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These striking and playful dog portraits are by professional photographer Elke Vogelsang and feature the German photographer’s favorite models - her dogs Noodles, Scout and Loli. 

workman:

inneroptics:
ANNIE LEIBOVITZ, Keith Haring

HH:  A two-fer, two of my favorites.

workman:

inneroptics:

ANNIE LEIBOVITZ, Keith Haring

HH:  A two-fer, two of my favorites.

Honeydew - melon seeds - Lou Rozenstein

Honeydew - melon seeds - Lou Rozenstein

Evacuating Saigon, April 30, 1975. An American evacuee punches away a South Vietnamese man for a place on the last chopper out of the US embassy.
HH:  Panic and pandomonium - sheer desperation caught on film 

Evacuating Saigon, April 30, 1975. An American evacuee punches away a South Vietnamese man for a place on the last chopper out of the US embassy.

HH:  Panic and pandomonium - sheer desperation caught on film 

"Inside Out" In an unusual attempt to explore their own digestive tracts, student artists Luke Evans and Joshua Lake swallowed single frames of 35mm film, folding each piece in a brightly colored capsule that allowed for the acids and bodily fluids to process the film with minimal risk of colon damage. Once excreted, the negatives were recovered, cleaned, and studied in detail by an electron microscope; ultimately, they were printed into giant black and white works.

Source:  Beautiful Decay

Self Portrait by Ben Zank

Self Portrait by Ben Zank

An incredible image, an incredible tree. This is a combination of 126 different photographs.

The tree is 247 feet tall and is 3,200 years old.
Source: dailymail.co.uk

"The President" is one of the biggest trees in the world, and until now, there’s never been a photograph of its entirety.

X-rayed Buddha - David Maisel

X-rayed Buddha - David Maisel

Underwater Photography by Kurt Arrigo

Old time “selfies”.

Old time “selfies”.

10 INSPIRATIONAL QUOTES FROM PHOTOGRAPHY ICONS

1. “Working in an ethical matter more than anything” – James Estrin

2. “Every story has a teaching experience” – Kathy Moran

3. “Humility” – Jose Benito Ruiz

4. ”Hard work is more important than talent, the ability to generate ideas is more important than the eye” – Bob Krist

5. “The most important tools are the mind and soul” – Gerd Ludwig

6. “Never stop looking, no matter where you are, everywhere there are good photographs” – Art Wolfe

7. ”To learn that happiness is what brings success, and not the other” – Ami Vitale

8. “Everyone has something to contribute” – Elizabeth Krist

9. “We should not bring anything in life that presets ideas or stereotypes” – Tino Soriano

10. And last, but not least, I’d say: ¨Never stop dreaming!¨  – Kike Calvo

 via National Geographic

Cocktails - Justin Quinnell

Cocktails - Justin Quinnell

Soap Film Photography - Jane Thomas

Technicolor Crowd - Photography by Alex Prager - he has a definite nostalgic style but use of modern technology.

Technicolor Crowd - Photography by Alex Prager - he has a definite nostalgic style but use of modern technology.

Andrea Gjestvang is a Norwegian photographer based between Oslo and Berlin. She rose to international acclaim this year with her extraordinary photo-essay “One Day in History,” which documents in a series of subtle portraits the teenage survivors from the Utoya massacre (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2011_Norway_attacks) in Norway in 2011.