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Nicky Bay Documents Mirror Spiders Adjusting their Silver Plates

For the last several years Singapore-based photographer Nicky Bay  has been documenting the life of the mirror spider, an unusual arthropod whose abdomen is covered in bright reflective panels that appear almost metallic. Bay recently noticed that some of the spiders exhibit unusual behavior in addition to their shiny appearance: apparently the spiders are able...
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Human faces merged with shoes

According to Dubai-based artist Jyo John Mulloor, every shoe has an emotion. And if you look closely enough, you can figure out what your shoes are feeling. “‘Shoe emotions’ is my new personal project. I believe my shoes always have emotional feelings to convey when they see my feet 🙂 Thats what lead to this project,” Mulloor says. In...
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Funny post of the weekend Cute Portraits of Baby Animals Dressed Like Humans

Barcelona-based photographer Yago Partal has expanded his funny photo series titled Zoo Portraits to include one of our favorite internet phenomenons: baby animals. Partal humorously arranges animal heads on fully-dressed human bodies to showcase each unique animal’s characteristics and personality types. The series includes a range of lovable subjects, from a soft, white lamb in a crisp, chef’s uniform to...
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A Caiman Wearing a Crown of Butterflies Photographed by Mark Cowan

While traveling through the Amazon to study reptile and amphibian diversity with the Herpetology Division at the University of Michigan, photographer Mark Cowan happened upon a strange sight: a caiman whose head was nearly covered in butterflies. The phenomenon itself isn’t particularly unusual, salt is critical to the survival of many creatures like butterflies and...
“Hello Ducky” (Brown Trout and Mallard Duck), Hampshire, England, by Paul Colley
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Winners of the 2016 British Wildlife Photography Awards

The British Wildlife Photography Awards just announced the 2016 winners of their annual competition in categories including Animal Behavior, Animal Portraits, Urban Wildlife, and an overall winner. The awards, established in 2009, aim to highlight photographers working in the UK, while also showcasing the biodiversity, species, and habitats found in Britain. George Stoyle, overall winner...
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PHOTO MANIPULATIONS REVEAL AN EVEN MORE BREATHTAKING ISTANBUL

Story via Archisearch.gr Inspired by the classic book of Edwin Abbat ”Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions”, Turkish artist Aydin Büyüktaş manipulated fabulously a set of photographs depicting representative Istanbul cityscapes so that the viewer would be consummately surprised. The warped space serve the purpose of drawing the viewer’s attention towards city places previously perceived...

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