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Ilona Kaszanyi

http://www.bluelyn.com/ - I'm interested in human rights, I condemn all kinds violence. I love sociology, nature, culture, travel. I love teaching children, meeting and talking with people, making friends all around the world. As an amateur photographer I love taking pictures in the nature.
Ilona Kaszanyi has written 259 posts for Blue Line

Photo of the Day – Blue Line Photography Contest

Friday, December 21, 2012 To enter Blue Line Photography Contest, Submit your Photo To enter Blue Line Photography Contest, Submit your Photo

Photo of the Day – Blue Line Photography Contest

Thursday, December 20, 2012 To enter Blue Line Photography Contest, Submit your Photo To enter Blue Line Photography Contest, Submit your Photo

Photo of the Day – Blue Line Photography Contest

Wednesday, December 19, 2012 To enter Blue Line Photography Contest, Submit your Photo To enter Blue Line Photography Contest, Submit your Photo

Imaginary journey to the world of Tuaregs

Their house is a tent, their wardrobe is a branch, their kitchen is a camp-fire, their money is a goat, a sheep or a camel but they can call a huge areas – the Aïr Mountains and the Tenere desert – as their homeland in the South Sahara. Members of the Kel Tedele Tuareg clan … Continue reading

Photo of the Day – Sea Otters

Tuesday, December 11. 2012 Sea Otters in Cordova, Alaska We invite interested parties to submit a digital photograph for possible publication in Blue Line website and to win 100 USD. To enter Blue Line Photography Contest, Submit your Photo

Photo of the Day – Disappearing Idyll

Thursday, December 6. 2012 We invite interested parties to submit a digital photograph for possible publication in Blue Line website and to win 100 USD. To enter Blue Line Photography Contest: Submit your Photo

Star of December – Gus Navarro photographer

I am an Amateur Photographer. I live in San Diego North County, California. My passion is be able to capture the Ocean’s Majesty…” – Gus Navarro. Click here and see more breath-taking photos by Gus Navarro – When a photographer have a great regard for the Nature, pictures speak for themselves…

Chukotka – Land of the Yarangas

Chukotka (Chukotka Autonomous Okrug) is a special world which is bordered in the north by the Chukchi Sea and the East Siberian Sea. Hidden corners of it still live families almost prehistoric living conditions, they are blood relationship to the nature. Those who are brave enough to visit there easy will be fall in love … Continue reading

Beauty of a young democracy – Namibia

Namibia so many aspects – from historical, political, ethnic and economic side – is an especially thought-provoking place. This country lived under rule of three powers (German, English, South African). a young democracy with the typical problems of corruption in almost every level of society, various personality cult with aid of a morally is not … Continue reading

The Eighth Continent – Madagascar

“The Eighth Continent” – some people call this small island which is located the south-east coast of Africa in the Indian Ocean. The island has unique flora and fauna. Unfortunately, the local people living in extreme poverty. They cut down forests to get arable land for better life conditions. It ensures temporary living for them … Continue reading

Animals are great fun

Let’s dance Here you can see John Travolta of Chipmunks worlds. This small guy is really caught by style of the Saturday Night Fever movie… Oops… We Flamingos are famed for our ability to stand on one leg without any trouble for hours at a time. But I always become embarrassed when the camera works. … Continue reading

“Walk” of the Easter Island’s mysterious statues

The Easter Island about 1,600 years ago has colonized by the Polynesians. But they made more difficult themselves own lives. They used fire as a tool in agriculture, too many palm trees were cut which together with intensive farming led to soil erosion. In addition to this various conflicts, the cannibalism and the strong population … Continue reading