Beautiful Aerial Photos Of The Blue Salt Fields, Shark Bay, Australia

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Photographer Simon Butterworth took aerial shots of it. Shots of blue salt fields look so surreal and literally patterns of abstract painting. It’s obvious that it is worthy of appreciation and it was also shortlisted for the 2015 Sony World Photography awards.

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iPhoneography by Enrique Abarca

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Enrique Abarca is a talented self taught photographer and artist based in Guadalajara, Mexico. Enrique shoots a lot of minimalistic and narrative photography.

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Mass of Energy as More than 300 Albert Einstein Lookalikes Celebrate His Genius

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Benny Wasserman, 81, stands with other people dressed as Albert Einstein as they gather to establish a Guinness world record for the largest Einstein gathering, to raise money for School on Wheels and homeless children’s education, in Los Angeles, California, United States, June 27, 2015. (Photo by Lucy Nicholson/Reuters)

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Photo of the Day: Fire Escape

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Buffalos escape a fire, which is spreading on a patch of land by the Yamuna river, on a hot summer day in New Delhi, India, June 9, 2015. (Photo by Anindito Mukherjee/Reuters)

Beauties Swims With The Beasts

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This is a photo shoot like youve never seen before a model in glamorous dresses surrounded by sharks. However, model and shark diver Liz Parkinson decided to take the plunge and get up close and personal with some of the most revered creatures of the deep. She was joined at the depths of the ocean by Australian photographer Jeremy Farris, who travelled around the world to capture this quite stunning collection. In some pictures, Liz is seen hitching a ride on the fins of the placid whale shark whilst in others she is being examined by the vicious tiger shark. Here: Liz swimming with Hammerheads in the Bahamas, Bimini. (Photo by Jeremy Farris/Caters News)

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Photography by Hayley Eichenbaum

Hayley Eichenbaum
Hayley Eichenbaum is a talented artist and photographer based between Wisconsin and California. She shoots a lot of urban, landscape and architecture photography.

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Fine Art Photography by Morey Spellman

Morey Spellman
Morey Spellman is a talented 20 years old self taught photographer based in California, USA. He shoots a lot of travel and fashion photography.

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Colorful Architecture Photographs by Ramin Nasibov

Ramin Nasibov
Ramin Nasibov is a multidimensional graphic designer specializing in Branding, Packaging Design and related Visual Communication, based in Berlin, Germany.

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Shadow Photos of Dogs Reveal Their ‘Primal Nature’

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Thomas Roma spent three years taking photos at a dog park in Brooklyn, New York. “Their shadows, I felt, revealed a wilder side of their nature,” the 64-year-old photographer said.

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Mystery of ‘Lady in Red’ Who Appeared in Mervyn O’Gorman’s 1913 Colour Photos

The young beauty looks thoughtful and dreamy as she poses on the shingle beach in a scarlet swimming costume, as her long strawberry blonde hair cascades to her waist. This ethereal-looking teenager – who is thought to be called Christina – was one of the first people to be photographed in colour, yet rather than becoming famous, the young woman appears to have vanished altogether.

She was captured by photographer Mervyn O’Gorman in the series of dreamlike photos taken in Lulworth Cove, Dorset, in 1913, and for years was thought to be his daughter but now scholars believe she was a relative or friend – but all attempts to track her down have hit a dead end. Photos courtesy of The Royal Photographic Society Collection at the National Media Museum.

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On the Beach, 1913

A portrait of O’Gorman’s daughter, Christina, taken on the beach at Lulworth Cove, Dorset. The comparatively long exposure time has given the sea a glassy quality and the large aperture setting and narrow depth of field has put Durdle Door in the background into soft focus.

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Underwater Fashion Photography by Jakob Dahlström

Jakob Dahlstrom
Jakob Dahlström is a talented freelance photographer currently based in Stockholm, Sweden. He shoots a lot of fashion, advertising, underwater and still life photography.

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Goa India by Nadia Dias

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Nadia Dias is a professional photographer, who was born in Goa in 1984, have a bachelor’s degree in Applied Arts, Indian origin now based between India and Paris.

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Beauty Photography by Maggie West

Maggie West

Maggie West is a talented photographer based between Los Angeles, London and New York. She shoots a lot of fashion, beauty, lifestyle, sport and portrait photography. Her work has been showcased in Vice, Schon and now in Photogrist.

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iPhoneography by Koyuki Inagaki

Koyuki Inagaki

Koyuki Inagaki aka Koyoox is a talented graphic designer, illustrator and mobile photographer from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia currently based in Tokyo, Japan.

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Close-Ups of Dead Plants at El Mirage Dry Lake

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Photographer Jeff Alu shot these close-ups of dead plants at El Mirage Dry Lake in California. Many of these “Island Paradises” exist on the dry lake bed, each with its own personality. These images help support his “Fractal” theory of photographic composition, in which zooming in reveals totally new photographic compositions.

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