Monthly Archives: October 2013

See The Amazing, Absurd Phenomenon Of The Wet Dog Shake, Captured In Stunning Photos

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See The Amazing, Absurd Phenomenon Of The Wet Dog Shake, Captured In Stunning Photos

Photographer Carli Davidson spends a lot of time cleaning her walls and furniture. That’s because she’s got a jowly French Mastiff named Norbert, who is always shaking his big head and flinging drool everywhere. “It was during one of those moments when I was cleaning that I was like, ‘Oh man, I wonder what this actually looks like–what it looks like when he is shaking his head,’” Davidson tells Co.Create.

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Halloween Photography Tips

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With Halloween just around the corner I thought it was time to update our Halloween Photography Tips article with some new information and photos.

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Bonita Bing and George Tolbert share: NEW STUDIO LOCATION GRAND OPENING ON SAT., OCT 26, 2013

New Studio Location Grand Opening: 

Tolbert & Bing Gallery & Studio

WHEN: Saturday, October 26, 2013 from 1:00 – 5:00 pm

WHERE:  Monroe Street Market  716 Monroe Street, NE

Studio 6

Washington, D.C. 20017

Brookland-CUA Metro Red Line

http://www.monroestreetmarket.com/arts

Art in the Mix Arts Festival at Monroe Street Market features 27 Artist Studios along the Arts Walk, Music by The Deadmen and DJ Neekola, Food Trucks, Beer Garden, Kids Activities and more. Please see attachment.For more information please contact:George Tolbert on 202.747.4030 or Bonita Bing on 202.747.4031

Click the link below for a copy of the flyer announcement:

Gallery Studio Opening Flyer


Fine Art of Architecture: B&W Photography by Joel Tjintjelaar | Urbanist

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Highly refined yet ever-evolving, the work of this photographer started with portraiture, moved through landscapes and seascapes, and has for a time now focused on architecture, capturing even conventional structures in amazing ways.

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