A gallery of some of the greatest pictures made during World War II, a global conflict that resulted in more deaths than any other war.
Trick photography has been around for centuries, and even though the folks in Victorian times weren’t nearly as concerned with artificially slimming down, they did like to have some photographic fun once in a while. This set of headless photographs from the 19th century is a great example of the kind of ‘fun’ we’re talking about.
Mendenhall Glacier in Alaska is very popular among photographers and tourists who like extreme places. The main reason is that it easily (if I may say so), you can go under the ice cover and see the beauty and power of the glacier from the inside.
This remarkable pictures are taken by Kent Mearig, Alaska based photographer.
In this great series, fashion photographer Joseph Ford blends two seemingly disparate subjects: textiles and aerial photography.
Most interesting and impresive picture study of bullets leaving the barrel. Great examples of the gas cloud, debris and burning powder following the bullet.
These photos look amazing but don’t forget that weapons are not toys and they should never be considered neither treated as such.
China has 122 billionaires, a large number of millionaires, but 13% of the population live in extreme poverty (less than $1.25 a day). These photos illustrate the country’s massive gap between rich and poor.