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The Blue Hour by Kilian Schoenberger (12 Photos)

For his latest series, The Blue Border, German photographer Kilian Schoenberger (featured previously here and here) explores the ‘magical border between the rational daylight world and the mystic realm of the night.’ On Behance, Schoenberger adds: The so-called blue hour is the period of twilight in the morning or evening. But it’s far more than just a special light mood. For me it’s a magical border between the rational daylight world and the mystic realm of the night. Especially when fog hides the landscape behind a white veil even familiar…

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Theres a Real-Life Enchanted Forest and Its In Dartmoor, England

In a series entitled Mystical, fine art photographer Neil Burnell ventures to a remote, high-altitude forest in Dartmoor, Devon, England called Wistman’s Wood. The surreal landscape appears straight out of a fantasy novel with dwarf oak trees, moss carpeted boulders, and lichens galore. You can practically smell the enchanting forest through these dreamlike photos. All images below are available as limited edition prints and you can find more beautiful photography from Burnell at the links below. [via Behance] NEIL BURNELL Website | Facebook | Behance | Twitter | Instagram NEIL…

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Extreme Close-Ups of Butterfly Wings by Chris Perani

In an ongoing series of incredible macro composites, photographer Chris Perani captures butterfly wings in exquisite detail that cannot be seen with the naked eye. To achieve these amazing close-ups, Perani uses a 10x microscope objective attached to a 200mm lens. In an interview with Colossal he explains: “The lens must be moved no more than 3 microns per photo to achieve focus across the thickness of the subject which can be up to 8 millimeters. This yields 350 exposures, each with a sliver in focus, that must be composited…

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The Life of a Finnish Island as Told Through the Seasons

Jani Ylinampa is a Finnish photographer that has built a steadily growing following on Instagram and Facebook for his breathtaking landscape photography. The artist’s work is focused primarily around his home region of Finnish Lapland where he captures the region’s natural beauty as well as the incredible Northern Lights. In this seasonal series, Jani uses a drone to document the life of a small Finnish island called Kotisaari near Rovaniemi. According to the town’s tourist website: Rovaniemi was a legendary lumberjack town, and the Ounas- and Kemi rivers were used…

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25 Times People Matched the Painting They Were Looking At

In an ongoing series of portraits, photographer Stefan Draschan takes photos of people matching the artworks they are looking at. To catalogue his hundreds of shots, Stefan has created a Tumblr site dedicated to the series entitled, People matching Artworks. Draschan says most of the photos were taken at museums and galleries in Paris, Vienna and Berlin and that while they may seem, ‘too good to be true’, they are not staged but a result of patience and perseverance. To see more photo projects from Stefan check out his official…

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The Perfectly Timed Photos of Denis Cherim (Top 10)

The ‘Coincidence Project‘ is an ongoing photo series of perfectly timed and aligned compositions by Denis Cherim. Playing with light and shadow, and framing scenes with objects in the foreground; Cherim manages to find beauty in the seemingly mundane. Places where many would pass without giving a second thought, Cherim sees opportunity for an interesting photo. Cherim is currently showcasing his work in Taiwan with a 3-month residency at the Pier-2 Art Center. You can also find hundreds of more photos on his Instagram page. [via Colossal] DENIS CHERIMWebsite |…

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The Earth Pyramids of Italy: Where Boulders Perch Atop Pillars of Clay

One of the strangest landscape elements of the Alps are the so-called Earth Pyramids of South Tyrol. Especially during foggy conditions these pillars appear like from another world. Photographer Kilian Schönberger spent several hours on-location to capture the change of colors and light from dawn till noon. On Behance, Schönberger adds: These strange so-called earth pyramids were shaped by erosion. They remind a bit of hoodos in the SW of the U.S., but their origin is a bit different. Normally the pillars consist of deposited clay with a boulder on…

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The 2017 World Beard and Mustache Championships Gallery is Here

The 2017 Remington Beard Boss World Beard & Moustache Championships took place this past Labor Day Weekend at the Long Center for Performing Arts in Austin, Texas. The three-day event takes place every two years and 2017 was the biggest yet since the modern tournament began in 1990. The popular event featured 26 total categories, stemming from the four main categories: best mustache, partial beard, full beard and ladies beard. ‘Best in Show’ was given to Jason Kiley, while MJ Johnson took first place in the cheek-beard category, Norbert Topf…

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This Guy Cant Stop Photoshopping Himself Into Kendall Jenners Instagram Pics

@KirbyJenner is a self-described “Amateur Model / Lover of all things / Fraternal Twin of Kendall Jenner”. He’s also really good at Photoshop, and has used that skill to insert himself into Kendall Jenner’s Instagram pics. The cheeky ‘shops have garnered the digital artist a rabid following of his own, and his (verified) Instagram account now boasts nearly 500,000 followers. One reason why is that his Photoshops are above-average quality. He takes time to try to match the tones and lighting and it shows. Below you will find some of…

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