When Norwegian artist Andreas Lie digitally merges two unique photographs, he is able to create stunning works of art. Lie designs his creations with a double exposure that places captivating scenes from nature within the bodies of wild animals. While the images are brilliantly surreal, they also have a realistic quality to them, since the photographs of tree-covered landscapes tend to resemble the texture of animal fur.
France again suffers a terrorist attack, apparently of a mulsuman man.
This attack is about a symbol of Western culture that is the Louvre Museum.
Also this attack has nothing to do with religion. It has to do with what the Western world does about the Arab world. And, moreover, it has to see what the Arab world does, and does not do, about its own citizens.
The world is beautiful. It is full of wonderful places that most of us do not know they really exist. From majestic waterfalls, and lost cities, to mysterious landmarks and natural wonders, here is a collection of some breathtaking places to visit and to fill your soul with something beautiful that will never be forgotten.
Is wonderful and fascinating nature. These amazing pictures show the animal world as you’ve never seen. Each image reminds us that we share this planet with a multitude of fascinating creatures.
A team of Russian photographers travels the world to show it from an unknown perspective: 360 ° capture shots from helicopters. AirPano is a nonprofit project focused on spherical panoramas bird’s eye view high resolution. AirPano has photographed more than two hundred places of our planet. There are about two thousand panoramic 360 ° on its website at this time.
Photo Source: Airpano
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Today August 5, 2015 a procession was held in tribute to the victims of the atomic bomb in the Peace Memorial Park in Hiroshima.
This week I encountered with 2 photos of animals in a state of shock.
My daughter sent me via Whatsapp another image of an elephant, and a friend shared many other by mailing list.
The surprise is a reflection of the unexpected. Maybe of thing or events that potentially knows what will happen, but that puts us in activity for the moment or the way presented.
In animals the surprise is an instinctive act of supervicencia.
Humans should seek for good things in surprise; she would symptom of track.
Sure, I do not expect to be surprised by a nuclear bomb. Although, I think, would not be a surprise, it would be a disappointment never consecrated.
Dronestagram is a site where photography enthusiasts drone share and discuss their images. One type of images taken by drones that offers a very different pictures of life taken at street or taken at higher altitudes perspective, says the site manager, Eric Dupin:
“Photography of drones is a new photographic language and a new way to discover things and landscapes we know or think we know. Any other device can take pictures how are you”
A selection of which the BBC (ES) has published, ranging from the great work of Gaudí you see on the cover, Niagara Falls, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, or pictures of ordinary people in ordinary situations but taken at a height that provides a perspective fully different from the usual, Dupin explains.
“The drones photograph portrays a new version of the world. They are stunning images taken from a low altitude, very different from the images taken by satellite, airplane or helicopter, or on the other hand, images of street view”.
Appropriate legislation to allow international use but drones are becoming a phenomenon missing. Commercially, companies like Amazon want to use these aircraft for sending packets and darker aspects, there are drones flying halfway around the world and objectives of cyber espionage, in addition to the large investment in them in the defense industry.
If you are a horror movie buff, you’ve certainly noticed the liberal use of trees to set the mood. Halloween is hardly complete without the image of a moon-lit and fog-laden tree. However, some trees have been molded by Mother Nature into specters of their own. Scary, frightening, or downright weird, the trees we’ve amassed in this collection will leave you wondering if Mother Nature herself digested some magic mushrooms.