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There are many ways that love can also sometimes be laced with danger. Infidelity, jealousy, possessiveness and other altered states of love can manifest in so many relationships. Having stated that, we are sure photographer Colleen Niska’s version of love with an undercurrent of peril is totally from left field, literally. In a series of pictures, we see a bride and groom pose for the customary pre-nuptial pictures, but not so far off in the distant rural field is an honest-to-goodness twister!
Frenchman Leo Caillard is another landscape photographer who captures the panoramic vistas of beautiful locations. He characterizes his work as having certain elements, saying, “A landscape series I chose to shoot in very high definition. A work about the action of humans in diverse types of environments; void of activity or full of information. Deserts and metropolises, the North to the South, a contemplative view of the world, with no specific location globally… A panoramic story of earth and man.”
Andy Lee has been taking some incredible shots of abandoned castles, fortresses that once epitomized power and wealth. Andy Lee has been taking pictures for quite some time, and the passion began about ten years ago while he was filming a documentary for a charity in Ethiopia. Lee had an old Hasselblad film camera and between scenes he started to photograph just about everything he could. Since then Lee has been a confirmed camera addict.
Through the images conjured by these two artists, you will convincingly be brought into the tantalizing worlds of folklore, myths and legends. Photographers Sarah Ann Loreth and Omalix Martinez recreate with stunning reality the make-believe scenes of children’s tales, mythology, fantasies and dreams to manufacture their version of these otherworldly scenarios. You will be easily taken and swept away by their work.
How many ways can you break a vase? The answer is in an infinite number and manner of ways. We all know vases are meant for flowers, but what else can these breakable pieces of décor be useful for? For smashing up of course! This is what German Photographer Martin Klimas does. He breaks various vases with a steel ball and uses a very fast camera to shoot it right at the precise instant it shatters.