Photography Thursday

Women Water and Colors

Women Water and Colors is a series of portraits made by photographer Marc Lamey in which he captures merged faces of women in water from above.

 

SOURCE: Women Water and Colors by Daniella | fubiz.net

 

The Fractured North Pole of Saturn’s Enceladus

The north pole of Saturn’s moon Enceladus is unexpectedly fascinating and complex. Previous to the latest flyby of the robotic Cassini spacecraft, the northern region was known mostly for its unusually high abundance of craters.

Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute

 

SOURCE: The Fractured North Pole of Saturn’s Enceladus | apod.nasa.gov

 

Fluid Movement

Synchronized swimmers, like this team shown practicing in Singapore, are known for their sharp, precisely timed moves. But Jonathan Yeap, who submitted this photo, was intrigued by the contrast he saw beneath the water’s surface: graceful, individual movement, each swimmer’s posture different from the next.

SOURCE: Fluid Movement Photograph by Jonathan Yeap | National Geographic

 

Photographing London by Scaling Rooftops

London photographer Jacob Riglin captures biggest cities from rooftops to give to viewers amazing points of view.

SOURCE: Photographing London by Scaling Rooftops by Léa | fubiz.net

 

Set Fire To The Rain

SOURCE: Set Fire To The Rain by Dmitry Martynov | behance.net

 


 

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SOURCE: Photographing London by Scaling Rooftops by Léa | fubiz.net

PHOTOGRAPHY: Jacob Riglin

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