Hummingbirds flap wings around at a rate of 50 time per second. They feed on nectar from the flowers. Image of this biff tailed coronet was clicked in Ecuador. Ecuador is filled with rain forests and cloud forests, which make it very conducive for the hummingbirds to make a habitat. To freeze these birds in flight I had to use the multi flash set up, When we landed in Guango lodge in Pappllacta, Ecuador we were surrounded by humming birds ,we had quicklyset up our multi flash units and started clicking the hummingbirds, this was the dream shot i was looking for and got it after clicking for few hours and few hundreds of attempts
A quiet sunset after a heavy storm in this charmful city (Dubai). everything is beautiful but repeatable, the scene lack for a special element turn it to a Unique scene. And then the storm start again and in a very special moment the heavy clouds clashed again to throw this lightining on the city, and luckly to crown it with perfection the lightining strikes the top of the highest and the most famous building on earth (Burj Khalifah).
The scientific facts says that lightning never strikes twice in the same spot, and this making me wondering. IS THIS MOMENT REPEATABLE
Yik Cheong Building or they call it Monster building is one of the photographic site in Hongkong. I was strolling around in this residential building when I saw one tourist and I asked him to jump over me so I can frame him in the middle of my shot.
This photo was taken using Huawei Mate 20 Pro mobile phone camera from 43rd floor of Aspin Tower in Dubai. I kept the phone adjacent to the glass window to capture the amazing reflection of Sheik Zayed Road in Dubai.
This photo was taken during the Holi in Nandagaon. Before going to more details I will explain a bit about the story behind Lathmar Holi.
Lord Krishna was born in Mathura, he grow up in Nandagaon and Radha from Barsana. Young Krishna was a very mischievous child. Being very dark himself, he was envious of Radha’s fair complexion. Once Krishna asked his mother Yasodha about the unjustness of nature, Radha was so fair and he was dark. Child Krishna began to cry as he asked this. To calm him down, Yashoda told him to go and smear Radha’s face with any color he wished. Young Krishna and his friends, at once, heed to what Yashoda advised. Naughtily, he and friends applied colors onto Radha's and her friends face in order to make it look like him. And Radha and gopikas hit them with stick.
The Indian traditional art forms wonderfully record and pay tribute to this legend and so was born lathmar holi.
And to achieve this photograph, we reached the temple in Nandagaon at 9 am and found a place to sit and from that time until the function finished we never leave our seat because of the fear of lost that place. That says from 9 am until 6.30 pm we sat in the same place and we leave that place after we finished our all photo shoots. Long 9 hours we sat on the same place and when I saw the photos in my computer screen it reminds me all that rush, struggle and real madness with color and water.
A visual picture of a park wherein it supposedly gives happines to children, yet nobody cares. It captured my attention to see how deeply nature is envolved in balancing the world. The bird can not rest and make it their home beacause it has no leaves. People don\'t want to even set under it beacause there\'s no shade for them. This figures that the world only care to something they are gaining from. If you can\'t contribute, then you\'re nothing.
"Sharjah is the third largest and third most populous city in the United Arab Emirates, forming part of the Dubai-Sharjah-Ajman metropolitan area. It is located along the southern coast of the Persian Gulf on the Arabian Peninsula"
Hvítserkur, otherwise known as the Troll of Northwest Iceland, is a 15 m (49 ft) tall basalt rock stack protruding from Húnaflói Bay. This "Bull" shaped rock stack attracts many tourists and Photographers due to the way the sun, moon, and aurora borealis reflect off of the flat water around its distinctive form.
EXIF: Nikon D850, Tamron SP 15-30 2.8 Di VC USD, 22mm, F/8, 133 Sec, ISO-64
Suspended between the two 40-story towers of the Umeda Sky Building in Osaka is this surreal escalator that looks primed for the prelude of a future Bond film. As of my time of visit in April 2017, this is currently the highest escalators in the world.
Dubai is the largest and most populous city in the United Arab Emirates . On the southeast coast of the Persian Gulf, it is the capital of the Emirate of Dubai, one of the seven emirates that make up the country.
Дубай - крупнейший город Объединённых Арабских Эмиратов и глубоководный морской порт, административный центр эмирата Дубай, важнейший торговый и финансовый центр ОАЭ и всего Ближнего Востока. Расположен на берегу Персидского залива.
No matter how many pictures i take this will always be my favourite not just because there is a beautiful women in this picture but because i see the pain and the story in her waiting for something which is never going to come back .
This image was taken in the mountains in Mongolia while I was living with the Dukha people. They care for their Reindeer night and day, they are their world and what they believe they were put on this earth to do
- Рейтинг фотографов по странам и городам строится на основе 3-х лучших фотографий автора и их относительной позиции в каждой отдельной номинации. Рейтинг в номинации "Мобильная фотография" учитывается в меньшей степени для формирования рейтинга. В списке показывается одна фотография автора с лучшим рейтингом.
- В списке опубликованы только работы которые прошли 2-й этап голосования.
- The rating of photographers by countries and cities is based on the three best photos of the author and their relative position in each separate nomination. Rating in the nomination "Mobile Photography" is taken into account to a lesser extent for rating formation. The list shows one photo of the author with the best rating.
- Only those photos have been published in the list that passed the second stage of voting.