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Hey everyone!

I have always been fascinated by digital photography and have become quite a shutterbug over the past few years. I have often though that if we were to inspire others to protect the environment, why would you use scare tactics. I feel the best way to gain support from others around the world to protect the environment would be to show them how beautiful it is.

I want to create a photoblog that will show everyone how awesome the world is (like on the discovery channel song!). I want anyone with a camera who is interested to message me and we will create a photoblog that will inspire people with beauty to protect the environment.

I took this one just outside my house!

And this one in the winter.

Inspiration is everywhere (and a dSLR is not required to show it).

Thanks for listening! :)

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Comment by Emil Dimitrov on March 10, 2010 at 10:30pm
Count me in, mate!
Comment by James Antle on March 10, 2010 at 10:32pm
Excellent! I'll gather some information as well as a photoblog webpage. We just need a few more people now.
Comment by Emil Dimitrov on March 10, 2010 at 10:45pm
I have some friends with a passion for photography. If I can explain the initiative well they will surely join. The only possible problem is the lack of free time.
Comment by James Antle on March 10, 2010 at 11:29pm
That would be great! Lack of time is, or course, a factor. That's why I wanted a couple of people who can upload pics whenever possible because it increases the chances of newer images. Awesome though!
Comment by Comelia Tang on March 11, 2010 at 2:08am
That is really pretty! I never see anything like this, since I stay in a city...and someone used to tell me that beautiful and colorful sunsets are caused by pollutions in the atmospheres, which is pretty interesting.
Comment by Penny Lane on March 11, 2010 at 2:11am
I'd love to help. I live in Florida, and the land here is beautiful. I have some great pictures that I've taken while camping, walking around the beaches, or cruising through the Everglades.
Comment by James Antle on March 11, 2010 at 2:28am
@Cornelia.That's true. You get some interesting purples and blues from pollution as well. The bright reds and yellows come form unpolluted skyscapes.

@Penny Lane. Sounds great, I'll message you the info.


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