Top 10 Websites

Top 10 Featured Websites Spring 2007

1. Steve Bloom photography

Review: There are some outstanding wildlife shots on this site, the majestic qualities of the larger mammals is particularly well captured.

Link: http://www.stevebloom.com

2. Council for National Parks

Review: We at Living Art are very proud and thankful to have access to such beautiful areas of land - this website expresses the fortune that we have in our National Parks very well. There is also a very useful wealth of information on this site for people visiting National Parks.

Link: http://www.cnp.org.uk


3. Destination Modern Art

Review: This is a great website to get children interested in Art. The website has interactive features to engage children with a cartoon style design. The information given is not over bearing but just enough to make the experience educational as well as fun.

Link: http://www.moma.org/destination/


4. Flying Elephants Foundation


Review: Flying Elephants Foundation supports individuals from around the world who are working to benefit the environment through the arts and sciences.
This website is beautifully calming – the images, words and overall flow really depict a sense of peace. This mirrors exactly what the foundation is trying to promote  - those who use their enthusiasm and hope to encourage a healthy environment.

Link: http://www.flyingelephants.org


5. Northshots

Review: We loved the variety of professional images in this photo website.

Quick description: Northshots is a stock image licensing business operated by Scottish-based nature photographer Peter Cairns. Northshots licenses high quality imagery and image/text features to a variety of end users including book and magazine publishers, multi-media initiatives and interpretation projects. Coverage includes wildlife and landscapes from Scotland and northern Europe, nature-based tourism, land management regimes and human-wildlife interactions.

Link: http://www.northshots.com

6. Chili Thom Art

Review: Chili produces wonderful contemporary landscape pieces truly inspired by his passion for the outdoors. The website is simple yet utterly enticing.

Link: http://www.chilithom.com

7. The Banff Centre

Review: The Banff Centre is a leader on the local, national and international stages in the development and promotion of creative work in the arts, sciences, business, and the environment. The Website is well presented and informative. Look out for information on the Banff Summer Arts festival and the annual Banff photography competition - two events not to be missed.

Link: http://www.banffcentre.ca

8.The Eden Project

Review: This project may have slipped to the back of some peoples minds but it is still as important, innovative and fantastic as it ever was.

Link: http://www.edenproject.com

9. Yorkshire Sculpture Park

Review: Absolutely a must visit place and a beautiful website.

Link: http://www.ysp.co.uk


10. Earth Huggers

Review: A great shopping site for ecologically friendly products - anything from recycling bins to Children's games. They have a wonderful rating system so that you can identify how ecological the products you have selected are.

Link: http://www.earth-huggers.com