Horse stampede in the sea

A glorious, breathtaking stampede of horses in the sea! This is a perfect scene for not only those who like horses, but for those who appreciate the incredible energy and power of animals. A single animal can prove to be powerful enough. Bring together the energy of several examples of the same animal, and you have boundless potential for that energy and power. Artists have captured this in their works for years, and this piece is no exception. Available in several different prints, or as an interior décor product, such as duvet covers, t-shirts, or shower curtains. (Jan Keteleer)

A glorious, breathtaking stampede of horses in the sea! This is a perfect scene for not only those who like horses, but for those who appreciate the incredible energy and power of animals. A single animal can prove to be powerful enough. Bring together the energy of several examples of the same animal, and you have boundless potential for that energy and power. Artists have captured this in their works for years, and this piece is no exception. Available in several different prints, or as an interior décor product, such as duvet covers, t-shirts, or shower curtains. (Jan Keteleer)

Artist: Jan Keteleer (JanKé)

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Next Service 100 Miles

When you take a look at “Next Service 100 miles” imagine that you are the driver of the 1950’s Chevy Fleetline and you’re on a road trip with the perfect partner. You’re in the middle of nowhere on your vacation away from home and you’re in need of gas as the next service station is over 100 miles away. Next Service 100 miles is the perfect painting to grasp the idea of a faraway place that existed decades ago. It combines all of the embellishments of a traditional 50s gas station meanwhile incorporating the perfect vintage shading around the frame of the painting. (Jan Keteleer)

When you take a look at “Next Service 100 miles” imagine that you are the driver of the 1950’s Chevy Fleetline and you’re on a road trip with the perfect partner. You’re in the middle of nowhere on your vacation away from home and you’re in need of gas as the next service station is over 100 miles away. Next Service 100 miles is the perfect painting to grasp the idea of a faraway place that existed decades ago. It combines all of the embellishments of a traditional 50s gas station meanwhile incorporating the perfect vintage shading around the frame of the painting. (Jan Keteleer)

Artist: Jan Keteleer (JanKé)

Website: www.janke.be
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Low Flying Hot Air Balloon

Hot Air Balloon
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With every moving object, photography is a challenge and this includes hot air balloons. Usually speed is not the issue, but altitude. This one however, came past our house low ans slow. I was able to get some good photos before I had to go round up our terrified dogs, who were sure the balloon was after them.
Trudie Bell
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Basket Patterns

Basket weave pattern
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When I went to the bead show with my camera, it was with the intent to stalk and capture the glittering eye candy that happens with sunshine and beads collide. Much to my surprise, there was a basket dealer at the show with a less glittery, but no less fascinating, type of eye candy. The intricate patterns woven into the baskets are just amazing.
Trudie Bell
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Blue Grosbeak

Male Blue Grosbeak perched in reeds
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Sandy-in-Alaska-100x-1001This little beauty is the male blue grosbeak, of course as with most birds the male is very colorful and showy and the female is a warm brown. These lovely birds don”t live in the Blue Ridge Mountains where I live. I spotted this one in Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge recently. This bright blue bird looks like an Indigo Bunting with epaulets.
Sandra Calderbank
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Summer Thunderstorm Clouds

Storm Clouds
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These clouds were some of the most amazing thunderstorm clouds I have seen this summer. Even though, I was keeping an eye out for tornadoes, the contrast of the dark and light in the clouds was glorious to watch. As summer thunderstorms are, these clouds were short lived. I was pleased to get a photo of them.
Trudie Bell
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Rowing over lake Ladtjojaure

Rowing over lake Ladtjojaure
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Arctic tern (Sterna paradisaea) flying over sunlit waterThe Kebnekaise area in Swedish Lapland is a fascinating place with its rivers, lakes and the beautiful and wild mountain ranges.
This rowing boat crosses slowly lake Ladtjojaure near Nikkaluokta.
Ulrich Kunst and Bettina Scheidulin
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Rigging on the tall ship Götheborg

The Swedish Eastindiaman Götheborg
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Arctic tern (Sterna paradisaea) flying over sunlit waterMasts and rigging on the Swedish replica Eastindiaman Götheborg.
The Götheborg is a reconstruction of the same-named Eastindiaman which run aground while entering Götheborgs port on the 12th September 1745, returning from a mercantile expedition to China.
Between 1986 and 1992 marine archaeologists explored the sunken vessel and from June 1995 until her first sea trial in May 2005 the reconstruction took place.
Now she is one of the largest fullrigged wooden sailing ships in the world, giving place to 80 people on board and meeting international safety requirements for ocean going vessels.
Already six month after her first sea trial she went on a journey to China, coming back two years later in June 2007.

Facts about the ship:
Length: 40,9 metres, including bowsprit 58,5 metres
Beam: 11 metres
Sail area: 1,964 square metres
Draugth: Stern: 5.25 metres, Bow: 4,75 metres
Ballast: 292 tonnes
Displacement: 1150 tonnes
Average speed: 5-6 knots, max. engine speed 8 knots

Ulrich Kunst and Bettina Scheidulin
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