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The Political Cardinal The Cardinal was chosen as the state bird for these seven states: Illinois, Ohio, North Carolina, Indiana, Kentucky, Virginia and West Virginia. According to the Illinois State Museum, In 1928 an election was held between five birds for the honor of being named “State Bird of Illinois”. The Macomb Branch of the […]

clipped from www.zoriah.net ? Zoriah/www.zoriah.com : blog use permitted : use credit : link to zoriah.com : permalink to this post ? ?On a narrow street in a slum area of downtown Istanbul a group of Iraqi men gather under the neon glow of a floodlight.? This is the Kumkapi neighborhood, frequented by refugees and […]

Adobe has announced the launch of an online photo storage and manipulation tool. The public beta of Photoshop Express marks the arrival on the internet of the probably the world’s most recognizable image processing brand name. Photoshop Express allows users to non-destructively edit and enhance their images, which can be pulled and pushed to and […]

We need more people like Gilbertson to tell the real story. The truth about Iraq is out there. clipped from www.theage.com.au ASHLEY GILBERTSON got out of Iraq but he can’t get the place out of his head. The Melbourne-born photojournalist has dodged bullets, mortars and white phosphorous in his eight visits to the country over […]

Gallery Show, originally uploaded by louis dallara. I have my first gallery show at Medford Leas, New Jersey. If you are in the area please stop by and take a peek. Medford Leas Gallery is off route 70, near the Medford circle. I really enjoyed printing and mounting my pictures for display. Like this:Like Loading…

clipped from www.nytimes.com Since its 2003 survey of Thomas Struth, the Metropolitan Museum of Art has been getting serious about photography. In 2005 it presented a Diane Arbus retrospective and, in a stunning move, acquired more than 8,500 works by absorbing the Gilman Paper Company Collection. Last spring it offered a glimpse of video and […]

a great shoot by Scott Kelby. clipped from www.scottkelby.com Here’s one from last night’s shoot at Glacier (click for a larger version). It was raining pretty steadily last night, so our sunset shoot was out, but when it rains it’s the perfect time to shoot streams (you can get that silky water from long exposures, […]

clipped from www.dpreview.com Just posted! Our latest hands-on preview of the very latest as-yet unreleased digital SLRs continues with the Nikon D3, the bigger brother to the D300. Nikon’s first full-frame digital SLR also features live view, a high resolution three inch LCD monitor and HDMI output. See how the D3 is shaping up in […]

clipped from www.dpreview.com Just posted! Our detailed hands-on preview of the Nikon D300 digital SLR. Our preview covers the design of the camera, control layout, operation use, displays and menus. Also included is a closer look at the D300 implementation of live view including videos of it in use. We’ve also explored HDMI output and […]

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