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Cassini’s 10th Anniversary

Cassini has been orbiting Saturn for ten years. In that time, it has taken some truly phenomenal photographs. I’ve already posted about a couple of them (In the shadow of Saturn & Saturn from above), as well as a montage of … Continue reading

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That Night Over Half Dome

“Captured one night last May this eight frame mosaic starts on the left, down Northside Drive through Yosemite National Park. It ends thousands of light-years away though, as the arc of the Milky Way tracks toward the center of our galaxy on the right, far … Continue reading

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Hungry Planet

It’s fascinating what different people in different cultures around the world eat in a week. The variety of food stuffs consumed in various parts of the world, as well as how much a week’s worth of food costs, is incredible. … Continue reading

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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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Spiders & Insects Eating Each Other

The insect world is a weird, wonderful, and wildly violent place to exist in. Spiders and insects use a variety of different methods to eat each other, and photographer Nicky Bay has captured many of these in some truly excellent … Continue reading

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Liu Bolin “The Invisible Man” Part 2

Liu Bolin strikes again! I bet you never saw that coming… The Guardian has a collection of the latest Liu Bolin photographs, and they’re amazing. I find it phenomenal how a cursory glance at the photographs reveals nothing out of … Continue reading

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Perfectly Timed Photos

As a photographer, you can sometimes get incredibly lucky, and capture that perfectly timed photograph. The sort of photograph that requires you to be in just the right place, at just the right angle, and at just the right time. … Continue reading

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Olympus Bioscapes 2013 Microscopy Winners

For the past 10 years, Olympus Bioscapes has ran an international digital imaging competition, and the 2013 winners were recently announced. The results are suitably amazing. The top 10 are all worthy winners, and I especially recommend watching the video … Continue reading

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