Photo by Matt Palmer on Unsplash

There are amazing photos that go around on the internet, whether they be from personal photographers, or from free photo websites, or social media. As I browse through the various photos on the internet, I see some that just need special recognition. This week’s “PHOTOS OF THE WEEK” is a collection of photos that I have randomly collected to show you. They are all just amazing photos, and some are somewhat newsworthy. The above photo, I thought, was a photo of the crazy fires going on in California and Oregon, only to find out that this a photo of the fire in Tasmania last year (2020). The face of the world is changing with these fires, and some great photos have been coming forth from those fires.

Here is some more amazing photos, I am sure you will enjoy:

Photo by Andy Vu from Pexels
Pexel Photo by Trace Hudson
Fashion models of the avian world © webguzs/Getty Images —— Striking plumage, dramatic tail feathers, long down-curved bills, that indefinable certain something… You can see why bee-eaters are considered among the most beautiful of birds—and highly prized by photographers. There are about 25 species of bee-eaters that live throughout tropical and subtropical parts of Europe, Asia, Africa, and Australia. They”re medium-sized and both males and females sport similar jewel-toned plumage. This group perching in Mkomazi National Park in Tanzania is mostly made up of the northern carmine variety—with blue-green heads and mostly red bodies—plus a few European bee-eaters seemingly for accent color.
Photo by Sajad Nori on Unsplash
Go to this website now and get a sneak peek of what is to come:
Photo by Jeremy Bishop from Pexels
Old Farm implements still standing – Photo by Lanny Cottrell / 123Photogo
Photo by Baptiste on Unsplash
Photo by Andreas M on Unsplash
Photo by Daniel Mirlea on Unsplash
Photo by Marián Šicko from Pexels

Starting Monday, August 16th, don’t miss a special series of blogs, on all the major camera manufactures…. their history, the company, their cameras. Very interesting details of each camera company. See below:

A Pexel Photo by SNAPWIRE
A Pexel Photo by Pixabay
A pexel Photo by Pixabay
Photo by Kourosh Qaffari from Pexels
A Pexel Photo by Filckr
Photo by mark broadhurst from Pexels
Photo by jonas mohamadi from Pexels
A Pexel Photo by Pixabay
Photo by Jenna Anderson on Unsplash
Photo by Osman Rana on Unsplash

Don’t miss tomorrow’s blog! The last of “50 subjects in Photography”. All 49 have been done, and this would be the last one of this series. I hope you will enjoy this one on “A series of 3 related Photos”. See you tomorrow!

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