Photographer Andrew Suryono captured this amazing photo of an orangutan using a banana leaf to shield itself from the rain in Bali. “I was taking pictures of some orangutans in Bali and then it started to rain. Just before I put my camera away, I saw this orangutan take a banana leaf and put it on top on his head to protect himself from the rain. I immediately used my DSLR and telephoto lens to preserve this magic moment.”
The twosome hit Australia’s famous Bondi Beach, in New South Wales.
Craig and Lindsey, both 31, from Scotland love to travel around the world and they take holiday pictures of their travels made of LEGO. Craig got inspiration for these miniature tourists made of Lego when he was thinking of things to get his girlfriend for her 30th birthday and he came across a little Lego camera.
“Lindsey always has the camera for taking pictures and I carry the map and a bag with our things, so I made two Lego figures to represent us – Lego Lindsey with the camera and Lego me with the map and rucksack.
Previously shared creative people blend themselves in with book covers, and today I am sharing some more photos of the same series. The photo series Corpus Libris was created by Emily Pullen who once grabbed a book, on a bored Thursday night at Skylight Books in LA, and matched her body to the figure on the cover.
An aerial views shows people sitting in formation to the words “Thank You” during an event celebrating Tokyo being chosen to host the 2020 Olympic Games, at Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building in Tokyo.
After introducing the Corpus Libris (which literally means “Body Books” in Latin) here is another round of funny and creative people blending themselves in with vinyl records. There are literally endless number of creative possibilities to make your image really stand out.