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Everyday Objects Manually Transformed Into Functional Film Cameras

It’s not uncommon to see, in any situation from a museum to a public park to see both amateur and professional photographers capturing moments using technology ranging from sleek smartphones to cumbersome lenses. Less common is the sight of a … Continue reading

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Colorized Photos Reveal the Historic Discovery of King Tut’s Tomb

29th/30th October 1925, Tutankhamun’s Tomb | The gold mask (Carter no. 256a) in situ on the mummy of the King, still inside the third (innermost) solid gold coffin. (©️ Griffith Institute, University of Oxford, colorized by Dynamichrome) When the tomb … Continue reading

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Incredible Split-Second Photo of Bald Eagle with Symmetrical Reflection

“It was only later when I went through my images…did I realize how fantastic it looked with him squared off perfectly and staring daggers at me.” […] Source: Incredible Split-Second Photo of Bald Eagle with Symmetrical Reflection

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A Literal Translation Lends a Daring Edge to the First Meal of the Day

Although breakfast is commonly consumed in a rush out the door, or slurped hurriedly before one dashes to catch the bus, the early morning meal’s straightforward composition of actions is often not considered.Madrid-based photographer Tessa Dóniga created the series Break/Fast … Continue reading

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A Field Recording by Phil Torres Documents the Waterfall-like Sound of Millions of Migrating Monarch Butterflies

Entomologist and TV host Phil Torres (previously) dives deep into the natural world to document sights and sounds that many of us will never have a chance to experience firsthand. In his most recent video, Torres showcases the sound created … 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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Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Hans Guichardo — Wanderlusties

#south america, #sunset, #brazil, #cityscape via Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Hans Guichardo — Wanderlusties

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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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