Galactic Portal by Marcin Zajac
photo by Radoslav Cernicky
Incredible worlds created…
…within frozen soap bubbles.
These are simply amazing and drop dead beautiful. Find the gallery and a how to over at DPReview.
This is something nifty… a “hyperlapse” film touring around New York City and some of its biggest landmarks, created entirely from, and only from, publicly available tourist photos. Every frame is from a still image, pulled from the internet, effectively crowdsourcing the imagery for the tour. Mesmerizing and a stark illustration of our gravitation towards things called a “landmark”, and even more so of both our photo revolution (given the high-def cameras we’re always now carrying around in our pockets), and the accompanying revolution (and the accompanying attempt at gaining social capital) in and of sharing these images and moments for all to see.
Ahhhh… the glory of the fall colours contrasted by the majesty of the white-capped mountains. Gorgeous.
Absolutely beautiful photo of a mangrove forest with a sparseness and contrast and reflections that turns it into a lovely abstract print. Gorgeous work.
Out for a bit, back in a couple of weeks!
(image by Juan Antonio Segal)