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The Finalists of the 14th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest

© Michael B. Hardie. All rights reserved. Over the last 13 years, readers have submitted nearly 350,000 images to Smithsonian’s annual photo contest. These photos have transported us to the far corners of Earth, captured spectacular, split-second moments and introduced us to fascinating people … Continue reading

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Kyoto Winter Wonderland

Image via sugar9717 Take a look at some spectacular photographs of Kyoto covered in snow. Ginkakuji (photo by @_nanashina_) Kinkakuji (photo by ui_hii618love) Image via dianasip Image via Juezba Image via gentasekikawa Image via shiny_choi Fushimi Inari-taisha (photo by @mayu_sakurai11) … Continue reading

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Self-Taught Digital Artist Max Asabin Shows His Master Photoshop Abilities

Self-taught digital artist Max Asabin shows his master Photoshop abilities in this fascinating series of before-and-after photos. Deviant Art / Instagram / YouTube

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Strange Reflections

“As an airliner approached its landing at Chicago’s O’Hare airport a rare glimpse of a reflected upside down city leapt forth from a break in the dusk time clouds, looking like something that should belong in the land of Faerie. … Continue reading

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Mika Suutari – Photographer of Mystical Nights

Mika Suutari, photographer of mystical nights in Finland. “I am an photographer from Southern Finland. I like pictures with a powerful athmosphere and I intent to have that in my photography. I hope my pictures convey the feeling I get when … Continue reading

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Bökh by Ken Hermann – Gem Fletcher

“Bökh was shot in the Grasslands on Inner Mongolia, an area of Northern China that has a strong Mongolian population. The Grasslands are vast open spaces that run from the mountains of Inner Mongolia to the border of Outer Mongolia … Continue reading

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New! Art History in Contemporary Life Alexey Kondakov

Ukrainian artist Alexey Kondakov (previously) takes figures from classical and historical artworks and photoshops them into modern every day life, thus creating his ongoing series “Art History in Contemporary Life”. Facebook via  [This Isn’t Happiness]

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Silhouette by Sébastien Del Grosso

“Silhouette” is a series by Sébastien Del Grosso a Graphic Designer and Freelance Photographer from Paris, France. Website / Society6 / Behance / Flickr “These series of images are about the planets of the Star Wars universe. They are made with toys photography, taken with … Continue reading

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Crows on Snow by Walker Berg

“Forensic Evidence Division Criminalist Walker Berg took this amazing photo from the 12th floor of the Justice Center. We’re calling it “Crows on Snow.” Taken with a Nikon D-700, ambient light, aperture mode, F16.”  Portland Police Bureau

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Glowing Flowers Photographed With Ultraviolet-Induced Visible Fluorescence

These photos were taken by Craig Burrows with ultraviolet-induced visible fluorescence lighting. All these photos were taken of the flowers being irradiated by a 365nm light source, causing the flowers’ materials to fluoresce. Most, if not all illumination used to create … Continue reading

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