Indian milkman carries milk canisters early morning in Ghaziabad train station, on the outskirts of New Delhi, India. India is the world’s largest producer of milk and also the largest consumer.
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Disturbingly realistic-looking zombie coffee mugs are ideal for any horror junkie. Handcrafted by pottery artist Kevin “Turkey” Merck with clay and some epoxy resin details. He has been throwing clay on wheels for the past 15 years. He likes creating a lot of horror and monster sculptures, but snail-paced, cranium-carvers are special.
Ontario-based photographer Michael Davies captured captured this impressive shot of his friend Markus hurling a thermos of hot tea through the air in -40°C weather. At such frigid temperatures water freezes instantly to form a dramatic plume of ice. Markus threw the hot tea into the freezing air, which resulted in one seriously stunning image.
Ukrainian glass artist Nikita Drachuk creates mind blowing handmade glass animal sculptures. Her delicate glass animal sculptures include spiders, grasshopper, octopi and other critters. He uses as method called lampworking, where a lamp or torch is used to melt rods of colored glass. Once in a molten state, the glass can be formed by blowing and shaping with various tools and small movements.
An aerial view shows participants wearing blue and red coats forming an image depicting a human lung, during an Guinness World Record attempt of the largest human image of an organ, on a hazy day in Beijing. Over 1,500 people joined the successful attempt which was organized by a local health research center hoping to improve awareness of lung health.