Congratulations! We’ve selected your House No. 12 image for the Your Art Gallery Exhibit at Photoville! We will be featuring your image among some of our other YAG artists, including full credit and promotion of this image. We will also include your Artist bio from our site…
Although I know it’s not always possible, we would love for you or any friends you have in the area to stop by to say hello. All the details for the event are here: http://photoville.com it’s free and registration isn’t required in advance.
We’re so excited to have you as part of this amazing event!
I’m very glad to let you know that you have been published in yearbook X. This is the last and final of our photo books so it’s an especially big honour to be published this year. Make sure to claim your copy as soon as possible since they ran out quickly last year and it’s printed in a small limited edition of only 500 copies. You can order the book here: https://1x.com/books
An interesting image of which I can see a red vehicle although I feel it would benefit from a little more focus. It is an action shot and appears a bit blurred for me to view this very clearly. However, the choice of subject fits the brief well, the angle is good and you have captured the moment of speed, its just a little too fast. Perhaps you have a new camera? I’ve just bought one myself and I’m taking some quite similar shots so we are both still learning. A good attempt, do please keep on trying.
Dear friend, We would like to offer our warmest congratulations on your winning the Performance Award of HPA 2017. The results can be accessed through http://www.hpa.org.cn/content. php?catid=52&id=700&l=en
You will be invited to attend the award ceremony to be held later this year. We appreciate very much for your excellent recording of the multi cultures in the world. Congratulations! Best regards
HPA Work Team June 13, 2017
Borovo gostüvanje, a wedding with a pine tree, is a Carnival tradition characteristic of the region of Prekmurje in northeast Slovenia; of the Porabje in Hungary and the area extending toward northeast Hungaria; and of Austrian Burgenland and Styria. The custom was traditionally held if there had not been a single wedding in the village during fášenk time (the period between Christmas and Shrovetide). In the present time, this is no longer relevant. The tradition is recreated in order to collect funds for village matters, particularly for the local fire brigade; to keep the tradition going; and to attract tourists. Elderly villagers say that the principal objective has always been to do something for the village and its development.
Congratulations to all my latest WTP gems — You are all to be commended on not only your talents, but perseverance as artists and writers — it is not an easy road.
Below is the direct link to the magazine— we do now require subscriptions (still free) but we think it’s fine for our contributors to share the direct link, as a way to encourage your social media friends to sign up!
We wanted you to see the issue first; although it is live on the site now, we don’t officially announce “share” until June 1, but no worries if you don’t want to wait!