Shake” is a small and cute series of dog shots shaking off water. It is unbelievable the weird Here are amazing pics of Shake Dogs. These photography are taken by Carli Davidson. “Carli Davidson is a nationally recognized fine art pet photographer currently working out of Portland Oregon.
Sometimes the timing of a photograph makes all the difference in the world. Check out the 19 best animal photobombs of all time. (more pictures here)
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53-year-old Sergei Bobkov has patented a unique technique of creating amazing sculptures out of Siberian cedar wood-chips.
Josh Smith aka Hydro74 is an Orlando based artist specializing in typography, apparel development and illustration. The soul purpose of his career is to push the boundries in doing what he feels is relevant to the market as well as extract various elements and trends to be able to offer them up in his own personal work. This gallery features from my point of view 45 of his best artworks. I really love the t-shirt designs … wouldn’t mind to have few of these in my closet :). So guys, if you love cool illustrations and apparel design … make sure to check these out. Enjoy!
Various dark photos by talented Sarah Wilmer. Enjoy!
These amazing embryonic animal photographs are from a new National Geographic Documentary called “Extraordinary Animals in the Womb”. The show’s producer, Peter Chinn, used a combination of four-dimensional scanning technology, computer graphics and tiny cameras to capture the process from conception to birth.
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The following piece takes us to the depths of the oceans, where this beautiful marine mammal reigns supreme. This tribute to the Blue Whale, the world’s largest animal, has deep meaning and relevance for the artist, due to his bond with the sea. Trecool.
It’s been ages, but the National Geographic photo gallery is back again. This time, we’ll be presenting their weekly photo contest. They’re divided into 3 subsections – nature, people and places. As we are already used to, you may expect portion of quality photos. Scroll through, pick your favorite … and if interested, even cast a vote at the NG site. My favorite one is The Day After Christmas by Mike Killion and the Dinka woman by Tim Freccia – both available in people section. Enjoy!