Photographer Suzanne Revy captures the feelings and sweet memories of childhood in his series of photographs titled Small Wonders. She takes pictures of her children, their cousins and friends in a wide range of activities.
Talented graphic designer, Kevin Day, from UK got fascinated by a “dead tree”, yes you read it right it’s a “dead” tree and he started taking photos of it on different days, different lightning conditions and different seasons for over five years now.
His most popular shot was taken one very early morning on August 18, 2005. He reminisces, it was “when the sun rose directly behind the tree from my best viewpoint and the early morning mist lingered and the dissipated at just the right moment, I couldn’t take shots quick enough, the light was changing by the second and I could feel myself actually getting emotional and excited by taking photos of a dead tree!”
We have seen Starlings Form Dolphin Shape Chased by Killer Whale and now you’re going to see the amazing giant dolphin shape created underwater by thousands of sardines.
This enormous shoal of sardines appear to adopt a disguise as they swim in the formation of a dolphin. Grouping together helps to protect the small sardines from predators. Steve De Neef photographed the fish near Cebu in the Philippines.
He said: “There are sardines as far as you can see and there must be thousands of them. If you get inside the shoal they even block out the light. Getting the picture of the dolphin shape was just about being in the right spot at the right time. I’m pretty sure its just a coincidence but it would be to their benefit if they could imitate a larger animal.”
With the completion of Shuttle program there is nothing for astronauts to look forward to other than suicide. Photographer Neil DaCosta and art director Sara Philips decided to show the world how astronauts dressed up in full gear and committing suicide in various ways, they named this project Astronaut Suicides.