Tag Archives: Colossal

Sand Creatures

What do you get when you throw sand into the air and capture the image using a high speed camera? Sand creatures. That’s what you get. This is precisely what Claire Droppert has done. She threw clumps of wet sand … Continue reading

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Marine Worms

Marine worms are creepy. Really, really creepy. One might even say nightmarish. On the flip side, they also look stunning. Alexander Semenov is an amazing photographer of creepy crawly things living in the sea. He’s just released some incredible images (like … Continue reading

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Chasing Storms

Chasing storms is not something that is suited to everyone. However, for those that do, you can take some truly amazing photographs (Colossal). One such storm chaser is Mike Hollingshead, and his photographs are breathtaking. The way he manages to … Continue reading

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High Speed Flower Explosions

What do you get if you freeze flowers in liquid nitrogen and then shoot them with an air gun? Some pretty spectacular images (Colossal). “The life of a flower usually ends in slow, inglorious decay as petals wilt and succumbs … Continue reading

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Planetary Cakes

Everyone loves cake. Everyone loves planets. That may be a slight exaggeration, but what I think we’ll all be able to agree upon is that everyone will love these planetary cakes. Created by Cakecrumbs, these cakes looks amazing, and are … Continue reading

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Long Exposure Neon Waterfalls

What’s happened to the waterfall? Why is it green? The answer is rather subtle and ingenious. Sean Lenz and Kristoffer Abildgaard dropped high-powered Cyalume glow sticks in a variety of colours into various waterfalls, and captured the results using long exposure … Continue reading

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Light Sculptures

I’ve posted before about an artist using scrap metal and light to create pieces of art. Over at Colossal, we have another artist, Diet Wiegman, doing something similar, whereby he uses various trash and objects to create fantastic light sculptures. … Continue reading

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Volcanic Lightning

Lightning by itself is pretty scary. An active volcano by itself is even scarier. An active volcano spewing forth lightning is down right terrifying. “Why does a volcanic eruption sometimes create lightning? Pictured above, the Sakurajima volcano in southern Japan was caught erupting in … Continue reading

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Weekly Ramblings – Whose Line Death Star GIFs

Back to some Weekly Ramblings, and this one is full of the Oxford Dictionary’s USA word of the year, GIFs. Unfortunately, I don’t know how to embed GIFs in WordPress, so this will be full of juicy links to them … Continue reading

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Nude Dancers Time Lapse Images

Have you ever wondered what time lapse images of nude dancers would look like? Well, wonder no more! Colossal have a selection of time lapse images of nude dancers created with 10,000 individual photographs. Created by Shinichi Maruyama, these blurry … Continue reading

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