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the human essence
AN EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW - Gemmy Woud-Binnendijk is a Dutch fine-art photographer. Her work is inspired by Old Master painters.
magical portraits | my little piece of paradise - I am a self-taught photographer who has not yet stopped learning and experimenting. I started shooting in 2015 after I received my first camera as a present.
Colorful Uniqueness – Ian Ross Pettigrew
I'm a Graphic Designer who happens to take photos. Over 25 years as an Art Director makes a difference in my work. Of course, you can learn technical skills as a photographer, but having a great eye is what really matters.
States of Grace & The Patina Collection
I’m driven by a search for grace and the elusive glow of flow of the creative process; when the awareness of time and space disappear, the senses align, and my eyes and essence are engaged.
Experiencing Island in Black&White
Scott Probst, Born in Sydney, Australia.
The Iberian Peninsula is a geographical concept formed by Spain and Portugal, two geographically united countries but separately by an invisible border.
AN EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH JAMES HAYMAN
Some of Hayman's earliest photographic work took place shortly after the 1976 earthquake in Guatemala, where he went to aid the U.N.'s disaster relief efforts.
The Typhoon is the only vessel in the Mediterranean with the sole purpose to clean up the most inaccessible Greek coastlines, which has become, unfortunately, in some places a waste concentration.
AN EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH TREVOR COLE
It's a great pleasure to feature an exclusive interview with Trevor Cole, one of the most influential cultural & Travel photographers worldwide.
MICROSOFT FIXES CLOUD PLATFORM VULNERABILITY AFTER WARNING
Microsoft says it has fixed a flaw in its cloud computing platform that cybersecurity researchers warned could have enabled hackers to take over a cloud-based database product used by many big companies.
LEAVE NOTHING TO CHANCE
As a Security and Counterterrorism Expert, Michael Rozin is in the Business of Staying One Step Ahead of Modern Threats
Israel Made. American Tough.
MEPROLIGHT’S QUALITY CONTROL AND INNOVATION
Israel. Always Ready.
MOTHER OF INVENTION
FLEETING EATING Cherries for Chile Heads
A hot cold-fruit salad brings a sting of spice.
Young U.S. Jews Shift on Israel
Millennial and Gen Z progressives question American support of Israeli policies, a point of tension for the Democratic Party
Biden confronts his first foreign crisis
WHEN IS ALL THIS going to be over?
BOARD GAMES IN THE CLASSROOM
Gamers gather around a table to unbox a new board game or bring out an old favorite. Together, they enter into a unique experience of mental challenge, social interaction, and creative play — an experience that draws them together. But can this special experience have anything to do with learning? John Coveyou, founder of Genius Games, insists that it does. Whenever you take a seat around a table to play a board game, “your mind can’t not begin to pick up information about the world that the game is themed around.” Without a doubt, learning is part of the experience, but is it a big enough part to justify using board games in the classroom? If so, how can board games be best used for learning?
Pfizer deserves every bit of the credit it’s receiving. But should a drug company decide who gets a shot?