My Animal Portraits In Watercolor. I wanted to take some steps away from my usual “double exposure” style.
So here are some images from my latest series, with a focus on watercolor. Hope you like it! I Captured ‘Stories Of The Forests’ Inspired By My Grandmother’s Tales. I’m a fine art landscape and conceptual photographer.
In this series called “Stories of the forests” that now has over 50 photos and goes on for over 3 years I’m trying to recreate that magic land where all the stories of my childhood took place. I grew up in my grandmother’s house and she used to tell me old stories about creatures of the forest and all the magic that happens in the forest when you’re not looking. Have you ever walked into the forest and heard a noise but when you turned your head nothing was there… well something was there. You just didn’t see it! My photos are not meant to present reality but a different world: something that is not seen by everybody.
More info: tomabonciu.com. I Photograph Nature With Circular Bokeh Backgrounds. Many of my works are based on strong bokeh and specifically circular bokeh which comes from the highlights in the background.
It may be a bit cliché theme to some but I’ve always been interested in it because it’s one of those things that only camera and lens can see. If you liked these photos be sure to check out my previous works here on Bored Panda. More info: joniniemela.com Hay Blue & Green Frozen Leafs Emerald Greens Sparkles. Belarusian Photographer Wakes Up Early In The Morning To Capture The Beauty Of Winter. Belarus is a storied country that is unknown to many in the west.
Thankfully, Belarusian photographer Alex Ugalek reveals at least some of the beauty of the countryside in this series of magical photos. Called “Morning Poetry” by some, and “Return To Magenta” by others. According to Ugalek, he first handled a camera in 4th grade, and bought his first, cheap camera to take on fishing trips! More info: Instagram | LiveJournal | PhotoCentra (h/t: thisisnthappiness) Archive Treasures: Moomin postcards from the 90s - Moomin : Moomin. Double Exposure GIFs Of Wild Animals Show How Humans Destroy Their Habitats. Turkish artist Said Dagdeviren makes beautiful art with a message.
His recent series, Double Exposure, is of animated animal silhouettes and human activity that damages said animal’s habitat. “I made these gifs because this is how I feel about our planet,” Dagdeviren told Bored Panda. “Humans are so selfish and they didn’t want to see… animals can’t talk, they can’t tell us how much they hurt. We destroy everything and it’s break my heart so deeply. Maybe my work will touch someone’s hearts and make them realize that we’re not alone in this world. More info: saiddagdeviren.com | Behance This is how humans destroy animal habitats… …and this is how things shoul be Bored Panda would like to thank Dagdeviren for the interview. GIMNASTYKA GENTELMANA ZABAWNA GRAFIKA 1898 r. (5800104291) Płatność z góry Przez PayU Płatność przy odbiorze.
Waking Up At 7 AM On A Saturday Morning Was Worth It. My misty Transylvanian morning – waking up at 7 am on a Saturday morning was never so worth it.
More info: 500px.com. This Is What Happens When Rain Falls On The Earth’s Driest Desert. The Atacama desert in Chile is the driest non-polar desert on Earth, but even this seemingly barren wasteland can burst with life under the right conditions.
If the desert experiences heavy rainfall during the Southern Hemisphere’s spring (October, November), the flowers ‘hibernating’ beneath its surface suddenly bloom with an explosion of color, eager to take advantage of the rain. This year’s bloom was brought on by the same weather patterns that spawned Hurricane Patricia, the most powerful hurricane to make landfall on record. “The intensity of blooms this year has no precedent,” Daniel Diaz, the National Tourism Service director in Atacama, told the EFE news agency.
“And the fact that it has happened twice in a same year has never been recorded in the country’s history. We are surprised.” Colorful Birds Painted With Watercolors By Maja Wronska. I really love how Poland-based architect Maja Wrońska uses watercolors and light painting birds.
Zdjęcie nr 13 w galerii - Tysiąc rzeczy Jarosława Iwaszkiewicza. Wejdź do domu w Stawisku [ZDJĘCIA] Polona. Kinga Grudzień. Amelia. Błękitne. Freddie. Golden gate sunset. Kopia. Kosmos gwiazdy. Liście. Mehoffer Wisla pod Niepolomicami. Miszmasz. Repos. SOIREE 1. Wrzosowisko. Zima. Untitled.