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Captivating Photographs of Storm Clouds by Camille Seaman Show Nature’s Power

Photographer Camille Seaman travels the world capturing fleeting moments of power in diverse landscapes. From melting icebergs at both poles to stormy states across America, Seaman showcases the beauty, terror, and fragility of nature in her digital and film images. Seaman began … Continue reading

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NightShift: Photos by Florian Mueller

Cologne-based photographer Florian Mueller captures the street scene of Shanghai at night with this series that focuses on tiny storefronts selling a variety of things, sort of like a mini 7-Eleven. The series reflects life in the bustling metropolis that has become … Continue reading

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Photographer Travels World to Explore His Newly Discovered Roots – My Modern Met

Brazilian photographer Hugo Santarem Rodrigues took a DNA test to learn more about his ancestry and it took him on a journey across the world. It’s human nature to be curious about your roots, and recent advances in genetic testing … Continue reading

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Mexico City’s Day of the Dead parade 2018 – in pictures

The Mexican capital holds a parade and vigil in memory of the migrants who lost their lives in transit across Mexico en route to the US Source: Mexico City’s Day of the Dead parade 2018 – in pictures

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Dramatic Perspectives Capture Uniquely Juxtaposed Beachgoers in Street Photography by Moises Levy

Mexico City-based photographer and architect Moises Levy captures unique moments of human and animal interaction in his street photography, most often centered around activities at the beach. By shooting at a low angle, Levy captures slackline and tightrope walkers in the … Continue reading

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Video Captures Amazing Meteor Explosion! | SWNS TV

This incredible video made from a series of images captures the ‘once in a lifetime’ moment a meteor explodes and then disintegrates into the night sky above a castle. The breathtaking scene – recorded very few times on camera – … Continue reading

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Suspended Groups of Umbrellas, Lollipops, and Plates Swarm the Isle of Man in New Photographs by Thomas Jackson

Thomas Jackson (previously) uses man-made objects to imitate the self-organizing behavior of large groups of birds, fish, or insects in his ongoing series “Emergent Behavior.” For this project, the San Fransisco-based artist clusters brightly colored umbrellas, plates, or streamers together … Continue reading

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Eerie Photos of an Empty Tokyo After Typhoon Warnings

Shinjuku Station in Tokyo gets used by an astounding 3.8 million people per day. That’s almost the entire population of Los Angeles! So stumbling upon an empty Shinjuku Station or Shibuya Station, even in the middle of the night, is … Continue reading

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Adventurous Photographer Shares His Most Memorable Images

This photographer has done everything from “documenting the I’daan people collecting edible bird’s nests from the roof of a 500ft cave in Borneo” to “visiting the largest coal mine in India that has been burning underground for about 100 years.” … Continue reading

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