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Your beautiful eyes on the Behance Network

Your beautiful eyes on the Behance Network

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(Really) Stunning Pictures and Photos Monday Inspiration Smashing Magazine.url Photography is a very powerful medium and a very difficult craft. Excellent photos don’t only display some facts — they tell stories, awake feelings and manage to share with the audience the emotions a photographer experienced when clicking the shot button. Taking excellent pictures is damn hard as you need to find a perfect perspective and consider the perfect timing. To achieve brilliant photography you need practice and patience. However, it is worth it: the results can be truly stunning.

Artist Embroiders Notebook With Veins, Holograms, And Floral Patterns Chara, an artist from Athens, creates beautiful and intricate embroidered notebooks. She turns an object as simple as a notebook into a treasured object perfect for writing down your most precious thoughts. Her notebooks are so meticulously made that it looks as if the embroidered decorations were drawn on by a gel pen instead of with a needle and thread. All of her notebooks are hand-made from Japanese paper, using the simple but beautiful Japanese stab binding technique. After selecting an image, she transfers it onto the cardstock and embroiders it to give it a unique 3D effect and, lastly, binds the book.

20 Most Amazing Microscope Shots Pictures !!!! These microscope pictures are taken from the book ‘ Microcosmos’, created by Brandon Brill . This book includes many scanning electron microscope (SEM) images of insects, human body parts and household items. These are the most amazing images of what is too small to see with the naked eye. 01 – A wood or heathland Ant, Formica fusca, holding a microchip 02 – The surface of an Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory silicon microchip The Hamilton Pool Nature Preserve in Texas Oct 3, 2011 Located approximately 30 miles (48 km) southwest of Austin, Texas, the Hamilton Pool Preserve is a historic swimming hole which was designated a preserve by the Travis County Commissioner’s Court in 1990. Located 3/4 mile upstream from its confluence with the Pedernales River, Hamilton Creek spills out over limestone outcroppings to create a 50 foot waterfall as it plunges into the head of a steep box canyon. The waterfall never completely dries up, but in dry times it does slow to a trickle.

88 Brilliant Examples of Forced Perspective Photography Forced perspective is a technique that employs optical illusion to make an object appear farther away, closer, larger or smaller than it actually is. It is used primarily in photography, filmmaking and architecture. It manipulates human visual perception through the use of scaled objects and the correlation between them and the vantage point of the spectator or camera. The science and art of mathematically perfect bagel cutting Remember all the times during high school math classes that you scoffed in the face of your math teacher and echoed the refrain, “When will I ever use this in real life?” Well, today is the day teachers all around the world get to laugh back, because math has reared its head at the breakfast table of all places. Because there’s nothing more pedestrian than a down-the-middle cut, it's time to take your sesame seed and everything bagels to the next level. The folks over at the Mathematics and Nature, possibly looking to rival the bacon Möbius strip, have compiled a bagel cutting guide that would blow the minds of your local Panera Bread employee. Image via Tumblr

Origami Crease Pattern! I made my very first crease pattern! I’m not sure how origamists tend to define crease pattern, but for me, I simply used every single crease needed to create the final model without shaping. I understand that some origamists like to just draw crease patterns up to a base with a certain amount of limbs needed for the final model, but I feel like my models aren’t designed in such a way that allows for this.

Brilliant photography from Natgeo archives National Geographic is the source for photos, free desktop wallpapers of places, animals, nature, underwater, travel, and more.It's a long time inspiration for me but now only the time helps me to bring these awesome photographs for your display.I am very happy to bring those "brilliant photography from national geographic archives" here.The following 60 beautiful photographs has beautiful wild life,nature,people and bird photos. All the credit goes to Nationalgeographic and all the photographers :) About the author

20 Captivating Photos Shot At Exactly The Right There are some things in life that make me feel dated (notice I didn’t use the word “old” LOL). For example, sending a fax, writing in cursive (with a pen) and talking on any phone with a cord (and twirling it around my fingers) are all things that kids born in 2011 might never have the opportunity to experience. I remember back in the days when people would say, “I wish I had my camera with me today, I could have taken some great pictures.” Now that practically everyone has a smartphone, we all have our cameras with us everywhere we go. That is evident in these photographs taken at exactly the right moment. The photography we see these days is phenomenal. Internet's Most Viewed and Admired Photographs It is certainly my honor to present you some of the Internet’s most viewed photographs I have found on the internet. These are self explanatory pictures which need no introduction from a naive collector like me. These have been reproduced numerous times and admired all over the internet. I am sure you have seen all or few of them somewhere else as well but my effort of collecting them on one platform may inspires my readers who has special interest in natural wallpapers and photography.

"An Object in Motion," an outtake from Backswing, by Aaron Burch A: Just to pass the time, a hobby or whatever. But it kept growing kept getting bigger and finally got a little out of control, really. A: I do remember, in school, college, building these bridges out of toothpicks or Popsicle sticks or whatever and seeing how sturdy we could make our structures. How much weight they could withhold. I’d always really loved those projects. A: I did, yeah. More Sacred Geometry, Star Portals and Mandalas for Meditation I want to share some more of the Sacred Geometry creations I have put together, I start to honestly feel that these images alter the way I think about my surroundings, they tap directly into some consciousness within me, almost like life coming together and building itself in the shapes of these seemingly simple but deceptively complex formations. There is something very powerful here in the interlaced play of the red and blue colours While looking at these pictures in a state of meditation, I can feel how they alter my consciousness somehow directly, with the patterns starting to live a life of their own within my subconsciousness, mind and everything, affecting how I sense everything around me, like the patterns in themselves are starting to grow beyond my monitor, into my existence and altering the way in which I connect to the energies around me, allowing me to focus on a pattern that lets me calibrate my reality into, like offering a blueprint into the way life operates in itself.

you are so right. Crazy close images. Wanting to paint some of them by johnzahrt Nov 28

Eyes have more to tell then you think. by weyboom Nov 7

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