These are not painted images, as it might appear at first glance. These are food landscapes called “foodscapes” by photographer Carl Warner. Mr. Warner can spend hours glancing at food in supermarkets making other people think it is weird, but later he comes up with amazing photographs where the sea can be made of cabbage, tress can be broccoli and hills can be potatoes.
These beautiful stop action photos were taken by photographer Jean-Yves Lemoigne. They are of a variety of interesting and surreal subjects.
Swiss magazine about drawings (Dessiner) accidentally published porn pictures in between pages filled with drawing techniques and wine ads. This is an all audience magazine but very often parents buy it for their kids. The pages that the porn photos were on were supposed to contain drawing instructions, but instead showed lots of flesh.
These amazing sequential photos were taken by photographer Kim Taylor. He loves animals and his photos of insects, rodents, and birds in motion show a tremendous amount of detail. The special photographic technique of capturing everything from a squirrel’s tail flickering to a bird’s wing beating as they leap through the air, is known as locomotion.
Have you ever been part of those classic, yet mortifying awkward family photos? Now you can join in on the joy of making fun of other’s embarrasing moments.
These are the pictures taken by a Russian cosmonaut Fyodor Yurchikhin during the 25th Expedition to the International Space Station. The Photos are simply amazing.
You are already familiar with this principle of animated photos. Only here, the movement is not that obvious, so it may take you several seconds to see it in some pictures. Take a close look and see if you can spot them all.
This is the project of UK photographer Charles Twist had some Victorian camera enthusiasts to take the photos to mark the 150th anniversary of the founding of the resort. These photos derived directly from technology that was around 150 years ago. The result is great and it makes modern photos look like old ones without photoshop. The photos are not perfect which can be quite a shock in this age of all digital.
A new law passed in the good old state of Tennessee makes it illegal for residents to post images that may be deemed “offensive”, such as the following photos. A violator of this law could face up to $2,500 in fines and a year in the slammer. Have Tennessee legislators not seen what is already online?