Great photo collection

I collect a variety of free photos to use on your website and blog. These images are, for the most part, free to use, but may have copyright and usage restrictions. The images featured range from people, places, wildlife, and space, as well as textures, patterns, and artistic graphic images. Many of my posted digital photos are taken by me. Here are just a few of quantity perfect photo, shoot by excellent photographers you might want to check out. There are plenty of free images, photos collections, graphics, clipart and backgrounds out on this blog. They can be used on your websites, your blogs, publications, and email etc. Check thoroughly for the specific usage rights before using any of these images or don’t use the image.

Sunday, April 6, 2008

Quick Facts about Mountains and Beautiful Photos

Mountains make up about one-fifth of the world's landscape, and provide homes to at least one-tenth of the world's people.
Heights of mountains are generally given as heights above sea level.
The world's highest peak on land is Mount Everest in the Himalayas. It is 8,850.1728 m (29,036 ft) tall.
The world's highest mountain, from its base on the ocean floor, is Mauna Kea, on Hawaii. It is 10,203 m (33,474 ft) high but only 4,205 m (13,796 ft) is above sea level.
Ben Nevis is also the highest mountain in Great Britain.
The tallest known mountain in the solar system is Olympus Mons, located on Mars.
There are mountains under the surface of the sea!
Mountains occur more often in oceans than on land; some islands are the peaks of mountains coming out of the water.
About 80 per cent of our planet's fresh water originates in the mountains.
All mountain ecosystems have one major characteristic in common - rapid changes in altitude, climate, soil, and vegetation over very short distances.
Plants that may be found on mountains include conifers, oak, chestnut, maple, junipers, stonecrops, campions, mosses, ferns and climbers.
The highest 14 mountains in the world are all found in the Himalayas.
In some mountainous areas the rivers are permanently frozen. These are called glaciers.
The Alps are the most densely populated mountain area in the world.

Monday, March 17, 2008

Why choose if you can combine?

I find really funny picture ;)
Do you think so?
Any comments appreciate... ;)

Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Free photos of amazing nature

These are free photos of amazing nature from all over the world!

Enjoy :)