Photography

There’s an ‘uprooted’ house suspended above this German square

There’s an ‘uprooted’ house suspended above this German square

Construction sites are unconventional spaces for art exhibits, but it is the perfect spot for Leandro Erlich’s “Pulled Up by the Roots” installation, in Germany. Featuring a house suspended from a

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NASA reveals first close-up of Pluto’s “message of love” on Instagram

NASA reveals first close-up of Pluto’s “message of love” on Instagram

This morning, we woke up in a world forever changed. Well, that’s technically true of every morning, unless you believe that history does in fact repeat itself. NASA this morning gave the world a first

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Abandoned Chinese fishing village is completely covered in lush vegetation

Abandoned Chinese fishing village is completely covered in lush vegetation

Related: Gouqi island is located in the Shengsi archipelago of about 400 islands. Jane Qing captured the stunning images of this city of seemingly endless buildings, which were a part of a fishing

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Steve Axford’s new photos unveil the enchanting world of fungi

Steve Axford’s new photos unveil the enchanting world of fungi

Steve Axford's photographs are a beautiful reminding that nothing exists in isolation and the closer you look, the more you find. And what he found is an astonishing collection of rare fungi spotted in

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Step into the fairytale world of the Brothers Grimm with these amazing landscape photos

Step into the fairytale world of the Brothers Grimm with these amazing landscape photos

Wanderings continues the theme of imagining how the backdrop of Grimm’s fairytales would look. Schönberger roamed Europe to capture beautiful these sights with a mystical flair worthy of the Grimm

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Artist constructs creepy Darth Vader masks entirely from dead insects

Artist constructs creepy Darth Vader masks entirely from dead insects

Artist Klaus Enrique’s humanoid sculptures are both beautiful and grotesque, made from both fragrant flowers, vegetables and plants- as well as gruesome dead millipedes, moths and scorpions. The

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Photographer captures mystical beauty of Slovenian mountainside at dawn

Photographer captures mystical beauty of Slovenian mountainside at dawn

Lake Bled is a popular spot for prime photography opportunities, with its images appearing on both postcards and posters, mostly from the vantage point of Ojstrica mountain. Krivec explains that these

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Chile’s Calbuco volcano erupts in a stunning spectacle after 42 years dormant

Chile’s Calbuco volcano erupts in a stunning spectacle after 42 years dormant

Mother Earth let out her own 'celebration' of sorts on Earth Day this year, in the form of the eruption of Chile's Calbuco volcano. For the first time in 42 years, the volcano erupted and sent a billowing

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14 Awe-inspiring aerial photographs capture the beauty of the Earth

14 Awe-inspiring aerial photographs capture the beauty of the Earth

©Yann Arthus-Bertrand/Altitude Heart in Voh in New Caledonia "Heart in Voh" is a heart-shaped mangrove swamp in New Caledonia. Located in tropical coastal regions, these mangrove swamps contain rich

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The SpamCam is a Clever Pinhole Camera Made from a Can of Spam

The SpamCam is a Clever Pinhole Camera Made from a Can of Spam

For most of us, it might be difficult to figure out what there is to see in a can of Spam. However, what there is to see through a can of Spam is an entirely different story. F295 user 'underbyte' has

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PHOTOS: We explore the overgrown ruins of Berlin’s abandoned Kulturpark

PHOTOS: We explore the overgrown ruins of Berlin’s abandoned Kulturpark

After walking through a forested trail on the edge of the Spree River, visitors were greeted by a giant brontosaurus and triceratops, which have survived the years with only a few marks from vandals.

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Earth’s newest volcanic island is photographed for the first time—and maybe the last

Earth’s newest volcanic island is photographed for the first time—and maybe the last

No one had set foot on the new island until recently, when Tongan hotel owner Gianpiero Orbassano and his son set out to explore the area and determine its potential for tourism. They set out for the

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2015 Syngenta Photography Award presents powerful responses to the theme of Scarcity–Waste

2015 Syngenta Photography Award presents powerful responses to the theme of Scarcity–Waste

"How, in a world that is so desperately short of resources, can we ensure that there is enough land, food and water for future generations?" This is one of the questions under discussion in the second

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Amazing Photos Show Young Girl Growing Up With Wild Animals in Africa

Amazing Photos Show Young Girl Growing Up With Wild Animals in Africa

Tippi's wild upbringing was documented by her parents Alain Degré and Sylvie Robert. The photo series looks like a real life Jungle Book where one can see the beautiful, deep relationship she had with

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Charles Pétillon’s ‘Invasions’ of white balloons fill empty spaces and abandoned buildings

Charles Pétillon’s ‘Invasions’ of white balloons fill empty spaces and abandoned buildings

In this series of incredible photographs, Pétillon uses hundreds of crisp, clean-looking balloons as poetic representations of many things throughout his photos: a symbol of childhood innocence, a

