Waterland in color, by Vassilis Tangoulis

Waterland in color, by Vassilis Tangoulis Vassilis Tangoulis leads a double carrier as an academic teacher-Lecturer  and a fine art photographer. He is a physicist working in the Chemistry department in Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece and  despite his full time carrier has also found success following his lifetime passion of photography. He has been a recipient of international award for his Black and White long exposure work. He was born in a small Greek town – Karpenisi Read more [...]

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8 ugly animals we should save from extinction

8 ugly animals we should save from extinction These less glamorous animals need our help too, and the Ugly Animal Preservation Society is trying to draw attention to them The odd-looking aye-aye is a lemur, a kind of primate only found on Madagascar. It taps tree trunks in search of hidden insect grubs. When it finds one it chews through the bark, then uses its unusually long middle finger to pull out the grub. Aye-ayes are endangered as a result of the ongoing destruction of their habitat. Hailing Read more [...]

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Haunting homes: Ohio’s abandoned country houses – in pictures

Haunting homes: Ohio’s abandoned country houses – in pictures Cleveland photographer Jonny Joo has documented a series of discarded properties in the midwest state, offering an eerie glimpse into America’s decaying heartland. My name is Johnny Joo (pronounced “yo.”) I am a 23 year old photographer from Mentor, Ohio. I spend a lot of my time working on urban exploration photography but at the same time capture everything else around me through my photography. Read more [...]

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Watching the battle for Kobane

Watching the battle for Kobane In the spotlight for almost a month, Kobane has become a symbol of resistance against the militants of Islamic State. Daily Telegraph posted some pictures that depict the ongoing war as it is viewed from neighboring Turkey. Read more [...]

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Can you see me? Owl camouflage

Can you see me? Owl camouflage When owls hunt, they use their silent wings and the cover of night to capture their prey. During the day, however, they have tremendously successful camouflage that helps them stay hidden from daytime predators. Can you find the owls in ALL of these images? It’s astounding how well these owls’ feathers help them blend in with their surroundings, but that’s not all they do. Owls can puff themselves up or slim themselves down as needed to match various elements Read more [...]

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