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My real name is Evgeniya Vlasova, but historically has come that my nick name - Jenny Rainbow also known as my artistic and photographer's pseudonym became my second name.
Originally I am Russian, but moving a lot overseas, influenced by many different cultures... By my graduation Im a Fine Art artist and my specialty was design and painting, but when digital camera's technology starts its glorious way I changed a direction and now Im dealing only with photography, but very often using in images the Fine Art techniques and effects.
Photography is my passion & the camera is my great faithful partner, anywhere I go. Actually my photography is kind of language Im speaking to the world and the way to share the beauty of this planet with all of you...
My second passion is nature, which inspiring, giving an energy and healing me all the time.
Well, Im not feeling myself in a mission, but Im happy to see and hear by your feedback that my works bringing to you the warmth, positive energy, inspiration, joy and feel of the Earth beauty.
It makes the difference. It makes to feel the world much friendly and closer...
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A collection of the beautiful spring time in Amsterdam, Holland.
Spring, the most romantic time, full of energy of the life, love and joy...
I saw a pink spring in Amsterdam and now sharing it with you.
Spring blossoms , the cherry blossom, plum blossom, peach blossom suddenly appear on seemingly dead branches, heralds of the coming spring. They represent the delicate, almost unnoticed flowering of enlightenment, the surprisingly quiet recognition of the Buddha-mind. These spring blossoms appear only after the hard, lonely winter of meditation and spiritual practice, yet when they peek forth, their appearance is natural, effortless. Spring blossoms are the new life that emerges from the dead branches of the little self, they simply emerge when the limited ego has passed through its seasons and withered away.
Alternately, spring blossoms can represent the fleeting nature of life. They appear brightly, seemingly out of nothing from bare branches, but all too briefly... then they are gone. They can represent the Buddhist insight that all things are fleeting and change, that everything like the seasons themselves keep changing, where the only thing of value is the cultivation of awareness in order to appreciate this very moment.
Sometimes the sheer beauty of color and perfume Spring flowers express transports us to an awareness of the sacred.