5 tips for better landscape and nature photography

You could spend a lifetime in nature with your camera and still barely scratch the surface of what’s to be photographed. If you want to improve your landscape and nature photography, check out this fantastic video tutorial which contains five helpful tips that will enhance your work and expand your …

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New rule targets fake “Made in USA” products

Anton Gvozdikov / Shutterstock.com Just in time for July 4th, the federal government has made it a little easier to be a Patriot when shopping. The Federal Trade Commission has released a new ruling to crack down on traders who falsely claim their products are made in the United States. …

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Visual Arts of Vermont | Vermont Arts

Some galleries and museums still require masks and social distancing. Virtual exhibitions are not listed, but they can be found on Vermont Arts Online. AR Market: “Color Contours”, until August 14, artwork by Alex Costantino and Clark Derbes, ARTE at AR “, 159 N. Main St., Barre, 802-479-7069, www.studioplacearts.com Hours: …

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How to take the best fireworks photos with your smartphone

July 4th is upon us. One of the most incredible experiences is the countless fireworks displays across the country throughout the weekend. But what if you want to capture those moments? Tap or click here to discover seven photographic myths you should stop believing in. Fireworks aren’t the easiest thing …

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5 Best Thrift Stores in Indianapolis

Below is a list of the best and leading thrift stores in Indianapolis. To help you find the best second-hand stores near you in Indianapolis, we’ve compiled our own list based on this list of review points. The best second-hand stores in Indianapolis: The top rated Thrift Stores in Indianapolis …

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Dreaming of Wine Tastings and Brampton Wine Studio

Cape Town has a pretty huge wine culture. It’s probably comparable to the way Americans view their football games. Yes, Capetonians love their wine. And if that’s the perfect analogy, then Stellenbosch has to be Cape Town’s (wine) mascot. While we can’t make it to our favorite haunt for a …

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Temporary Name, Image and Likeness (TIN) Policy

I. POLICY STATEMENT The following policy (“Policy) is intended to provide guidance to student-athletes, coaches and staff of the University of Wisconsin-Madison (” University “) regarding the use of name, image and / or Student-Athlete Likeness for Commercial Purposes This document provides definitions and regulations for the use of a …

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These 3 women entrepreneurs not only succeeded, but thrived during the pandemic

The United States Chamber of Commerce reported last summer that small businesses owned by women were “disproportionately affected by the coronavirus pandemic and the related economic crisis.” Growth and income forecasts looked depressing. But these three women, all over 50, have beaten the odds by embracing digital technology and pivoting …

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Family fun: Summer Nature Series and Houston Caribbean Festival are top picks

Summer Nature Series with Harris County Precinct 4 at Levy Park. Photo: Levy Park Hang Out Hangar The CAF Houston Wing Museum and Hangar is open the first and third Saturday of each month, welcoming visitors to view its collection of WWII aircraft. The museum also features a unique collection …

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25 creative aesthetic room ideas

From eye-catching bed setups to unexpected color palettes, there is so much to love about aesthetic bedroom ideas. All it takes to pull off the look is an open mind, a little creativity, and a commitment to style. To help you decorate a teenage bedroom, dorm, or other compact space …

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