Category Archives: Photography

Filming how our immune system kill bacteria

To kill bacteria in the blood, our immune system relies on nanomachines that can open deadly holes in their targets. UCL scientists have now filmed these nanomachines in action, discovering a key bottleneck in the process which helps to protect … Continue reading

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Restless Cities Cycle Through Day and Night in Time Slice Videos by Dan Marker-Moore

Global metropolises known for their 24/7 energy glimmer around the clock in captivating time slice videos by Dan Marker-Moore. The skylines of Los Angeles, Kowloon, London, and Shanghai move through dawn, daytime, and dusk in precise slivers that capture specific … Continue reading

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Photographer Finds a “Hidden City” in Reflections of NYC Skyscrapers

“It’s kind of fun to think of these reflections as being a sort of hidden dimension or parallel universe.”[…] Source: Photographer Finds a “Hidden City” in Reflections of NYC Skyscrapers

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Stunning Portraits of Madagascar’s Reptiles and Amphibians by Ben Simon Rehn

In December, 2018, Iceland-based photographer Ben Simon Rehn trekked to Madagascar to test a new camera for Olympus. While on assignment, the photographer captured some spectacular images of the lush African island’s wildlife. Striking close-ups of chameleons show the reptiles’ … Continue reading

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Turns Out, There’s A Bee Species That Sleep In Flowers And It’s As Cute As It Sounds

We need bees. They’re the world’s most important pollinator of food crops. In fact, it is estimated that one third of the food that we consume each day relies on pollination mainly by bees. But as much as we are used to seeing them buzzing … Continue reading

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A Photo Series by Yoko Ishii Documents the Free-Ranging Urban Deer of Nara, Japan

In Nara, Japan,  Sika deer are not restricted to forests or parks, but rather mingle in the urban center much like humans—congregating in green spaces, browsing open shops, and even lining up neatly to pass through turnstiles. Although viewed as a … Continue reading

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Eye-Opening Entries From the 2019 National Geographic Travel Photo Contest

Photo and caption: David Edgar. I took this photo of an adolescent humpback whale in the South Pacific, several miles off the coast of Tongatapu, Tonga. I captured this as a split-shot with half my dome port submerged, and the … Continue reading

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2019 National Geographic Travel Photo Contest | National Geographic

Valley of Dreams by Gokul Kanagarajah “Sunset at alpine meadows in Dolomites, Italy. I had to cycle 5kms uphill from the hotel to catch the sunset, as I got to know at the last moment that visitors were not allowed … Continue reading

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Have you ever seen an atom?

Scientists at the University of California Los Angeles have found a way to create stunningly detailed 3D reconstructing of platinum nanoparticles at an atomic scale. These are being used to study tiny structural irregularities called dislocations.

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Photographer Shares Cyber-Punk View of Tokyo at Night in New Book

“My background in video games has shaped the way I view the world through a lens.” Art director, graphic designer, game developer, and photographer Liam Wong is pushing his creativity with a series of new ventures. Since 2015 he’s been honing his … Continue reading

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