ARCTIC ICE PHOTOGRAPHY BY JANET LITTLE JEFFERS
Baltimore based photographer Janet Little Jeffers (facebook / flickr) - Through the viewfinder of a camera, Janet explores the unexpected and unexamined details of the natural and manmade world. Her photographs capture intriguing glimpses that may surprise the viewer, inviting a closer look at subjects that normally attract little attention. [see more “Arctic 2012”]
5 x 5 inches
One great reason you should always pack your camera in your carry-on baggage.
Photograph of Greenland From Above by Claire Marie Vogel on flickr.
For fystliago~ The prompt was knights templar/german armor, but I ended up going more of a dark knight approach. Those wings are hard to design around, and the first sketch wasn’t doing quite what I wanted (even though it showed the red cross). :)
Sans terrible beginning sketch, this took about 2.5 hours.
things i’m still not quite over #3524 cas watching heaven fall and probably feeling like 1000 different emotions at once and probably only knowing what like 5 of them actually are
…and miles to go before I sleep
Happy Season 8 Finale
Although moths can be pests, they are quite beautiful and mysterious aren’t they?
via nezartdesign taken by Bart Wursten
Yosemite Valley at Night - The mist on the valley floor reflects car lights driving through. Yosemite National Park, USA. (Phil Hawkins/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest) via Big Picture