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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.
Photographer Marc Adamus is noted for his landscape images that are vivid and full of drama and artistry thanks to a lifelong passion for nature. This fervor is apparent throughout Adamus’ work and has earned him quite a following around the world. Adamus portfolio includes a month-long journey inside a fiery canyon in Utah, across the Alaska Boundary Range, and during a delightful aurora borealis while in the Yukon.
If members of a family usually gather at the kitchen, perhaps it could be said that people in a town converge at the wet market. Wet market is term used to distinguish fresh meat and produce markets from Dry Markets which trade goods like clothing items and electronic gadgets. Wet markets by tradition were places that sold live animals out in the open. This would include fish, reptiles, poultry, as well as livestock. Some markets also sell exotic animals once in a while, like deer. Fresh fruits and vegetables are also in abundance in markets.
Lorenz Holder is the holder of the Red Bull Illume 2013 Overall Winner title. Holder grew up in Munich, near the Bavarian mountains, and it was that place that influenced his life greatly. Back in the day, Holder was a semi-professional snowboarder, until an injury forced him to quit the sport for a whole season.
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Dramatic Landscape Photography Examples Show the Stark Contrast Between the Alps and Manmade Structures
Documentary photographer Ettore Moni recently shot some dramatic images of picturesque mountain landscapes, which unfortunately are being spoiled by the construction of manmade structures. Moni calls this series simply, Alps. He shoots the various landscapes using a large-format camera (4×5) and does not apply any post production to the end results. The aim of Alps is to arouse the viewers with the images of sullied mountainscapes that have been violated with structures that did not seem to environmentally blend with the beautiful Alps.