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Yasir Mehmood said:

2015-05-28 20:20:44

Markus Varesvuo - Capercaillie In A Display Jump

Photography is one of the most critical and time dependent art, a photographer should have been so quick to take the on-time picture of rare incidents, this picture is one the best pictures of the world which shows expertise of photographer. following link of wallpaper site also contains some precious moments when photographer responded quickly to the situation. http://www.wallpaperlite.com/Free-and-colorful-wallpapers-category-wise.php?selectedCategoryID=7&selectedCategoryName=Animal%20Wallpapers

Yasir Mehmood said:

2015-05-28 20:03:26

Jonathan Lhoir - Spider web

Really impressive art, this artist should be appreciated, we always appreciate the creative artists by posting their art as desktop wallpapers, following is the some of the samples of art work done by different artists. http://www.wallpaperlite.com/Free-and-colorful-wallpapers-category-wise.php?selectedCategoryID=3&selectedCategoryName=Creative%20wallpapers

Yulia Vtyurina said:

2015-05-27 21:34:48

Yulia Vtyurina - May the forest

Thank you :)

Anonymous said:

2015-05-27 21:29:01

Yulia Vtyurina - May the forest

Thank you :)

Werner said:

2015-05-27 12:07:10

Yulia Vtyurina - May the forest

Sooo good!

Yasir Mehmood said:

2015-05-25 19:51:57

Michel D’Oultremont - Serenity

This picture is really a good and attractive image, it shows skills of photographer. the birds that are seen in this picture are looking awful. you can find same sort of attractive pictures for your desktop wallpapers at http://www.wallpaperlite.com/Free-and-colorful-wallpapers-category-wise.php?selectedCategoryID=7&selectedCategoryName=Animal%20Wallpapers

Sandra Bartocha said:

2015-05-24 10:24:20

Sandra Bartocha - Entanglement

Hi Lukas, true. I haven't explored this field to often myself. I guess it is because it is not immediatly visible. You need to see through the lens and work your perspective ... And most of the times the subjects look quite ordinary without the macro lens. ;-) But I will keep my eyes open in the future.

Lukas Jonaitis said:

2015-05-24 10:11:18

Sandra Bartocha - Entanglement

Beautiful picture, Sandra! I don't know why people don't usually photograph diffraction of spider-webs. It's so beautiful phenomena! Many different colors, forms and it's like complete natural art, you just have to find the angle and perspective as you say :)..

Werner said:

2015-05-24 09:21:48

Sandra Bartocha - Entanglement

Wow!

Sandra Bartocha said:

2015-05-24 09:03:41

Sandra Bartocha - Entanglement

Hi Harma, it's very simple ... it's the perspective ... seen the spiderweb from the side against the light produces these "flirring" colours ... :)