Still Life Stills Features:Candy CanesChristmas is fast approaching!
Still Life Stills Features: Cake!This weeks feature suggested by ChibiKingSamaIf you have any suggestions for future still life features, let us know!:iconstill-life-stills:
Still Life Stills Features:Cranberries
Still Life Stills Features: Mint
Still Life Stills Features: BreadLast week I featured jam so naturally I just had to feature bread this time!Got a suggestion for future still life photography features? let us know :iconstill-life-stills:
Still Life Stills Features: Plastic
Project Feature #2Hello again! :')Now to present you with this week's features. Autumn path by JustysiakHope by AndreaCCastanedaAAC - The Kingdom by MarionetteDollyif you could see what's inside me by untroubledheartGreatness by maria-the-freakAutumm leaf by PebelsAutumn by nairafeeStained Glass Bird Suncatcher by JasGlassArtOrganic by abarriosKitty by PinkaCatlight canyon by lindahabibaPoint Of No Return by aFeinPhoto-comBeing Himself for Halloween by ibjennyjenny
Still Life Stills Features: Candy!Let the ultimate sugar rush begin!
Still Life Stills Features:Walnuts This month I am focusing on all the things tat remind me of November, that funny time in between Halloween and Christmas!
Still Life Stills Features: Berries!This weeks feature suggested by Isalovesphotography and pepikabooIf you have any suggestions for future still life features, let us know!:iconstill-life-stills:
Still Life Stills Features: Turkey
Still Life Stills Features: Tea Cups
Writing Resources for EveryoneThis news article is brought to you by the literature news, resources and feature groups: LitResources and its primary affiliate LitandNews. We invite you to explore the Literature community further, informing us of anything that should be included in future articles. Below, deviants will discover various information about the Literature community, have the opportunity to check out some of our favorite deviations, and read our growing collection of wonderful writing tutorials and resource journals packed full of useful tools to assist everyone in their journey on DeviantART as writers and far beyond.Alittle Bit About UsMeet our staff:LadyLincoln, and LitandNews – Founder, Co-FounderangelStained, Mahi-Fish, LiliWrites and FailedStar – ContributorsCheck out our LitResources
US Government denies existance of Mermaids>>>>http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-18692830Really? I mean; really?The US National Ocean Service had to make a statement that Mermaids do not in fact exist, after they were bombarded by enquiries regarding them in the wake of a programme aired by the Discovery Channel."Mermaids: The Body Found" was a work of fiction but was mistaken by a number of people to be a documentary.I'm guessing they're the same people for whom warnings are printed on Harry Potter broomsticks, reading "Caution: Does not actually fly".......
The Ladies of Lit: Listing of LoveliesBelow, you will find a helpful resource of an array of wonderful deviants who have been featured on my Ladies of Lit news article. If you would like to suggest a deviant for an upcoming issue, be sure to note LadyLincoln. I am in dire need of suggestions, so please read over the list and note me three Literature thumbs of the lady writer of your choice, and a small blurb as to why you feel they merit this honor. Thank you for supporting this project!Volume Ifallenidlesalshepmode-de-vieTobaeusjade-pandoraAGMeadeVolume II:devSn
Your Traditions Prose ContestThis season is full of tradition. Be it caroling, cookie-making parties, pub hopping through hot summer nights, or ringing in the New Year by running barefoot through cornfields full of snow, there are moments we all look forward to each and every year. But each an every celebration is unique, and we want to hear your story of the season.The PromptThe prompt, should you choose to take it on, is to write a nonfiction story about your specific seasonal traditions. We want you to ditch the Christmas and New Years cliches everyone knows about Christmas (Santa, Rudolph, he ball drop, etc) and focus on the small things that are the strongest about the season to you. The Rules Only new nonfiction pieces will be accepted for this contest, so no recycling older works as entries. All entries must be posted to the Literature gallery (not Scraps), though any subcategory in the Nonfiction category is all
