With general resemblance animals use colour to blend in with their habitat so that they’re almost invisible.Hiding under lily pads and blending into their environment these species of the animal kingdom are masters of disguise. With the ability to fade, blend and merge these animals use the art of concealment as a means of survival in the natural world.Animals use two basic methods to conceal themselves in nature: general resemblance and special resemblance. This is the collection of Camouflage Photography in the Animal World. Some animals have fragile wings, some have sharp teeth, some are predators, some chew on grass, they need them to survive. Even if harder to believe, some carnivores can be extinct pretty fast, if they don’t find an “intelligent” method of hunting.
People look very beautiful rather he or she will be white, black or brown but I believe that every person has beauty in his looking. But every one cannot see and feel that beauty but the photographer is that person who capture his beauty very clearly.Today we are going to reveal the magic of Black and White Photography. Although in Black and white photography the only colors used are white and black but these black and white images or photos got an exceptional enchantment that mainly focus on the feelings behind that image.You can compare black and white photos with the colorful designs and will find an unexplained charisma of black and white photos i.e. the ability of these black and white photos to communicate with the rather than the visual presentation.
Karl Bang is renowned as “The Master Of Modern Eclecticism”. In the work of Karl Bang can see the combination of the two opposing traditions the Chinese art culture and the expressive, emotional, European style. International fusion of styles and earned him the title “master of modern eclecticism.” Currently, his work is represented Richardsonskoy Gallery of Fine Art.Bang, Karl (Karl Bang) was born in Bong Ka in Shanghai in 1935. In 1984, the artist and his family emigrated to the United States, where he devoted himself to his passion – the beautiful image of the goddesses, and the ideals of feminine beauty of different races and cultures.
I have met many women who confess they want to be more creative, and have some fun with eye makeup, but really feel like they don’t know what they are doing. Because of this, they tend to be very conservative with their application to ensure they haven’t put in on incorrectly.Well, after reading over the information here, you will know what you need to do and how to do it. Nothing helps improvement like practice. Your application skill will get better as you become more familiar with which products, which shades, eye makeup colors, application techniques, eye makeup tips etc., that are most effective for you.Once you become familiar with the basics, you can increase your eyeshadow technique repertoire. Before we get into eye makeup tips & techniques, learn a bit about different eyeshadow textures.Here, you will find valuable information such as illustrated step by step diagrams, eye makeup tips & techniques and much more.
Most importantly you need to think long term. If you have the creative mind you have to come up with ideas daily or at least several times a week.Health is wealth and every body wants to keep this wealth always. Health, Food, Creativity focuses on health and wellness through creativity, a unique expression of each individual soul . And health is not found without having good diet. But in our busy life we do not have time to take proper food in time. Don’t play with your food. You’ve were told this over and over as a kid. Why? Why not play with your food? Why not make a mashed potato snowman? Why not test your hypothesis that peas will roll down celery sticks faster then carrot sticks. Why not attempt an abstract sculpture with what is left on your plate? Why do they want to suck the fun out of mealtime? I say play! PLAY PLAY PLAY! Play with your food. Enjoy it. Live a little – and loosen up. There is nothing wrong with a little food fun now and again.