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Inspired by the classic pin-ups of the 1940’s and 1950’s, photographer Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz came up with a current version of those iconic posters. The twist introduced by the London based lensman was to use a highly unusual substance to cloth his models. Wieczorkiewicz used milk, (yes the kind you get from cows) along with high speed photography to capture the drink while being poured over his scantily clad (or near naked) models.
Photographer Rolf Maeder was able to capture some magnificent multiple lightning strikes zapping the Grand Canyon under atmospheric stormy skies, skillfully using long exposure times. This opportunity however was not exactly a planned photoshoot, and came about rather unexpectedly. Such were the unplanned circumstances last August 30, when Maeder and two friends were traveling by car from Sedona to the Grand Canyon, hopeful to get some nice sunset photographs.
Appreciating beauty sometimes is all about a matter of perspective. This fact could not be truer when it comes to appreciating the beauty of Earth’s landscape. From a vantage point from the ground, one can survey many breathtaking panoramas and vistas. However, seen from up in the sky, the earth’s visuals are absolutely stunning and spectacular to behold. Such images of our planet are taken from an outer space perspective daily by The European Space Agency.
The term ‘eye candy’ certainly holds literally true with this collection aptly called Sugar Series. Photographer Emily Blincoe sought to spotlight a number of our favorite treats by sorting out these indulgences arranged in matching colors and hues. After all, who does not crave a chocolate bar or some sweet candy every once in a while?
Daring Swiss diver Franco Banfi recently trekked to the Mato Grosso region of Brazil to shoot these insane close-ups of a massive anaconda snake in its natural habitat. Banfi is a snake enthusiast and can be seen braving it, swimming with a 26-foot anaconda just to get pictures of the slithery beast.