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6 heart-shaped natural wonders from around the world

6 heart-shaped natural wonders from around the world

  Heart Reef, Australia A coral formation off the Whitsunday Islands in Australia's Great Barrier Reef, the beloved Heart Reef grew and protruded naturally from the surface in the shape of a

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‘Skitchen’ photo series shows fruits and veggies shreddin’ the gnar

‘Skitchen’ photo series shows fruits and veggies shreddin’ the gnar

“Skitchen” is the follow-up to his kitschy retro series using cassette tapes reimagined as new objects, including a hamburger and a Christmas tree. Just as imaginative and arguably more comical, the

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Stephen Orlando captures kayakers’ motions in stunning long-exposure photographs

Stephen Orlando captures kayakers’ motions in stunning long-exposure photographs

Stephen Orlando's photos are both whimsical and beautiful. Human movement and sports like kayaking, karate and swimming inspire him to capture movement through colorful light trails. Using long exposure

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Artist David Catá Transforms His Own Hand into a Planter

Artist David Catá Transforms His Own Hand into a Planter

Spanish artist David Catá has a curious relationship with pain, saying he relishes the “emotional aspect” of it, rather than the physical aspect. After his earlier series of work that involved

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National Geographic Photographer Documents Her Daughter’s Magical Life with Animal Companions

National Geographic Photographer Documents Her Daughter’s Magical Life with Animal Companions

Just like Tippi—the French girl who grew up in Africa—Amelia has shared her childhood with the kinds of animals that most of us will only ever see on the Discovery Channel or National Geographic

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Vik Muniz Transforms Trash from Brazil’s Largest Landfill into Astonishing Works of Art

Vik Muniz Transforms Trash from Brazil’s Largest Landfill into Astonishing Works of Art

While journeying back to his family home in Brazil, Muniz visited one of the world’s largest landfills—the now-closed Jardim Gramacho. It’s there that he witnessed the catadores; the people who are

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Amazing Photos Show Three Friends Couch Surfing Across the US

Amazing Photos Show Three Friends Couch Surfing Across the US

"My friends went on a summer-long road trip in their van," explains Redditor thezim0090. "And decided to capture the memory of their different destinations and environments by taking pictures seated on

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US Forest Service to Demand up to $1,500 for Commercial Photography Permits in Wilderness Areas

US Forest Service to Demand up to $1,500 for Commercial Photography Permits in Wilderness Areas

The U.S. Forest Service just announced plans to finalize fees for commercial photography and filming in wilderness areas. Under the regulations, which are already in place on a temporary basis, amateur

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Powerful Images from the Frontline of West Africa’s Devastating Ivory Trade

Powerful Images from the Frontline of West Africa’s Devastating Ivory Trade

Morgan spent time with rangers, documenting their personal lives and then traveling with them on patrol. He quickly began to realize that there is in fact no "frontline" in this brutal battle, which has

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Amazing Photos Reveal the World of People Living Outside the System

Amazing Photos Reveal the World of People Living Outside the System

Eric Valli takes amazing pictures of outcast and autonomous people disconnected from the system. His job has taken him around to some of the world’s most remote places giving him the opportunity to peek

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Jeff Friesen’s Awesome ‘Bricksy’ Works Recreate Bansky Classics in LEGO

Jeff Friesen’s Awesome ‘Bricksy’ Works Recreate Bansky Classics in LEGO

Friesen is an award-winning professional photographer by day, but his LEGO-based artworks began humbly enough last year as a collaborative summer project with his daughter, June. Initially, Friesen was

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Surprising Photos Reveal the Enchanting World of Fungi

Surprising Photos Reveal the Enchanting World of Fungi

Steve Axford lives in Australia's New South Wales but his photography has taken him all over the world. Many of the photos from the stunning Fungi - Recyclers collection include some rare species that

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Science Photographer Jean de Pomereu Takes Beautifully Desolate Photos of Antarctica

Science Photographer Jean de Pomereu Takes Beautifully Desolate Photos of Antarctica

The icy wilds have fascinated Jean de Pomereu for years, but in November 2008 he visited the immense white continent for the fourth International Polar Year. Embarked on the icebreaker Xue Long, he was

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Klaus Leidorf’s Breathtaking Aerial Photography Transforms Landscapes into Abstract Art

Klaus Leidorf’s Breathtaking Aerial Photography Transforms Landscapes into Abstract Art

German photographer Klaus Leidorf has been capturing landscape images across Germany since the late 1980s. He's now amassed thousands upon thousands of aerial photographs on diverse landscapes from farms

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Mind-blowing Photographs of Earth Taken From Space

Mind-blowing Photographs of Earth Taken From Space

Updated weekly, ESA's Observing the Earth archive consists of thousands of photographs that date back to 2005. These Earth Observation images capture wide-angle snapshots of various landscapes with a

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