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Best of OctoberBest of October by Photography-Inc
The Judge by OlgaAthens sensual by zieniu by zieniu I am the pattern the plague and the prison by JulijaJan
Falling Autumn by Neddy-M-Madique be aware by Carlotaarmengol Dark Beautiful by Ann4l3n4
Scenic View by joeisrad83 The song by lesyakikh
_ The Spell _ by EYELIGHTZONE Went Dreaming by nina-Y funeral bride by illdispose
Milk Bath by HexPhotography Tera Phoenix @ Twisted Tuesday by AJHege Fallen by NNarcissus
Untitled by La-chatelaine Golden Wedding Anniversary by nettocastro INRI 03 - by David Kawena by davidkawena
Dead-end street by vodj
Chun Li cosplay II. by EnjiNight From dawn to dusk by olivier-ramonteu Betty Boop cosplay by altugisler
Meet the mighty Glacier by JasperGrom Watery Grave by erezmarom Glaciers Melting In The Dead of Night. by JasperGrom
Sunrise by Nejc-K New World by KRHPhotography Mountain Spring Sunset by AlecsPS
Collision In The Thermosphere by Trichardsen Evening Light in Serengeti by SindreAHN Existence by WelcomeHomeJane
Buttermere Trees by scotto Nymphaea alba by ChiiHw Secluded by m-eralp
Toxic Sunset by PeterJCoskun Herbst In Der Saussbachklamm by Saber1705 Halcyonic Flow by DMMDesign
Sky under my legs by Antrisolja The peg leg of Capt. Ahab by matze-end Autumn in my Heart by Oer-Wout
Lone Tree in Field by mreinig :thu
October Feature!October Feature 2013October Feature! by OutbackReality
And we find ourselves at the end of yet another month. This one felt like it took forever, but now looking at where we are, I can't believe how fast this year is really going. There's only two months left of 2013!! It's unreal!
There has been some really incredible photos submitted this month, it was very difficult to choose!
These are superb photographers, so please do spare a moment to check out their galleries. They deserve it!
2013-104 Tinuviel by W0LLE snow owl by creativegrafix
Silent Waters by Oer-Wout
PE: Profile Presentation: Tips and TricksProfile Presentation: Tips and TricksPE: Profile Presentation: Tips and Tricks by SimplySilent
Your profile page can say quite a bit about what kind of person you are, and having a well-designed profile page will help ensure that your visitors leave with a good impression of you and your work. And if you do a remarkably fabulous job at designing your profile, people will not only be impressed, but they will also keep coming back to take another look. In this article, I will go over some useful tips and tricks for making your profile look professional but also personalized!
This article is mostly directed towards Premium Members, but non-Premium members can still use some of these concepts to personalize their page.
In addition, for those who are new to profile decoration, I highly suggest reading my Decorating Your Profile tutorial first, as it goes over important basics of profile decoration.
Basic Design Concepts
Before we get started,
Firstly thanks for dropping by my DA gallery and checking out a few of my photos / work.|
So who am I?
Well I'm from the UK and love all forms of art and photography. My artistic interest first started with creating customised forum signatures. This progressed to digital art creation and ultimately into a keen interest in photography and photo manipulations.
I'm now a climbing guide writer and get to transfer my above enthusiasm into publications. This passion for climbing, mountaineering, exploring and photography has lead me to some stunning locations and situations. I have attempted to capture some of these frozen moments and they can be found in my gallery. I hope you enjoy viewing them as much as I enjoyed taking them.
I still have much to learn and in no way regard myself as a professional photographer; all feedback, critiques and comments are more than welcome.
If you're interested in contacting me, feel free to do so here, on Facebook, or by email at: JamesRushforth@hotmail.com. I look forward to hearing from you.
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Creativity is allowing yourself to make mistakes. Art is knowing which ones to keep. (Scott Adams)
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My landscape photos
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