Joe Petersburger’s first prize in the World Press Photo contest is deserved as these unbelievable snapshots reveal the ideal fisher who is the quickest, funniest and the most dexterous. This fisher wouldn’t miss a single fish because he has to feed his little ones, trust me! Did you guess who I am talking about?
Have you heard about infrared thermography? Thermal images allow you “seeing” the heat that is given off by different objects. Let’s count the heat of everyday objects that are used in every household. How do we count the heat? Temperature is shown by colors. The warmest color is white. Then goes yellow, orange, red and purple. The coldest color is black.
A tea bag is lifted out of a hot cup of tea.
Chinese people can even feel dust in the air. It’s difficult to breeze, so tourists and local citizens go out hiding their faces in scarves. Dust storms are seasonal phenomenon in Asia, and right now China is covered with “sand powder”. At the same time this orange dust makes photos exclusive, even close to retro style. I bet photographers have much work to do on open air :)
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This interesting animal lives in the forests of Himalayas. The Red Panda’s taxonomic name is “shining cat”. Look at this funny animal! It is a little larger than a domestic cat; has reddish-brown fur, shorter front legs and a long tail. Red Panda loves eating bamboo. It is active from dusk to dawn. And it looks so cute on these pictures!