I’m not a big “skull art” fan, but I dig this photograph of a wee butterfly (or is that a moth?) landing inside the eye socket of a human skull. The image, by photographer Marko Popadic, is called Oko (Polish for “eye”).
Beautiful and creative photos of exploding water balloons captured by talented photographer Edward Horsford. Rubber balloons were filled with colored water. Then, each balloon was popped and photographed using high speed photography.
woman-holding-mirror-on-grass-reflection. self-portrait of photographer Laura Williams, an artist from Cambridge, UK. The mirror illusion was achieved in post-production using Photoshop with the idea of being ‘invisible’ or ‘transparent’.
Photograph by Jennifer Kitchen Leading Lines, Reflection, Tone Leading lines are made by the Eiffel Tower in the background and the couture of the wine glass. There are three Eiffel Towers, two are reflections. The grey hues of the image give it tone.
The trend, called Rooftopping, has thousands of photographers climbing to the top of the world's tallest skyscrapers for an unrestricted, bird's-eye view of the street below.well,this is going in the *nope* file.