In this new episode, National Geographic photographer and Guggenheim Fellow Maggie Steber talks about her experiences photographing strangers in more than 70 countries.
This episode is the ultimate video guide to colonial Cartagena in Colombia. What do to, what to eat and where to go. Find the most instagrammable places in the city. A great vlog to prepare for a trip to this unique and magical city, located on the Caribbean side of the country.
As a photographer, I have always been fascinated with how ultrasounds can create an image of internal body structures such as tendons, muscles, joints, blood vessels, and internal organs. Did you know that the first ultrasound was developed to measure flaws in metal castings in the 1940s? I am also mesmerized by the fact that 3D ultrasounds can make live, moving images of a beating heart.
We know that many of you are itching to get out and explore the world, and travel companies like Colombia Photo Expeditions believe leisure travel will return and can be done safely. For this reason, they have designed a set of “Peace of Mind” natural history, birdwatching and photography tours that we think are the safest way to get you back out there when international air travel resumes
Dining etiquette around the world is intricate and can have regulations that are tricky to follow. While many are not mentioned in this article, it does not mean they lack importance. This read is sure to leave you hungry for more information, we encourage you to check out what the practices in countries around the world may be, especially if you plan to travel there!
As I come up with a daily bedtime story, I have become aware of an increase in my daughter’s dinosaur behests. Not surprising considering we now know that 900 dinosaurs existed. She is fascinated with the Tyrannosaurus, Velociraptor, and the Triceratops. I started asking myself why such intrigue? She learns these long names and repeatedly asks for information regarding the different kinds of dinosaurs. “How did they vanish from planet earth, dad? This is what science refers to as “intense interests” in the world of psychology.
Deadlines are mandatory when we race, and optional when we create. But do we really need them? The etymology of deadline is debatable, probably named after lines that did not move in times of war.
What truly matters is that they force us to arrange chores in order of priority focusing on our goals. They are the perfect aid to say no to non-meaningful goals.
How many times have you felt compelled to say no, but you ended up accepting a job or an activity because of FOMO? Or I should better refer to it as Fear of Missing Out.
Thinking that you are being left “out of the loop” can become a problem. There will always be exciting events happening elsewhere.
It is common to find great storytellers using conflict. By adding surprise; encompassing an enemy and a hero; and making it very visual to audiences, storytellers lure us into a perfectly crafted persuasion.