Iceland’s Eyjafjallajokull’s volcano continued to spew ash all over Europe, it should remind all of us of the wrath that Mother Nature can wreak. As the volcano continued to rumble and hurl ash skyward it also brought us some beautiful scenery as these photos prove. Although the volcano shut down airports all over Europe, it also made for some gorgeous and interesting photography.
Previous post about the unpronounceable Icelandic volcano:
Some people love tattoos so much they make them on the bottom of their feet. This collection of crazy foot tattoos is pretty cool.
I recently found great works by Manjari Sharma, an Indian photographer from New York, and liked her Shower series the most. Soft light, nice atmosphere and different people who visited Manjari’s apartment to participate in an unusual photo shoot.
Here’s a little selection of animals who know how to hold a brush and do some abstract art.
Most of them are trained, of course, but some of them felt an artist inside them, took the brush and started to create their own artworks.
Like this dog Sammy who lives with his owner in Maryland. His owner said that Sammy started to paint after his owner attached a brush to his rubber bone. Recently some of his works were sold for $1,700. Not bad for a dog, huh? ;)
Guangzhou, the capital of Guangdong (China), is slashed by heavy rain. Streets and roads are hidden under the water.
I fell in love with this great blue cat from “Alice in Wonderland” movie, but of course all these artworks by two artists Bobby Chiu and Michael Kitsche are awesome!
I used to fish when I was younger, but I never saw such a worm. It can probably be used to catch a shark :)