Using stop action super high speed photography, Markus Reugels creates these astonishing art liquid sculptures! Wow!
When they aren’t busily invading your picnic lunch, or your home, ants are pretty interesting and fun ~ at least I think so.
These talented photographers have captured a tiny piece of the world of ants. I love how the water drops catch, miniaturize, and reflect the larger world around them. It’s almost like the ants are finding and exploring tiny magickal crystal balls. So cool.
Here we have a great collection of cool stop action photography catching a variety of dogs in the act of catching their treats.
A photographer takes his girls on an adventure with photographs and and a great photo manipulation program. Cute and fun, I think.
Here is some beautiful macro photography of water drops reflecting flowers. Wow!
Supposedly there are eight navy seals hiding in this picture… I can’s spot a single one! Do you see any?
Seeing faces in ordinary objects is called pareidolia. A study in Finland found that people who are religious or believe strongly in the supernatural are more likely to see faces in lifeless objects and landscapes. Personally, I think the faces are just there whether you’re a believer or not. What do you think?
Aren’t these fun?
We see lots of photos…
Here we’ve got photos of the photographers taking photos.
Looks like this last guy’s camera is a bit too much!
These spectacular photos capture an image within an image.
Love how the tiny droplets of water reflect a larger world.