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Husky Suren Manvelyan, is a bit of a jack of all trades. He has a PhD in Theoretical Physics specializing in Quantum Chaos but has recently turned his attention to photographing the amazing detailed landscapes of eyes. The ones featured here are all from animals and includes a husky dog, snail, Siames cat, and even a crocodile as well as a few other creatures. With such close photos, one is able to see details such as the irises' color gradients, textures, patterns and even tiny blood vessels, causing these eyes to look like alien landscapes.
National Wildlife Magazine Photo Contest 2009 Honorable Mention, Amateur Division, Landscapes and Plant Life Category It rained for several days during my trip to the Canadian Rockies and I was frustrated about lost photographic opportunities. One afternoon, a break in the weather had me heading out on the highway, hoping for shots of bighorn sheep.
Serious gamers know just how time-consuming gaming is, often making it difficult to do anything besides working (only to buy more games) and playing the games themselves. Even so, gamers usually do still manage to have lives outside of the console; these cakes are some of the amazing creations born as a result.
Cousins: Justine, 29, & Ulric, 29 How much do you and your family members really look alike? Quebec, Canada-based graphic designer and photographer Ulric Collette has created a shockingly cool project where he's exploring the genetic similarities between different members of the same family. By splitting their faces in half and then splicing them together, he creates interesting new people that are sometimes quite normal looking and other times far from it. He calls this series Genetic Portraits .
By Daily Mail Reporter UPDATED: 07:20 GMT, 13 January 2012 Why wouldn't he be smiling? This Canadian Harp Seal gets to play all day in the snow and bask in the sunshine. Life for this little guy looks pretty sweet.
The Design Inspiration Articles Go Back 50 Adorable Animals To Melt Your Heart The word “animal” comes from the Latin word animalis, meaning “having breath”.