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Pastel Deaths: Touching Portraits of Deceased Animals

Pastel Deaths: Touching Portraits of Deceased Animals

Pastel Deaths: Touching Portraits of Deceased Animals

Photographed by Istanbul-based Emir Ozsahin, air max 1 pas cher the ‘Pastel Deaths’ series was Ozsahin’s way of grieving over the loss of a close friend of his. Nick Chubb Georgia Football Jerseys Unfortunately the last time he got to see her she was “lying on the highway covered with newspapers” after a car accident.

The idea of using dead animals for a photography series is unique and somehow disturbing, Boston Celtics but Ozsahin did it beautifully that it visualizes death in a sentimental and less scary way. Yadier Molina Authentic Jersey “My aim is to show death, Fjallraven Kanken Classic which is an awful thing but also inevitable, adidas gazelle in a naive and optimistic way. Air Jordan 9 I tried to express how I want to perceive death and turn a bad situation into an acceptable one.

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Aerial Photos of Botswana Wildlife by Zack Seckler

Aerial Photos of Botswana Wildlife by Zack Seckler

Aerial Photos of Botswana Wildlife by Zack Seckler

From January 15 to February 23, Russell Wilson – Wisconsin Jerseys New York City’s Robin Rice Gallery will be exhibiting photographer Zack Seckler’s “Botswana”, asics femme a series of aerial photos capturing African landscape and wildlife. Nike Air Max 1 Dames In order to get these unique shots, he flew over Botswana in a small plane less than 500 feet in the air. This is the first solo exhibition for Seckler, Kyrie 2 Scarpe who began his career as a photojournalist before deciding he would much rather create rather than document images.

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Curious Squirrels By British Photographer Max Ellis

Curious Squirrels By British Photographer Max Ellis

Curious Squirrels By British Photographer Max Ellis

The curious and hyperactive nature of squirrels is what inspired British photographer Max Ellis to start shooting pictures of everyone’s favorite woodland rodent – the squirrels. Los Angeles Clippers Ellis is a professional freelance photographer based in U.K. Maglie Seattle Sonics He lures squirrels with sunflower seeds, Fjallraven Kanken Rugzak cookies and toys to keep them interested and to get them to pose the way he wants in front of the camera. Kanken Classic Baratas He even constructs tiny gadgets for his models, Fjallraven Kanken No.2 like cannons,

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Artist Creates Surreal Pictures With Shelter Animals

Artist Creates Surreal Pictures With Shelter Animals

Artist Creates Surreal Pictures With Shelter Animals

Talented Hungarian photographer Sarolta Ban creates distinctive surreal images with a noble purpose behind her work – each image is meant to portray a shelter animal in a new perspective and help them find a loving home. Nike Air Max 2016 Dames The series begun with one image of a white dog that she adopted. Scott Kazmir Jersey She went on to create a whole series of images featuring furry friends that are up for adoption.

She also started collecting images of abandoned animals from all over the world and plans to create beautiful images for them as well. sac a dos fjallraven She will then gift copies of these beautiful images to the people that choose to adopt them. Asics Pas Cher Site Officiel “Abandoned dogs sadly have really few chances to appear on a photo that will help them get out of the shelter… [one] that stands out from the crowd,

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Lost Behind Bars: Depressing Photos Of Zoo Animals

Lost Behind Bars: Depressing Photos Of Zoo Animals

Lost Behind Bars: Depressing Photos Of Zoo Animals

German photographer Elias Hassos captures the desolation of the animals – spending everyday of their life in cages not knowing freedom. The photos were published in German Greenpeace Magazine together with an article on the changing concept of zoos and whether it is a necessity or not.

The article in German Greenpeace Magazine states that we still need zoos for education, research and the protection of endangered species, but the concept of what a zoo is has to change – and fast. Zoo directors in Germany have started a modern reform of zoos called “Zoos of the Future” where each animal can spend less time in their cages and more time roaming in an environment similar to their natural habitats.

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Booboo and Friends: The Most Adorable Guinea Pigs on the Internet

Booboo and Friends: The Most Adorable Guinea Pigs on the Internet

Booboo and Friends: The Most Adorable Guinea Pigs on the Internet

We already featured Maru the dog, Adidas Homme the cat Shironeko and even Biddy and Darcy, our cute hedgehogs on Instagram. But now we have these little fur balls of guinea pigs Booboo and his friends to add to our list of famous and adorable animals.

