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Black and White Animal Portraits by Lukas Holas

Black and White Animal Portraits by Lukas Holas

Black and White Animal Portraits by Lukas Holas

Lukas Holas is a photographer, NMD Adidas Dames a graphic designer from Frydlant and an animal lover. mochilas kanken classic He loves animals so much that he decided to create a series in Behance entitled Portraits of Animals which features high-class black and white images of his favorite creatures to showcase their real elegance and beauty.

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Striking Images Of Women With Unshaven Underarms

Striking Images Of Women With Unshaven Underarms

Striking Images Of Women With Unshaven Underarms

London-based photographer Ben Hopper has taken a simple and elegant photo series that turns our ideas of feminine body hair and beauty the other way around. Ray Ban In this photo series which must be called “Natural Beauty,” Hopper asked several models to grow out their underarm hair. goedkoop nike air max 2016 The photo project challenged the idea that hairy women are in any way unattractive or unhygienic.

As Hopper explains on his website, Kanken No.2 “Although armpit hair is a natural state it has become a statement. Nick Chubb UGA Jersey Why is that? For almost a century we have been brainwashed by the beauty industry, Sac à Dos Kanken Fjallraven encouraging hair removal.

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Stunning Macro Photographs of Butterfly Wings Taken by Biochemist

Stunning Macro Photographs of Butterfly Wings Taken by Biochemist

Stunning Macro Photographs of Butterfly Wings Taken by Biochemist

The macro and highly magnified photos of butterflies’ wings show the scales that make up the beautiful patterns that we see. Butterflies and moths both belong to the scientific order Lepidoptera (scaly wing). They are symbols of natural beauty, but Linden Gladhill, a biochemist and photographer, has created an amazing set of photographs that introduce us to the natural beauty of butterflies and moths on a higher level not seen by the naked eye.

“I’m completely enchanted by the physical world around me and obsessed by its natural beauty. My career in science has magnified this feeling of awe. For me, photography is a way to capture this physical beauty and to pass this feeling on to others,” he writes on his Flickr account.

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Wildlife Photography by Roeselien Raimond

Wildlife Photography by Roeselien Raimond

Wildlife Photography by Roeselien Raimond

Roeselien Raimond is a former art therapist and web designer. She has always been interested in both art and living beings. But nowadays, she tries to combine her love for nature and art by getting into photography. A few years ago, she was living a very hectic life and she needed some peace of mind, and she found it in nature and wildlife photography. Her camera was a pretty good excuse to roll in the grass and forget about her busy life for a while.

The unpredictable nature of the wild changed Raimond’s world. Nature photography demands a lot of patience and flexibility because you can never foresee its natural behavior. She learned to take things as they are and go with the natural flow which are mostly unexpected, but can lead to something wonderful.

As Roeselien Raimond said, “Learn and get inspired by looking at others, but finally choose your own path.”

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Nature Aquarium by Amano Takashi

Nature Aquarium by Amano Takashi

Nature Aquarium by Amano Takashi

This Nature Aquarium photography project by Japanese photographer Amano Takashi is a concept of a planted aquarium hobby combined with plant layout techniques. It is a creation of natural ecosystem in a confined space of the aquarium.

Takashi’s unique skill in aquarium plant scene is evident in the photos of these series. Aside from being a photographer, he is also able to maintain many unique and exciting underwater aquascapes in his own shop in Niigata Japan.

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The Human Body by Mona Kuhn

The Human Body by Mona Kuhn

The Human Body by Mona Kuhn

Photographer Mona Kuhn is best known for her large-scale photographs of nudes. Her work redefines the ways of looking at the body. Her pictures often depict classical themes with a light and insightful touch. Kuhn’s approach to her photography is unusual that she develops close relationships with her subjects, resulting in images of remarkable naturalness and intimacy. Her subjects are naked but they are comfortable in their own skin.

As Kuhn said, “I always feel that people are dressed in their own skin.” For her, the nude is like “an art-historical costume you can’t get away from. And if a nude is a costume, then naked would be a uniform.” Focusing her lens on different subjects including her friends and family, Kuhn’s photographs are markedly egalitarian – meaning that every one of them is equal in every aspect.

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In Katrina’s Wake by Chris Jordan

In Katrina's Wake by Chris Jordan

In Katrina’s Wake by Chris Jordan

In Katrina’s Wake – A series of photos depicting the aftermath of the hurricane Katrina all over America. This photo project was created by American photographic artist Chris Jordan whose main concerns are about the consumerism of today’s society.

Almost 300,000 Americans lost their properties in this disaster. Classrooms, houses broken, clothes and books scattered and debris everywhere. What is bothering in Jordan’s mind is whether we are somewhat responsible for this catastrophe since there were evidences that hurricane Katrina was not an entirely natural disaster like earthquake. He said, ‘From that perspective, my hope is that these images might encourage some reflection on the part that we each play, and the loss that we all suffer, when a preventable catastrophe of this magnitude happens to the people of our own country. Katrina has illuminated our interconnectedness, and it makes our personal accountability as members of a conscious society ever more difficult to deny.’

He wants us to act, not just react. To do something for them how small it might be.

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Natural Beauty by Michael Magin

Natural Beauty by Michael Magin

Natural Beauty by Michael Magin

These ladies are not afraid to flaunt their gorgeous bodies, to show that they are free in this society. Michael Magin shoots them to show that natural beauty is still far more stunning than those that are artificially enhanced  and its something that one should be proud of.

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