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Overpopulation is an unwanted situation where the number of existing people surpasses the carrying capacity of where they are in the world. Overpopulation is triggered by many factors. Mortality rate reduction, improved medical standards, and a reduction of valuable resources are just some of the conditions which lead to overpopulation. It is also possible for a thinly populated area to become thickly populated if it is not able to sustain life. Advances in technology with each year has affected the world in a myriad of ways. The capacity to save lives and generate better medical treatment for all is a most welcome fact for those living today, but this reality also exacerbates the burgeoning population numbers.
Fine art photographer Vincent Bourilhon, an artist from Paris has been shooting images ever since he first had a camera at the young age of 16. Bourilhon has the talent to merge in-camera images with digital photo manipulations to compose astonishing, ethereal results. The Frenchman’s visual creations set themselves apart from the rest in the way they are presented. Every single picture possesses a look akin to cinema, to the point that any one of his photographs can easily be mistaken for a still frame lifted from a high budget film.
If you don’t scrutinize these images you would swear that they were photographs of rugged mountains, shot in some desolate region of the earth. Look closer and you will realize that these images are actually ocean waves, shot at their peak as they glide through the sea’s unpredictable surface. It’s a terrifying sight, and must be really frightening if you saw it in person.
Wildlife Photographer Captures Imposing African Elephants in a Series of Beautifully Raw Candid Pictures
Wildlife photographer Peter Delaney documented some imposing African elephants in a series of beautiful and raw candid pictures. Delaney saw the mammoth animals as they were moving along the arid plains, kicking up a lot of dust and while refreshing themselves with a drink from a shallow water reservoir.
Gifted nature photographer Vadim Trunov has been up close and personal with squirrels before, however this series shows quite a surprise. It is the first time his prints of squirrels shooting photos of each other have ever been seen. The Russian photographer not too long ago published some photos of squirrels that appeared to be building a snowman or just horsing around with acorns and pine cones in the snow.
Whenever a newborn baby smiles, the old folks say that their angel is playing with them. If that were true, then all these babies must be smiling at their guardian angel. True or not, pictures of smiling babies make for irresistibly cute photographs, and that’s what newborn baby photographer Sandi Ford specializes in. Ford runs her photography business, Bumps Babies and Beyond, in London, and has been photographing toddlers and families since 2010. For Ford, photography is not just work but a great source of inspiration.