A photographer who goes by the nickname “Lieveheerbeestje” takes photos of Booboo and her friends which look like it made for a Guinea Pig Vogue magazine: hipster glasses, bathe in pink tubs and pose with cute flowers on their hair. Booboo weighs about 1kg and is about 2 years old. Fjallraven Kanken 20L When asked how Lieveheerbeestje manages to capture Booboo and her other guinea pigs sitting so still, Fjallraven Kanken No.2 she explained, Air Max Pas Cher on her Deviantart profile, nike running goedkoop that her animals are very calm: “they just don’t move a lot in front of the camera,

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Photographer Takes Stunning Portraits With Real Animals

Photographer Takes Stunning Portraits With Real Animals

Photographer Takes Stunning Portraits With Real Animals

Warning: This is not Photoshopped. Asics Pas Cher Moscow-based Russian photographer Katerina Plotnikova created these stunning images with the help of real live animals!

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Mother’s Heartwarming Photos of Sons with Farm Animals

Mother's Heartwarming Photos of Sons with Farm Animals

Mother’s Heartwarming Photos of Sons with Farm Animals

Russian photographer Elena Shumilova only got into photography when she acquired her first camera just this 2012 . But when you look through her Flickr and 500px profiles, you would think that she had been doing it for much, much longer because her photos are beautiful and magical in its own ways.

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Macro Photos of Animal Eyes by Suren Manvelyan

Macro Photos of Animal Eyes by  Suren Manvelyan

Macro Photos of Animal Eyes by Suren Manvelyan

Armenian photographer Suren Manvelya created a stunning Animal Eyes close-up photo series, which is a truly eye-opening experience. His pictures reveal the vibrant colors and intricate details and seeing something that’s hidden from the naked eye is always what’s amazing about macro photography.

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31 Days of Food Creativity by Hong Yi

31 Days of Food Creativity by Hong Yi

31 Days of Food Creativity by Hong Yi

Malaysian artist/architect Hong Yi created a series of fun illustrations made with common and not so common food. Her parameters were simple: the image had to be comprised entirely of food and the only backdrop could be a white plate.

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Fashionably Dressed Animals Photographed by Miguel Vallinas

Fashionably Dressed Animals Photographed by Miguel Vallinas

Fashionably Dressed Animals Photographed by Miguel Vallinas

Interested in the idea of anthropomorphism or the attribution of human characteristics or behavior to a god, animal, or object, Madrid-based photographer Miguel Vallinas manipulated animal photos and made it appear as though they were wearing human clothes. Animals wearing clothes are not entirely new to us but Vallinas’ work made it a notch further by giving the animals a full wardrobe, complete from head to toe.

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Night Animals Stalk the Streets of a Small Town in Finland by Mikko Lagerstedt

Night Animals  Stalk the Streets of a Small Town in Finland by Mikko Lagerstedt

Night Animals Stalk the Streets of a Small Town in Finland by Mikko Lagerstedt

Finnish photographer Mikko Lagerstedt is back with another fantastic series called “Night Animals” which contains a whimsical series featuring “animals wondering around the city while people are sleeping”. If you are wondering how come an emu wanders in an empty street at night, well, these images are composites of two photos – one of the atmospheric background and the other of the animal itself, both captured by Lagerstedt.

However, the picture featuring a large cat off in the distance lit feintly from behind by a street lamp is actually shot on site, and it also what started this surreal series.

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Nature Photography by Mark Bridger

Nature Photography by Mark Bridger

Nature Photography by Mark Bridger

Mark Bridger describes himself as an amateur photographer but judging by the quality of his photos, he could be right up there with the professionals. He started photography when his wife bought him a camera on his birthday. He said he always wanted a camera but never got around to buying one. He typically loves nature, from the smallest critters to the largest animals.

He often spends a few hours of dawn in Knole park in Sevenoaks England, walking around hoping to get some nice pictures before the sun is completely up. His shots of wild barn owls are from Norfolk, a bird spotters paradise.

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India Song by Karen Knorr

India Song by Karen Knorr

India Song by Karen Knorr

Karen Knorr‘s works portrays the visual richness found in the stories of India using sacred sites to highlight caste, femininity and its relationship with the animal world.

In her most recent photography project, the “India Song”, each finished photograph is both a mystery and a fable. She recreated the Panchatantra – an ancient Indian collection of animal fables for the 21st century and blurred the boundaries between illusion and reality. She inserts the animal subjects by digital means within the consistently frontal interior photograph. These interiors are carefully photographed with a large format analogue camera and Knorr’s own photos of live animals are then inserted to the rooms and sites.

The India Song is her first solo show in United States. The series was also nominated for the 2012 Deutsche Borse Photography Prize.

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Underwater Photography by Nicholas Samaras

Underwater Photography by Nicholas Samaras

Underwater Photography by Nicholas Samaras

Nicholas Samaras is an award-winning underwater photographer. His love and dedication to sea and the marine life in combination with his efforts to bring out the best of the marine world using unique photography skills, established him in a very short period of time both in Greece and in abroad.

