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Les travestis burlesques avant et après maquillage par le photographe Leland Bobbe Les travestis burlesques avant et après maquillage par le photographe Leland Bobbe Le projet “Half-Drag” du photographe Leland Bobbé nous montre la face cachée des travestis burlesques à travers une série de photographies étonnantes et impressionnantes des travestis avant et après maquillage. Très bon ! via 101 Examples Of Aerial Photography Aerial photography is the taking of photographs of the ground from an elevated position. The term usually refers to images in which the camera is not supported by a ground-based structure. Cameras may be hand held or mounted, and photographs may be taken by a photographer, triggered remotely or triggered automatically. Today I have collected 100 Awesome Examples Of Aerial Photography which will blow your mind. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49.
Eiffel Tower, Tour Eiffel Paris - 360 Virtual Tour - Photo-Images - 360 VR Photos Panoramique The Eiffel Tower in Paris Torre Eiffel - Tour Eiffel - Eiffeltornet The Eiffel Tower in Paris needs no presentation, it is one the most well known monuments in the world visited by more than 5 million people each year. Built 1889 for the Universal Exhibition in celebration of the French Revolution. Height 324 m. Friday 2 Aug 2002 they launched a new website with panoramas photographed by Denis Gliksman one of the veterans in VR photography. Enjoy the sundown from the second floor above and visit the site (produced by TRIMARAN) and see the other 18 panoramas showing the tower both as night and day views. PHOTOGRAPHER: Denis Gliksman www.gliksman.com Denis Gliksman is one of the veterans in VR photography. Read interview at VRMag Also by Denis Gliksman D-Day
Bienvenue Genius School by Nina Leen 1948 | LIFE Inside a ‘Genius School,’ 1948 The phrase “genius school” has been tossed around quite a bit over the past year or so, after Cornell University won an international contest to create a high-tech mecca in New York City. Slated to open in 2017 on Roosevelt Island, a narrow, 150-acre slab of land smack in the middle of the East River, the campus is expected to attract thousands of top-flight students, teachers and researchers from all over the world to work on green technology, computer programming and urban planning (among other disciplines) while pumping billions of dollars back into the New York economy. Other New York-based schools where some of the world’s finests chefs train lost out on the big prize but — with financial help from the city — are planning their own counterparts to Cornell’s mid-river crown jewel. In Gotham, it seems, geniuses will soon be as thick on the ground as pigeons, tourists and out-of-work actors. But this is not the first time New York has played host to a “genius school.”
Stunning Shots Above and Below Water Get ready to pack your bags! Let’s take a trip and seek out some clear waters where we can capture shots like this. Called over-unders, split-shots, or just splits, this photographic technique helps you see both what’s inside the water and outside of it at the same time. Here, then, are 20+ photos that we hope you’ll think about the next time you’re planning a vacation. Stephen Frink Michael Anderson Joao Vianna Cesare Naldi James R.D. Lorenzo Menendez Eric Cheng Paul Cowell Viktor Lyagushkin Kelly Bracken Octavio Aburto Alexander Mustard Peter Verhoog Jurgen Freund Jonathan Green
The Great Wall of China China tours 4 Days This Beijing four day tour takes you on the highlights of the city and out of town to one of the better sections of the Great Wall. Beijing 3 Days • CNY 1,260 This Beijing three day tour takes you on the highlights of the city and out of town to one of the better sections of the Great Wall. 3 Days This tour takes you to the seat of Mongolian culture in China, Hohhot, the Inner Mongolian capital. Hohhot This tour bases you in a nice hotel centrally located in the historic city of Guilin. Guilin → Longsheng Rice Terraces → Guilin → Li River Cruise → Yangshuo → Guilin 1 day Beijing is one of the most exciting places in the world in terms of art. 1 day • CNY 340 This tour will give you a look into early 20th century Shanghai. Shanghai This tour captures the essence of Lhasa, Tibet's crown jewel. Tibet / Lhasa 2 Days This two day tour based from Luoyang brings together the best of the tourist sights in a no shopping private tour. Luoyang 6 Days Kunming → Lijiang → Shaxi → Lijiang
Cat On Boat Plays With Dolphins - Slothster Comment by paulsoul100 great and wonderful, but like many, my concern is for the dolphin, they are free beings, with there own development in progress. they must not be used for our desires and will.. let them evolve in there own time in there own way. and let us not rape the oceans for our collective greed. Comment by d4dolphin Beautiful video to watch....showing people the gentleness of dolphins. Only sick or injured dolphins should be in captivity. thank you dolphinlover for your comments. Comment by cat_lover I don't think it is "fish breath" that is the attraction. Comment by dolphinlover I dont believe in keeping animals in captivity either but most dolphins or wild life that is in captivity is because they were hurt at one time. Comment by SkiBum4ever Both are mammals, The genetic engineers are attempting to cross breed the cat with the dolphins at this very moment. so look for the Furry dolphin or the very smooth cat at a pet shop near you. Comment by babyhedred Comment by lovingtheson
Clever Photo Manipulations That Show Scenes You’ll Never See “Out of Place” is a clever series of photo manipulations by German photographer Robert Rickhoff, who starts with somewhat mundane photographs taken around town and then adds in elements that don’t belong. A residential scene shows a “speed jump”, streets are turned into skateboard ramps, and highways are transformed into volleyball courts. Each scene makes you look twice and smile at the absurdity of what it seems to show. Rickhoff’s work reminds us a tiny bit of Erik Johansson’s impossible Photoshopped scenes, except they’re a lot less bizarre. You can find more of Rickhoff’s work on his website and on his blog. (via Brekend) Image credits: Photographs by Robert Rickhoff and used with permission