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Showing posts from October, 2013

15 GIFs Proving Russia As The Craziest Place On Earth

Russia is an easy country to fall in love with, because it is the place of most bizarre and funny things that you can’t find anywhere else in the world. Russia’s sexy pin-up models, their space program propaganda, their curious social networks and even the country’s name can make you laugh. Every country has some crazy and funny people. Although America has fare share of it but Russian tends to be more crazy, weird and funny as compare to people of any other country. Below we have put together a collection of photographs that rightly show you how bizarre Russia really is. Enjoy and don’t forget to share your thoughts in the comment section.

Amazingly Surreal Self-Portraits by 21-Year-Old Wyatt McCollum

Wyatt McCollum, a 21-year-old graduate has an incredible imagination that can rightly be seen through his excellent portrait series. He started taking pictures at school age and his work mostly focus on exploring surreal scenes with a mix of reality. The young artist creates both portraits and self-portraits that beautifully convey complex emotions of loneliness and contemplation in unconventional ways.     Via : 

Hilarious Photo Series Features Real Men Posing Like Motorcycle Babes

Female models with perfect look are usually features in every type of advertising but this poster series has totally change the concept by putting men in their places. The creative staff at MotoCorsa, a Ducati dealership based in Portland, Oregon creates a series of photographs featuring model Kylie Shea Lewallan with a Ducati 1199 Panigale motorcycle. But workers in the dealership then decided to turn the camera on themselves to give a twist to this conventional photoshoot. They recreated themselves in the model's sexy positions and the resulted series is a funny exploration of gender role reversal. Take a look!     via : 

Artistic Mom Turns Baby’s Naptime into Beautiful Dreamy Adventures

California based mother and free-lance artist Queenie Liao has turned her baby Wengenn’s naptime into a creative series of sleep time adventure titled ‘Wengenn in Wonderland.’ In this series Chinese mother creatively share her passion for photography into a series of captivating photographs. Liao uses stuffed animals, spare cloths, scarves and other common household materials to create these beautiful scenes of adventurous dramas that her baby Wengenn dreams of during his sleep. After arranging the objects, she carefully blend her baby into wonderful surroundings and the final result is just beautiful! Take a look!

Father Photographs The Bizarre World of His Autistic Son

Timothy Archibald, a San Francisco-based photographer started photographing his autistic son Elijah at age 5, as a way to find young boy's diagnosis. Archibald notice that his son behavior is totally different from other children of the same age, so he felt the need to document the bizarre and strange world of his son into a portrait project called ‘Echolilia.’ The portraits demonstrate socially withdrawn life of Elijah and his interaction with objects reveals a different perspective. The project Echolilia is turned into book and now available to purchase from Archibald's website.

The Magic Show: A Funny Photo Series Shows How a Magician's Baby is Born

Daddy's Little Prop is a Tumblr blog of Photographer Anthony Stuart. The blog is dedicated to Stuart’s family members featuring some elaborately staged moments of their life. In July Stuart Anthony had a beautiful little girl. ‘The Magic Show’ is a hilarious series of portraits showing Anthony dresses up as a magician having some tricks on his wife. The couple go from having no child to conception, and finally having a cute little baby. I hope you will enjoy the series.    Via: Daddy's Little Prop

The Best Entries from Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2013

Wildlife Photographer of the Year is an international competition co-owned by the Natural History Museum and BBC Worldwide held every year since 1964. The winners of the competition have been announced in a grand ceremony held at London’s Natural History Museum. South African photographer Greg du Toit won the Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2013 award for his stunning photo "Essence of elephants." The annual Photography competition received 43,000 entries from 96 countries. Number of extraordinary photographs made the shortlist of 100 which will be on display at Natural History Museum from 18 October, 2013-23 March, 2014. Here is a mix of both winners and runners-up selections we loved the most. Animals in their Environment - Winner Eric Hosking Portfolio Award - Winner 15-17 Years - Runner-up 2013 Wildlife Photographer of the Year – Grand title winner