Among his underwater photo sets are abstract patterns of exotic sea creatures, sunken boats, colorful corals and marine life, sea slugs and even divers and underwater athletes. His photos show us that there is more what’s beneath the sea. That there is more to be known and discovered.

Many of his photographs have been published and selected for covers like National Geographic, Beyond Blue Web Magazine, Magazine ”FOTO – VIDEO DIGITAL” and many more.

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More Than Human by Tim Flach

More Than Human by Tim Flach

More Than Human by Tim Flach

With decades of experience in photographing animals, Tim Flach surely captures the beauty, peculiarity and intelligence of the world’s exotic creatures and beasts.

His book More Than Human is a collection of striking portraits of our non-human fellow beings captured with tenderness and elegance. He spent 7 years in photographing and making this book. By taking close-up shots, Flach attempts to show how closely similar animal gestures can get to that of the humans. These serene images are a result of long research and observation done by Flach. He tested these animals on different aspects such as light, environment, music, temperature and human presence and observed them to get his desired pose or image.

He carefully created individual settings for them and these magnificent photos prove that everything paid off.

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Ashes and Snow by Gregory Colbert

Ashes and Snow by Gregory Colbert

Ashes and Snow by Gregory Colbert

Gregory Colbert‘s photography project Ashes and Snow captures the extraordinary interactions between man and animals. Since the start of this project in 1992, he has traveled far and wide in order to capture these amazing photos and he has gone to India, Egypt, Sri Lanka, Borneo, Burma, Tonga, Namibia, Kenya, Antarctica and the Azores.

This exhibition of large-scale photographic artworks is being housed in the Nomadic Museum and has traveled to five cities in three continents and has received over 10 million visitors making it the most attended exhibition by any artist in history.

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Across the Ravaged Land by Nick Brandt

Across the Ravaged Land by Nick Brandt

Across the Ravaged Land by Nick Brandt

Images are powerful. They tell stories, even the most interesting and disturbing ones.

Nick Brandt has been spending the last decade documenting the transforming landscape of Africa and its wildlife due to the actions of human beings. In his photography project Across the Ravaged Land, the final part in his trilogy book, he documented the disappearing nature and animals of East Africa.

He included humans in his photography for the first time in this book – poachers killing for profit. Among his images are the famous Elephants of Amboseli, Lions in Serengeti, and the perfectly preserved creatures calcified by the salts of the Rift Valley soda lake where he arranges them to appear as though they were alive.

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Wild Wild West by Georgia Martin

Wild Wild West by Georgia Martin

Wild Wild West by Georgia Martin

Georgia Martin‘s photography project features cowboys and horses, a scene very particular on Wild West movies and books.

It takes a lot of professionalism and expertise to take such good photos especially if the subjects are in motion.

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Abandoned Cats, Abandoned Beauties by José Ramos

Abandoned Cats, Abandoned Beauties by José Ramos

Abandoned Cats, Abandoned Beauties by José Ramos

José Ramos really has a passion for photography… and cats, specially the abandoned ones. His Abandoned Cats, Abandoned Beauties photography project made at an organizations which help abandoned cats shows that despite the homelessness of each feline, they still possess a strong personality and beauty that impressed the photographer.

You can order a print in any of his images and besides having a beautiful picture of a cat worth framing, all profits will go to the organization.

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Africa: In the Wild by Michael Muller

Africa In the Wild by Michael Muller

Africa In the Wild by Michael Muller

A big collection of photos taken from one of his expeditions is stored in one of the many photography projects of Michael Muller. In his photo project Africa: In the Wild, Muller captured the most celebrated beasts of the continent as well as African people, young and old, with their culture and traditions.

Among his other projects are portraits of famous celebrities like Ironman Robert Downey Jr., Rihanna, Scarlet Johansson and many more.

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Corey Fishes by Corey Arnold

Corey Fishes by Corey Arnold

Corey Fishes by Corey Arnold

The photo above is just one of the many in Corey Arnold‘s photography projects showcasing his adventures and that of his fellow fishermen out in the seas of Bering, Europe and Norway and the lives they live. Arnold has spent 15 seasons working as a commercial fisherman in Alaska and while on board, he takes random pictures of him and his co-fishermen doing stuff like throwing the hook and sorting the catch.

His work has been exhibited worldwide and he has published two books, Fish Work: The Bering Sea (2011) and Fishing with My Dad 1978-1995 (2011)

Not only did he focused on his fishing trips but he also made a series of photographs exploring the relationship of human and animals.

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