Due to health issues and my new job I wasn’t very active here on flickr lately. But finally found some time within my new job to head out for shooting winter trees. Just have to take care about copyright things now. I am the author of the image, but the copyright belongs to the media workshop I am working for 😉
These two trees sitting on top of a small hill I saw the first time back in last summer and was sure they will suit very well into a winter scenery. Winter hit us very late but then very hard with temps below -15C this year after a too warm start in january. I shoot these trees from several places, but this images seems to be the best from my view.
Oh and finally I had the chance to check out my new 5D MKII – what a difference … Read More
In clinical practice, the number of women easily identifiable as thyroid deficient has grown to epidemic proportions. Many have gone to their Doctors, have had the standard test; are re-assured they are fine, but are not. It seems the test is unreliable. Dr. David Brownstein in his book; “Iodine why you need it, why you can’t live without it”, quotes from a NHAES study showing iodine levels in the USA have dropped by 50% over the thirty years spanning from 1970 until 2000. Iodine plays a key role in thyroid health. More frighteningly he also points out low iodine levels in pregnant women have increased by 690%. Something is wrong, and we need to ask what!
In spite of massive spending on health care; money that mostly goes on pharmaceutical products, overall health is declining. True, acute disease has lessened significantly, but chronic illness has risen. Maybe, many of the … Read More
Leica M6 TTL 0.85 | Summicron-M 50mm f/2 | Kodak Ektar 100
Tagged: , 0.85 , 50mm , 100 , color , Ektar , Ektar 100 , Film , Kodak , Kodak Ektar 100 , Leica , Leica M6 TTL 0.85 , leicasummicron50mmf20v , Summicron-M 50mm f/2 , TTL , Kuwait , 19 , 15 … Read More
Women are often bombarded by fictitious media images about their lives and bodies, and find themselves subscribing to a lifestyle which only relates to a small minority. Most women are aware of these impossibilities yet they feel the pressure to continue to strive for the image of the “top model” and oh…… a size 4′.
Society shapes our body image. In some societies, a robust woman is viewed as being fertile and therefore admired. In the North American culture, however there exists an obsession to be thin and fit. Thinness is associated with high social class, with success, and with the ability to attract a man. The standard of white female beauty has become more narrowly defined and restrictive, making it nearly impossible to be thin enough, fit enough, or young enough. Society sets such high and unrealistic standards that no one can really fit the mold of the ideal … Read More