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Spilling Some Tea

Food fads come and go but tea is a constant. Next to water, it is the most consumed beverage in the world. By 2021, it is projected to be a $44.3 billion market in the US ...
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Families Don’t Come from Central Casting

The All American Family has been recast according to Pew Research Center. Of course you would know this after a few hours of TV watching – if you don’t ignore commercials to ...
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Hey Photographers - Want to Sell More Images? Read Our Tips For Keywording.

Buyers may be looking for a specific image or for inspiration. In both cases, they are probably in a hurry. The more thought and attention you put into your keywords the more ...
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What’s Blue and Green and Seen All Over?

Joanna Gaines has become a major tastemaker thanks to Fixer Upper, a show that hit big on HGTV from 2013 to 2017. The show often featured the construction/design company she ...
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2019 - In Living Coral

Pantone Promotes “Living Coral” for 2019
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Getting Piggy With It

In February, we begin the Year of the Pig. (The Earth Pig, to be precise. There are Fire, Metal, Wood and Water Pigs too, but those details are for some other blog.) Image ...
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Chiaroscuro Is Enjoying a Renaissance

The technique – let’s call it “Rembrandt lighting” so you don’t have to struggle with the pronunciation as you read to yourself – dates back to Renaissance paintings. In these ...
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Drones of a Feather

Thanks to high-resolution cameras and better stabilization and navigation, drone photography has moved beyond novelty. Drones now capture sweeping vistas and real-time details ...
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To bee or not to bee?

  The collapse of colonies has prompted many gardeners to adopt bee-friendly landscaping. One of the easiest things you can do is choose flowers for pollinators and plants that ...
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Trend spotting a postcard-perfect location

Maybe you’ve admired Kilimanjaro from the Maasai Steppe, dined at an underwater restaurant in the Maldives and communed with the pink river dolphins of Peru. What’s next? Can ...
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