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One would be surprised with what lengths some people would go just to relive some childhood experiences. The closest we have to reliving those bygone days of innocent childhood is usually through videos for the younger generation, but most of us older folk in their 40s to 50s have to rely solely on pictures. Hopefully we had parents that diligently snapped away at candid and playful moments, freezing in time childhood antics that we remember well into our senior years.
Strange fluorescent blue patches of water glowing off Hong Kong’s seashore look magical, but it is actually disturbing and potentially toxic, warn marine biologists. The blue glow is indicative of a destructive algal bloom created by something called Noctiluca scintillans, also nicknamed Sea Sparkle. It resembles algae and acts like algae, but it is in fact a single-celled organism that theoretically can function as both plant and animal.
Development and an emergent powerhouse economy can have their own disadvantages anywhere. China is certainly no exception, and with its unrestricted rate of growth has turned the country into an environmental disaster, as one can see in these images.
A Close-up View on the Private Lives of Snails, Lizards and Other Tiny Critters Using Macro Photography
A whole world of little critters really does exist, it’s just that we can’t see them with the naked eye too well. Just take a look at all these miniscule creepy-crawlies hanging around in their magical minute kingdom. Self-taught photographer Vadim Trunov, based in the Russian city of Voronezh, is so fascinated with these littlest of creatures.
Jenna Martin is a fine art and underwater photographer who works out of Billings, Montana. Martin lives there with her husband Chris in their small animal farm, which already tells you that she likes the rustic outdoors. After earning her Master’s in Psychiatric Rehabilitation, she made an abrupt 180-degree career shift into the field of photography. Since then, Martin has been creating surreal images and has built quite a reputation. Today she is internationally published, with her work also appearing in a variety of art galleries all over the country.
Ukrainian photographer Anita Anti who is currently based in New York, is making quite a reputation for herself as she creates some credible fairytale like mock-ups in work. Her fantasy-themed portrait photography features female models and animals shot in intense, vivid colors usually set in a scene straight out of a magical fairytale.