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Guest Photographers -Submission Requirements

Pictures of Guest Photographers will be posted on my site under the following conditions…

  1. MUST be the work of the person submitting.
  2. MUST NOT be pornographic or slanderous in nature.
  3. MUST have a caption showing Name of Photographer, Date taken, Location, and a brief description of the shot.

SUBMIT TO

kenpudwriter@gmail.com

Photographer retains all rights to the photograph

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Best Pictures of Guest Photographers

Best Pictures of selected Guest Photographers

 

BEST PICTURES

A selection of photographs and videos taken over the years, at locations all over the world.

Guest Photographs are also featured here

Children Of The World

Tomorrow’s citizens of the world. Innocent and still insulated from the ravages of time and the seven deadly sins, they will yet determine the future.

[NOTE: ALL PHOTOGRAPHS ARE COPYRIGHT © KEN PUDDICOMBE. WRITTEN PERMISSION REQUIRED FOR USE OF THESE IMAGES.]

 

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Agra. INDIA. The Age of Innocence.

 

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Native Village. PANAMA. “Look at me dad. I can balance.”

 

 

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Katmandu. NEPAL. Don’t Ask For Whom The Bell Tolls.

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Katmandu. NEPAL. “You can’t see it. But I take after my mum, who’s awesome.”

 

 

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Siem Reap. CAMBODIA. Taking the slow boat to somewhere.

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Ho Chi Minch City. VIETNAM. Dancing To a Different Beat.

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Katmandu. Nepal. “So, that’s how it’s done!”

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Varnasi. INDIA. “Can’t stop. Late for school.”

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DOMINICAN REPUBLIC. Sunshine on my shoulders.

Art and Artists At Work

As of 2011, there were approximately 4.4 million artists in the world, with a thin line drawn between those that can be classified as Professional and those who are Recreational artists. The amount spent on art-related materials and services is approximately $4B every year with a projected 4% growth annually.

Professional artists create, on the average, 75 works of art annually while Recreational artists do 36 pieces.

“Art will remain the most astonishing activity of mankind born out of struggle between wisdom and madness, between dream and reality in our mind.” ~Magdalena Abakanowicz

These are some of the artists and art that I’ve encountered in my travels

[NOTE: ALL PHOTOGRAPHS ARE COPYRIGHT © KEN PUDDICOMBE. WRITTEN PERMISSION REQUIRED FOR USE OF THESE IMAGES.]

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Vancouver. BC Canada Waiting for inspiration

 

 

 

 

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St. Petersberg. RUSSIA. The Tsar lives on.

 

 


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Helsinki. FINLAND. A window to the world.

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Nassau. Bahamas. Art, one chip at a time.

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St.Petersberg. RUSSIA. Picasso Limbo?

 

 

 

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Santiago. CHILE. Art is what you see and what you make others see.

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Buenos Aires. ARGENTINA. Stepping up to do the hard work.

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Helsinki. FINLAND. Someone’s work cast in stone?

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St. Petersberg. RUSSIA. Picasso NOT for all ages?

 

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Sint Martin. Looking for someone inspiring.

Best Pictures (Work in Progress)

Some selections from the several thousand photographs taken over the years in my travels:

NOTE: ALL PHOTOGRAPSH ARE COPYRIGHT © KEN PUDDICOMBE. PERMISSION IN WRITING MUST BE OBTAINED BEFORE USE

 

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