Dog portraits is always a welcome treat after an intensely busy week. Looking at these photos by self-taught photographer Elke Vogelsang, you’ll fall in love with her three rescued dogs Noodles, Scout and Loli who happen to love the camera. Here they are captured in their most expressive and sometimes emo moments. One photo even look like they are having a hearty laugh or singing their hearts out. Check out more [...]
Being used to the rush of the city and consumed by technology, it is refreshing to see photos of toddlers enjoying the countryside and being friendly with animals. Photographer and artist Jake Olson captured these endearing photos set in the Nebraskan countryside. As inspiring as the photos he takes is Olson’s story of discovering his passion for photography which happened when he was already 38 after he worked for several [...]
Just discovered a cool blog called 360 degree cities, a collection of amazing 360-degree panoramic photos from all over the world. Check out more panoramic shots below.
Self-confessed macro photography addict and hobbyist Tim a.k.a. goRillA-iNK have created a collection of water droplet macro photos set in vivid backgrounds. Tim’s work has been a favorite for many fans of his photography and his most famous yet has reached 10,000 downloads. Besides macro photography, Tim is on a journey of exploring his passion in still life and conceptual photography. See more of his works below. [via deviantart]
Icy Extremes is Kelly Photography’s latest series featuring these dainty formations of ice patterns that look like flowers in the grass caught while having a morning walk around her yard. The patterns are just gorgeous.
This collection of photography featuring giraffes is simply stunning. Check them out being majestic, simply adorable, cute and playful in this selection from photographers around the world.
Vyacheslav Ivanov patiently filmed Snowtime, a 2-minute “microscopic time-lapse” of a snowflake forming. While some may have thought that the video was altered in a way, but Ivanov expressed that the video is an actual formation of a snowflake as seen through a microscope. Nature is simply amazing. [via io9]
Photographer Jakob Wagner captured this wonderful series called Sea of Clouds, a collection he created while travelling from Cape Town to Düsseldorf. Check out more of Jakob’s work at his website. [via weezbo]
Photographer Andrew Whyte created a series called The Legographer, about a tiny LEGO photographer who appreciates London so much that he documents his adventures around it everyday for a year. Such a cute series! [via fubiz]
Japanese photographer Lafugue Logos has released a new series of photo series that captured the loveliness of flowers using macro photography. According to Logos, her pictures are made of poetry, philosophy, psychology, supernatural idea and spiritual feelings that is typically Japanese. [via designtaxi]