#SixWordStories Showcase: May 7th - May 21stA type of Flash Fiction, six word stories are (very) short stories with an exact word count: six words. SixWordStories is the place where, alongside quality, quantity really does matter. Though these stories are so brief in length, they can be as profound, if not more, than the prose and poetry you see and read every day, partly because six word stories can tell us so much and yet contain so little.In our feature articles, we will be showcasing selections of the wonderful six word stories submitted to our bi-weekly word and theme prompts. New bi-weekly prompts will also be announced here.Word Prompt: My Bad My Bad Wolf by I-Can-See-446787 Six Word Stories - Prompt - My Bad by Midnightbluexxx Can't you spell at ALL??? by VivaFariy Accidental exposure by Twilighter1991 That Had to Hurt by FreeSpiritedHizoku So What? by nightraven010 oops! by del-rae :th
We all drive Jaguars, here.I thought this Jaguar advert was only going to air in the US, but i recently saw it pop up over here, too.I guess if you're going to hire the likes of Sir Ben F**king Kingsley (full name) and company to peddle your products; you want to go multi-region to get your money's worth.Theatrics aside, it made me ponder on why Britain has this villainous reputation, and I started to compile a list:The British Empire was the biggest drug-dealing organisation in history and made a fortune selling opium to China. In the mid 19th century, when the Chinese Emperor tried to stop them, they sent in The Nemesis – basically the Death Star of the era – which proceeded to decimate the entire Chinese fleet. Then they stole Hong Kong.In an emergency, such as a disaster or terror attack, an intelligence committee is convened. Its codename is “COBRA”.The British military’s communication network is called “Skynet
#SixWordStories Showcase: April 9th - April 23rdA type of Flash Fiction, six word stories are (very) short stories with an exact word count: six words. SixWordStories is the place where, alongside quality, quantity really does matter. Though these stories are so brief in length, they can be as profound, if not more, than the prose and poetry you see and read every day, partly because six word stories can tell us so much and yet contain so little.In our feature articles, we will be showcasing selections of the wonderful six word stories submitted to our bi-weekly word and theme prompts. New bi-weekly prompts will also be announced here.Word Prompt: My Finger My Finger Prompt by PegasusQueen six word story by BlackLuna Weary by Christa-Kinde A Good Release by kriskaiba453 My Finger! by chabbit A New Creator by humatinee SWS My Finger by Vanessanon :
August's Frozen Memories The Ball by NinjaFoxsBuddy Underfoot by TobaeusWaterfall by jfphotography Flowers Bloom by DmitryVasilyev The tea cup trail by astridle Sunset words by losespritReflections by nhuthanh AutumN II by fionafoto Wild horses on the beach by AlexandraSophie Until the colours dissolve by kayjensenThe Writer by glossolalias Soulmates by dragoon811 You should date a guy who writes by BlakeCurran Last night she went walking: by introverted-ghostclouds by cristinewakesuphappy Fairytale Prince by SolidMars
Project: Soylent GreenProject: Soylent GreenRev 1.1OverviewRecognizing that Earth's population will only continue to grow, a new sustainable food supply must be developed quickly. The obvious choice for this new food source? Recycled human beings.RalfCo proposes to lead the charge into this brave new field of endeavor, staving off a dystopian nightmare where hunger prevails. I mean, you've seen the Hunger Games, right? Right?To this end we at RalfCo intend to assemble an elite team of specialists and attack this problem head-on. Do YOU have what it takes to make Soylent Green a reality? If so, please respond!Critical Path ItemsIn ProjectSpeak, "Critical Path Items" are waypoints that prevent success. Identifying and addressing each Item will allow us one step closer to our goals.1. TechnologyDevelop the technology to safely convert humans (living or deceased) into a delicious "kibble" like food product that supplies 100% of an adult human's nutritional needs.Obviously, d
Still Life Stills Features: Pumpkin This month I am focusing on all the things tat remind me of November, that funny time in between Halloween and Christmas!