posted: 3/22/2013 4:42:35 PM
The land between Jones Falls and the proposed lockstation at Brewer's Upper Mills was mostly marsh with one small lake (Cranberry Lake). Starting about 1803, various people built mill dams and dams, raising the water levels, thus creating the Cranberry Flood Plain and a section, below Jones ... Read Full Article
Posted: 3/21/2013 2:17:52 AM
I have now uploaded the latest images from Bali - visited 2 weeks ago. There are none of Kuta and Legian or the resort areas- although there is an image of the Bali Bombing Memorial. Most images were taken up in the hills, on secondary, mountain roads or in the far eastern coastal area.
Posted: 3/20/2013 8:30:36 PM
Brewers Lower Mills, as it was know at the time, is the next lock station above Kingston Mills, heading to Ottawa. As it turned out, this was to be the worst built lock of all 26. It was poorly built due mainly to the malaria in the area. Work was done in the winter and spring that could be ... Read Full Article
Posted: 3/20/2013 10:26:00 AM
The beautiful Salzkammergut region of Austria, with its crystal clear lakes and pleasant mountains, has been a popular tourist destination for families for hundreds of years.