Naturally Orkney named as the favorite Scottish Nature Photography Book

A book dealing with the wild species of Orkney has been brought up as Scotlands Favorite Scottish Nature Photography Book of 2014. The book – Naturally Orkney – is the work of Raymond Besant, a wildlife photographer and cameraman. It was published by The Orcadian previous year.

The vote via the internet is arranged every 2 years by Scottish Nature Photography Awards that celebrate wildlife, nature as well as landscape photography in that country. A leading website reported that Raymond Besant told that he is more than happy that Naturally Orkney has won this honor.

He loved working on the snaps, trying out all new techniques, observing animal behaviour, and also bringing Orkneys wildlife to a wider audience so they could relish this too. Read more »

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Bear tries his hand at photography

It was a sight to watch when a grizzly bear was found standing behind the shutter bugs in a pose that had striking resemblance to a human being.

This astonishing moment was captured by Jim Lawrence in British Columbia earlier this month. Lawrence’s image of the bear standing on its hind legs looking curiously behind the camera has startled people immensely in the social media. Its human like pose is worth watching.

Lawrence, while talking about this remarkable piece of art mentioned that the bear in the photograph was actually looking for its prey. In fact it was fishing for Kokanee (a kind of Sockeye salmon) and walking towards the stream. It was at this time that Lawrence arranged his camera at the opening of the bush with the desire of getting a photo of this mighty creature as it passed by. However the course of action that happened thereafter was beyond Lawrence’s imagination. The bear’s movement was unpredictable and to his utter surprises this grizzly creature crossed to his side and rushed towards the bank. Lawrence wasted no time and quickly rushed to the truck for another camera.

The common trait of all intelligent species thriving on earth is their curiosity and the bear is no exception. The IQ level of these species is equivalent to apes and also some people compare their level of intelligence to a 3 year old human. This particular grizzly who was on an exploring spree further confirmed this truth. Lawrence said that this bear approached cautiously towards the camera and sniffed out of curiosity. It then advance closer and inspected this strange object carefully. He studied the screen and buttons and also tapped on the strap. When the camera tilted upwards the creature looked in awe and didn’t wait any longer and headed towards his fishing. This unique photograph has been send by Lawrence to CBC Radio One’s B.C. Almanac.

Mary McCartney’s starry presentation

London based professional photographer, Mary Mc Cartney, 45, had launched a new book and the exhibition of her presentation at an elite party. The presentation of her work has been opened to the public and it encompasses a complete two decade of her family photographs. This includes her musician father, Paul Mc Cartney, her mother Linda Mc Cartney, her kid sister Stella who is a fashion designer by profession and other elite personalities like the English actor Jude Law, English model, actor and socialite Cara Delevingne and singer Morrissey.

Mary Mc Cartney had once said that she would always observer the people and their behavior and think in how these people got to the place where they actually are. She further said that she was interested in knowing the true story of people behind their struggle and wanted to portray through her pictures the hard work put in a performance or a fashion show to make it succeed. She hailed from a celebrity family and so had observer the effort taken by a crew of about 80 people to make the work a success. She even said that shooting may sound to be a glamorous event but one may have to bear the extremes of temperatures to make the event look so appealing.

In order to present this particular exhibition she has chosen 50 pictures that are on sale from about a total of 500,000 images. In the exhibition a book of two volumes containing 300 images has also been displayed, lovingly chosen by Mary and her protege Andrew. Among the many images there is a brilliant presentation of the image of a hand with a frog which belonged to Linda Mc Cartney, her late mother who was also a famous photographer. She attributes her passion of photography to her mother and says that she would not have been able to pursue her passion without her. This exhibition featuring monochrome and colored photographs will run till the 5th of December and admission is free.

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Steven Noroian, the North Andover fine art photographer, takes the highlight as this month’s featured artist at the Memorial Hall Library, 2 North Main Street. Noroian’s work that is on showcase in the 1st floor exhibit place, blends the latest digital techniques along with old and traditional photography to make what he explains as evocative and bold prints. With an eye for abstraction, he tells that he works to click the beauty of his surroundings via a very strong composition as well as magnificent color. All his works shows his love for architecture, landscapes and still life photography – saving the essential elements of Europe and New England on camera. For the last ten years, Steven has been an artist at the Brush Art Gallery, Lowell, where he has a studio to showcase his work and takes part in a yearly collective show.
Handmade things by the library are boasted in the level 2 display case this month. To know more on the exhibits, you can call – at 9786238401.
Following 4 years and almost fifty speakers, the High Tea and History event organized collaboratively with Andover Historical Society as well as The Center at Punchard is coming to an end. On Wednesday, the last tea would be poured, 15th Oct, at 2 pm, in the senior center’s 4 season room, 30 Whittier Court. Char Lyons, a local historian, would lead the final presentation.

Steven Noroian, the North Andover fine art photographer, takes the highlight as this month’s featured artist at the Memorial Hall Library, 2 North Main Street. Noroian’s work that is on showcase in the 1st floor exhibit place, blends the latest digital techniques along with old and traditional photography to make what he explains as evocative and bold prints. With an eye for abstraction, he tells that he works to click the beauty of his surroundings via a very strong composition as well as magnificent color. All his works shows his love for architecture, landscapes and still life photography – saving the essential elements of Europe and New England on camera. For the last ten years, Steven has been an artist at the Brush Art Gallery, Lowell, where he has a studio to showcase his work and takes part in a yearly collective show.

Handmade things by the library are boasted in the level 2 display case this month. To know more on the exhibits, you can call – at 9786238401.

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