Tokyo Visuals

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Tokyo is an amazing and sought after place for culture shock and visual inspiration. Thus the nature of the city, I have a collection of photography and a quirky art print to recap a visit to the amazing city of Tokyo, Japan. Sites featured: Shinjuku, Hatsudai, Omotesando, Ueno Park. Continue »

Wildlife Photographer Of The Year 2015 Finalists

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The shark surfer by Thomas P. Peschak. Finalist, Photojournalism award: single image. Many sharks are found at Aliwal Shoal near Durban, South Africa, making it the perfect place to test a prototype surfboard with an electromagnetic shark deterrent. (Photo by Thomas P. Peschak/Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2015)
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Lifestyle Photography by Luke Schuetrumpf

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Luke Schuetrumpf is a talented photographer and young surfer from Whale Beach, New South Wales, who currently based between Los Angeles, California and Sydney, Australia.
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The Final Selection Of Entries From The National Geographic 2015 Photo Contest

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The National Geographic Photo Contest is accepting entries in three categories: people, places and nature. The grand-prize-winning image will be published in National Geographic magazine, and the winning photographer will receive $10,000 (USD) and a trip to National Geographic headquarters in Washington, D.C., to participate in the annual National Geographic Photography Seminar. Continue »

Rainbow Babies: Photo Gives Hope To Expecting Mothers Who’ve Had Miscarriages And Stillbirths

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This beautiful photo of a rainbow spectrum of pregnant mothers, taken by photographers Natalia Karpovovy and Elena Gannenko, has gone viral as a symbol of hope for mothers who have given birth to or are expecting “rainbow babies.” Continue »

Photos Of Beautiful US Marine Wives on “Jane Wayne Day”

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1st Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion held the “Jane Wayne Day” event at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California to give the spouses an opportunity to experience a day as a Marine. “Jane Wayne Day” gives the family members an inside look of how the Marines contribute to their unit and promotes a friendly environment within the battalion. Continue »

Photographer Michael Stokes’ Photos Of Nude Amputee Veterans Are In New Book

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The Kickstarter campaign for his third coffee table book reached its $48,250 funding goal in just two days – and went on to raise $411,134 in total.

Now, photographer Michael Stokes, 52, is finally releasing Always Loyal, his much-anticipated hardcover book on November 15, featuring both male and female amputee veterans posing in sexy, confident shoots rather than in the more-prevalent solemn-style of photos. The book will contain plenty of new images from the series he began more than three years ago. And, thanks to the huge success of his crowdfunding venture, the photographer will be donating $20,000 to the Semper FI Fund, a charity that benefits wounded warriors. Continue »

Photographer Captures Nearly Frozen Waves In Nantucket And It’s Amazing

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Jonathan Nimerfroh, a photographer who describes himself as “obsessed” with the ocean, found something most of us have never seen – nearly frozen waves. He captured these amazing photographs of slushy winter waves near his Nantucket home. For more photos of slurpee wave images you can find here. Continue »

This Is What Happens When Barbie Faces The Struggles Of Living In NYC

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If you’ve ever been brave enough to venture into the adult world pf NYC as a twentysomething, you know just how difficult normal, daily activities can be! As magical as the city can be, everything seems to be an expensive, uphill battle. Continue »

“Soul-Stealing” Photos Visualize the Dependence We Have to Our Phones

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Our eyes are all-too-often glued to our phones and we miss what’s going on in the world around us. The alluring and tempting images light up the screen, grabbing hold of our gaze as we’re powerless to look away. French photographer Antoine Geiger has visualized this parasitic relationship in his series called ‘SUR-FAKE’. In each of his compelling compositions, a phone and face are fused into one, as its user is absorbed into the illuminated device.

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Poland’s Mysterious “Crooked Forest” Populated with 400 Bent Pine Trees

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Located just outside of Nowe Czarnowo, West Pomerania, Poland, there lies a pine grove known as the “Crooked Forest.” It is one of the most unusual forests in Central Europe. What makes this grove of approximately 400 trees so bizarre is that instead of growing naturally, each tree is bent at 90 degrees near the base, causing a wide arc to the top. Continue »

Photo of the Day: Steve Jobs Giving His Middle Finger To IBM, 1983

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This rare photograph of Steve Jobs demonstrates the Apple co-founder’s infamous rebellious spirit as he “flips the bird” outside an IBM building in New York City. Continue »

Gigi Hadid by Steven Meisel

Gigi Hadid by Steven Meisel

American fashion model and television personality, Gigi Hadid photographed by Steven Meisel and styled by Carlyne Cerf De Dudzeele for Vogue Italia November 2015.
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Photo of the Day: The Rescuer

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A fireman rescues in Paracatu de Baixo, Minas Gerais, Brazil on November 9, 2015 a dog that was trapped in the mud that swept through the Village of Bento Rodrigues on Thursday killing at least one person and leaving other 26 missing. Continue »

Can You Spot The Naked Woman In This Photograph? Artist Uses Paint To Blend Naked Model Into The Background

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For hidden in this image is a naked woman who has blended into the surroundings thanks to some clever paint and photography. Bodypaint artist Jörg Düsterwald created the illusion with photographer Tschiponnique Skupin and a model called Nadine in a forest in Lower Saxony, Germany. Continue »