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Rare Mushroom Photos Reveal the Visual Diversity of Fungi Who knew there are so many different kinds of mushrooms? Retiree Steve Axford, who lives and works in the Northern Rivers area of New South Wales in Australia, uses his camera to capture the startling visual diversity of fungi and other living things. As his photographs reveal, there are far more types of fungi than the pale, umbrella-shaped variety that most of us are used to seeing. Many of the rare specimens that Axford documents look absolutely out of this world. He photographs fungi of all different shapes, sizes, textures, and colors, from glowing fungi to fuzzy fungi to tiny, transparent fungi.

Landscape Photography Tips Landscape Photography Tips for the Beginner 1.) Scout – Visit your chosen location and give yourself time to walk the surrounding area. When you find a suitable location, work each shot by taking various images until you find the strongest composition, you may find this easier when you get home to view all images on your larger monitor. Having found a strong composition, revisit the same location in different lighting, such as sunrise, sunset, etc. 2.)

The Metropolitan Museum of Art Releases 400,000 Images into the Public Domain Kinder in einem Feriendorf / Martin Munkacsi / 1929 Daughters of Jerusalem / Julia Margaret Camero / 1865 Head of Man with Hat and Cigar / Leon Levinstein / 1960 Isambard Kingdom Brunel Standing Before the Launching Chains of the Great Eastern / Robert Howlett / 1857 A Study, No. 1 / Rudolph Eickemeyer / 1901 Experiment with Nature Definition: Refraction : re·frac·tion – [ri-frak-shuhn] The change of direction of a ray of light in passing obliquely from one medium into another in which its wave velocity is different Markus Reugels of Deutschland uses the properties of refraction to create beautiful miniature worlds inside drops of water.

Your beautiful eyes Behance Served Sites Served is a collection of sites that showcase category specific content from Behance, the world's leading platform for creative professionals across all industries. View All Served Sites → photography Served Join Behance Hire a Designer 32 Beautiful Tiny Villages Around The World Here’s a whole bunch of gorgeous photographs documenting tiny (but visually stunning) villages around the world. Whether it’s skyscrapers or suburbia that you’re used to, there’s something so magnetic about the simple life on display here. Riomaggiore, Italy. Is this Atlantis?: Photographer creates magnificent underwater world for exhibition that can only be viewed 145 feet under the sea By Daily Mail Reporter Published: 00:04 GMT, 1 August 2012 | Updated: 00:57 GMT, 1 August 2012 Greek philosopher Plato wrote of the legendary city of Atlantis, that sunk to the bottom of the ocean.

Happy New Year Happy New Year / 30 December, 2009 [click for previous image: let it snow #3] Happy New Year / 30 December, 2009 [click for next image: ringing in the new year] Title • Happy New Year I've spent the last couple of days wondering what to post to close out the year and then came across this entry on momentaryawe.com (run by my good friend Catalin Marin): his twelve favourite shots from 2009, one from each month.

Stunning black and white photography by Hengki Koentjoro (23 images) Black and white photography is one of my favorite things on Earth, and let’s call Hengki Koentjoro’s work Exhibit A as to why. I love the way fog, mist, and water are used as natural special effects to soften and distort the images, and how they take on a life of their own. The key to great black and white photography is contrast, and these photos have it in spades.

Billows of Colored Smoke Pervade the Air in Photo Series, ‘Pop!' Texas-based photographer Irby Pace stakes his vision of the predictable and typical. He does this in open fields, long and bending roads, bodies of still waters, shrub overgrown alleyways, and an assortment of landscapes devoid of activity. Pace’s jolt to these benign imagery is a ubiquitous colored cloud, reminiscent of a magician’s smoke cover as he conceals a trick or sleight of hand.

These 50 Photos From The Past Are Shocking And Hilarious. I Can't Believe How Things Have Changed... hyperallergic.comRobert Cornelius took this photo outside the store his family owned. It became famous for being the first self portrait or as its commonly now known, a “selfie.” This may very well be the most kings ever photographed at once.

Tomas Eriksson - Fine Art Photographer From Sweden Tomas Eriksson is a fine art photographer from the town of Gävle, which is in Sweden. He is very enthusiastic about his wife and children, and I know that his focus is on his family above all. He is a marketing coordinator for a leading industrial welding and piping company in Sweden. For him, photography is a cure for the stresses of life. Being in the field with the camera makes him forget those everyday problems we all face. I must say that his cure is most excellent.

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