A beautiful sunset can take your breath away. Some photographers are able to capture and even enhance the beauty of a sunset. Sunset is one of the most interesting subjects in photography because everyone loves to look at its stunningly beautiful scene. It happens when the sun touches the horizon. For photographers, it is the best and challenging time to capture the natural beauty of the variety of colors from the light of the sun as it falls closer to [...]
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Rachel Hulin work has been shown at Jen Bekman Gallery, The Bronx Museum of the Arts, Wallspace Gallery, and The New York Photo Festival. Editorial clients include Martha Stewart Living Magazine, Country Living Magazine, Whole Foods Magazines, Food Network Magazine, Fitness Magazine, and Exit Zero Magazine. Her first book featuring The Flying Series called Flying Henry — A children’s photography book about a flying baby — will be published by powerHouse in April 2013.
This photos shows beautiful rime view in Mount Huangshan, China’s Anhui Province. Rime, also known as “snow willow” or “tree hanging,” is a kind of phenomenon where winter fog condenses on tree branches and leaves to form individual white ice crystals. The unique scenery has attracted a great number of visitors.
In Shijiazhuang, China, 23 year old art student Wang Yue has transformed tree holes on Jiuzhong Street into vibrant pieces of art that have added vibrancy and color to the urban area. Shijiazhuang is one of the most densely populated areas in China, with a population of over 10 million. Each painting takes about two hours to complete. Her artwork has received praise in the Chinese media and has been warmly welcomed by local citizens. Her tree hole art will [...]
Artist Guido Daniele has turned his hand to creating a wholly different style of painting. Rather than working on canvas, he uses human hands to produce these stunning animals – like a Technicolor version of the “shadows on the wall” game. Guido was born in Soverato (CZ – Italy) and now lives and works in Milan. Guido started working with living canvases in 1990, painting the bodies of models for advertising campaigns. Then he began specialising in hands.