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Remarkable Landscape Photography of Europe Captured Moments Before Sunrise

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Professional landscape photographer Kilian Schönberger began his professional career in 2006, and already he is quite renowned for his work, notable of which is the photographic illustrations of the Brothers Grimm. Born in 1985, the 29 year-old again shot some remarkable pictures for his latest series of mysterious dense fog over mountains of central Europe.

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Photo Series ‘Alter Ego’ Features Ghostly Multiple Exposures of Twins

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In French photographer Olivier Ramonteu’s creepy but absorbing collection called Alter Ego, he depicts ghostly images of twins. One however, would wonder, upon examination of the images, if they are indeed real twins or just digitally manufactured doubles? These days you can never be sure about what you see.

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Whimsical Photo Series of Dogs Captured in Mid-Air with Priceless Expressions

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Maybe it can be said that the themes of weightlessness and dogs, two totally unrelated topics share one thing. They are both favorites of countless shutterbugs. Well, German photographer Julia Christe takes these twin topics to a new level by merging them into one theme. Dogs suspended in mid-air.

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These Adorable Doggy Portraits Will Make You Swoon


Guess what? Another photographer has found a way to indulge her passion for both the camera and dogs. Polish photographer Alicja Zmyslowka combines her twin loves, photography and dogs, in some of the most endearing photographs of pups interacting with nature and each other.

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365 Days of Infrared Photography


Cape Town-based photographer Kate Davies is fascinated by the many facets of her craft. She specializes in animal and product photography, but a daily infrared project has become her latest obsession. Drawing inspiration from the bandwagon ‘365 Project’ concept that has the photography world all caught up, Davies threw her hat into the fad.

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Poignant Photos of an Abandoned Castle in Belgium

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The Castle of Mesen can be found in a park close to the center of Lede, Belgium. Lede is a municipality found in the Belgian province of East Flanders in the Denderstreek, cities close by is Gent, Aalst and Dendermonde. Its origins date back to the 17th century where it was used as a home for various lords prior to its conversion to an industrial place.

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