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Kalpa: A Mystical Village In the Himalayan Mountains

Written by saptami
The season ‘Fall’ is always related to the creation of a barren earth. Yet, there is one place among the Himalayan hills, which is most fertile around the time of the fall. The color of Autumn in the small Himalayan hamlet Kalpa is red, green and gold, the color of its giant-sized apples Read More

19 Funny Things You Should Not Do with Your Coronavirus Stimulus Check

Written by Mark Pringle
Who am I to say what you should or should not do with your coronavirus stimulus check? I'm Mark. Now that we've got that out of the way, here is a list of sixteen things you should not do with your coronavirus stimulus check. Immediately go into your boss' office and yell, "Se Read More

Top Tips to Cover the Basics of Photography

Written by SodaCoffee Staff
Photography is the art of capturing memories of remarkable times through images. Some pursue photography as their hobby whereas some make it their profession. Whatever be the case, one has to be highly passionate about it. Capturing a moment in a frame is not that easy as it may sound. Anybody can c Read More

Nature Photography Tips to Make Money

Written by SodaCoffee Staff
Nature photography is more popular than ever now that digital cameras have made it so easy for anyone to enjoy. With so many photographers out there, it can be tough to produce images that are truly distinctive. If you want to make some money from nature photography, or even make it your livi Read More

Understanding Stocks and The Most Important Consideration When Investing in Stocks

Written by Mark Pringle
A stock, very simply put, is a piece of ownership in the profits or cash assets of a company. Ownership of a stock is represented by a paper or digital certificate. This very definition holds the key to how you should look at investing in stocks. However, we’ll address how to invest in st Read More

Charming Stein am Rhein and its Magnificent Stories

Written by Lilit Mkrtchyan
How do you start painting a place which you have never seen previously? That was the question I was asked when painting my first work: “The Swallow’s Nest”  (a castle on the cliffs of Crimea), which I had never seen in my life. Nevertheless, it seemed as if I had been ther Read More

Professional Photographer Buys Her First Point and Shoot Camera and LOVES IT!

Written by SodaCoffee Staff
I am a professional photographer and I just purchased a point and shoot camera for the very first time. I chose the Nikon Coolpix P7700. Why is this a big deal? First, let me put things in perspective as to why is is a monumental moment in my life. I bought my first SLR camera in the early 70's. Read More

Peacocks - Strictly for the Birds

Written by Michael Henry
Pavo cristatus or Indian Peafowl are classified as part of the pheasant family and have been admired and revered by many cultures for millennia because of the beautiful plumage displayed by the peacock, the male of the species. The female is the peahen and does not enjoy the same attention due to he Read More

The Friend Zone; Does it Really Exist?

Written by Cachline Etienne
If you're a youth growing up in the twenty-first century, chances are you have been accused of "Friend zoning" someone or you have accused someone of “Friend Zoning” you. It's gotten to a point that I cannot go to any social media without seeing the word friend zone. Bu Read More

What You Need to Know About the Book Publishing Process

Written by SodaCoffee Staff
Aspiring writers may wonder how they will achieve their dreams of becoming authors by translating their ideas into print from their computer screens. How does a book get to a reader from a writer? It is hence essential to understand this process. Book publishers have a large team that in collaborati Read More

B’Ware of W-Beginning Writers’ Publishing Platforms?

B’Ware of W-Beginning Writers’ Publishing Platforms? Good things saying farewell is something which saddens us. Author-friendliness is a good thing about publishing sites. They provide authors with good publishing interfaces and provide many other supportive things like lengthy an Read More

Learning To Write Poems

Poems are made of human thoughts. They are the spontaneous, natural outflow of emotions evolving from close and objective observations of the things and circumstances around us. Since human mind carries a bit of cosmic world inborn in it, it cannot prevent itself from rising to elations at the r Read More