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Birds of Paradise

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Sep 18, 2014
Birds of Paradise

Birds of Paradise

Deep in the isolated wilderness of New Guinea lives extraordinary beauty as you have never seen it before. It pours from within the existence of 39 species of birds found nowhere else on earth. For over a decade, Ed Scholes, a Cornell Lab scientist, and Tim Laman, a National Geographic photojournalist, took on the Birds-of-Paradise project – an incredible journey to capture the majestic splendor of these birds. Mother Nature is full of abundance and boundless wonders. When we are in tune with nature, it connects us back with those universal creative powers and healing energy. Let the birds of paradise dance, parade, and serenade you with their extraordinary ornaments and plumes.
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Tom Carter’s Epic Journey Through China

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September 18, 2014

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Tom Carter's Epic Journey Through China

Empty pockets never held anyone back. Only empty heads and empty hearts can do that.

– Norman Vincent Peale –

Tom Carter’s Epic Journey Through China

Tom Carter’s wanderlust had taken him through the entire length of Mexico, Cuba, and Central America. To continue seeing the world, he decided to teach English in China. Working in this role for a few years non-stop allowed him to save up just enough to traverse the country. Equipped with a digital camera, listening ear, and no agenda, Carter unwittingly ended up creating the most comprehensive book of photography on modern China ever published by a single author. This epic journey taught him much about the people of China, and the unscripted photos have much to show the world about this global superpower of a nation. { read more }

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Treat today like an epic journey. Whether you are walking to work or cycling to the market, notice something new or subtle and take a picture of it.

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