Featured image – Kármán vortex street – via NASA.
As I said on 9 stunning photos of beautiful clouds, the sky is the canvas of our world. But what if we could go beyond this canvas? How would the world look like? Here is a list of the most beautiful clouds I could find on the internet:
Cumulonimbus Towers over Brazil
Cumulonimbus Towers and Anvils over Brazil via NASA
This photography was taken by an astronaut aboard the space shuttle in February. It shows several cumulonimbus towers and anvils over Brazil. Due to the tropics climat, cumulonimbus towers can grow to be 12 miles tall.
Featured Image – Clouds over Lake Okeechobee – by Kim Seng via Flickr.
The sky is the abstract and uniform canvas of our world. Depending on the perspective, this canvas can be a source of inspiration or a monotonous background. As a photographer, it is very difficult to break the uniformity of the sky to make it extraordinary. Clouds is an important element to make a sky interesting and beautiful. This is why I gathered the most stunning photos of clouds I could found on the internet:
The setting sun over the Alps near Aussois, France – via Flickr
Storm clouds heading in from the west – via Flickr
Featured Image – Patagonian Glacier by Adam Gibbs
Our planet has a huge number of surreal places and natural sceneries with beautiful waterfalls, forests and mountains. However, in this article, I wanted to gather more mysterious landscapes. I think that some of the most beautiful places on earth can be found right under our feet. Futhermore, caves are beautiful spots where darkness meets the light coming from the surface. Photography in caves is thus contrasted and unique. Here is a round up of the most stunning caves in the world, I hope these pictures will leave you breathless.
Reed Flut Cave
Mysterious Blue Cave – by Peter Stewart
The Reed Flute cave is a popular tourist attraction in Guilin, China. Inside this water-eroded cave is a spectacular world of various stalactites, stone pillars and rock formations created by carbonate deposition. The multicolored lightning artificially illuminates this natural limestone cave. According to TravelChinaGuide, it has been Guilin’s most interesting attractions for hundred of years.
The reed flute cave – by Dennis Jarvis
Multicolored limestone by Bernt Rostad
Featured image: in Kansas, it’s illegal to serve wine in teacups.
Olivia was born 22 years ago in the woods of Johnstown, Pennsylvania and currently resides in Manhattan. In her “I Fought The Law” series, she showcases the most bewildering laws! It is an aesthetics and fun way to criticize a rusty judicial system.
Each photo violates intentionally some absurd U.S. State law that are partly still on the statute books. Most of the laws are outdated or bizarrely specific. She says: “Using early pop art as inspiration, I intend to defy rules and regulations across all the remaining US states.” You can discover all her projects on her blog: Olivia Locher.
In Rhode Island, it is illegal to wear transparent clothing
In Delaware, it’s illegal to wear pants that are “form-fitting”around the waist
Jessica Trinh is a 18-year old photographer based in South California. She made the following collection of her two dogs: a Golden Retriever named Chuppy and an Australian Shepherd named Daisy. Her target is to show how pet dogs fill very quickly their place in our hearts. Even though we enjoy having our dog pictures framed on our desk, most portraits of dogs are alike and are therefore less interesting. This is a collection of creative and inpsirational dog photographs, each portraits makes you look at pet dogs differently. I think that the most interesting aspect about these images is the relationship between Jessica and her dogs. What do you think about it?
A color bath – The liquid is a mix of milk and food coloring to dye the mixture
Golden hours – Relationship between Jessica and her dog