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Star Wars is an American space saga franchise that revolves around an epic film series conceived by George Lucas. The entire film series is made up of two trilogies, and has given birth to an extensive media franchise known as the Expanded Universe which includes countless publications, television series, computer and video games, in addition to comic books. Words and characters like Jedi, Darth Vader, and Light sabers have become ingrained into modern popular culture. Many from all over the world have gone crazy over the Star Wars theme, and one such individual is Zahir Batin.
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You think you know something very well, until you see it through the perspective of macro photography. Through extreme close-ups, a magical world is opened up before us by seeing things that are otherwise imperceptible to the naked eye. Biochemist and photographer Linden Gladhill demonstrates this by revealing an astonishingly beautiful world of wings of moths and butterflies.
Photographer Captures an Amazing Collection of Sunrise Images from Atop Mt. Fuji Everyday for Nearly Two Years
While Mt. Fuji is a challenging mountain top to climb, Yu Yamauchi not only scaled his way to the summit of the mountain, but also made the celebrated mountaintop his home for nearly two years. While doing so, Yamauchi recorded his incredible adventure with his camera. He shot a picture every day at dawn from the same location, amassing a collection of sunrise images while there.
While many see broken glass as bad a sign of bad luck, that certainly is not the case with Bing Wright. The photographer from New York has shown his inventiveness with an amazing collection called “Broken Mirror/Evening Sky“. In the series, he makes use of shattered glass to catch reflections of the sun as it sets, literally mirroring its myriad of colors and hues.