Reflections of Paris

Joanna Lemańska, who goes by the handle MissCoolpics, uses naturally-occurring reflections to capture unique views and unexpected moments of urban life. Particularly interested in architecture and the city, the art historian and self-taught photographer is constantly in search of original angles and fresh perspectives. Here, a few of her futuristic and incredible snapshots in the City of Light.

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Photos: Amazing Arizona’s Antelope Canyon By Travis Burke

The world famous beam of light in Arizona's Upper Antelope Canyon. Photo by Travis Burke.he world famous beam of light in Arizona's Upper Antelope Canyon. Photo by Travis Burke.
The world famous beam of light in Arizona’s Upper Antelope Canyon. Photo by Travis Burke.he world famous beam of light in Arizona’s Upper Antelope Canyon. Photo by Travis Burke.

The amazing photo above shows the famous beam of light that cuts through the Upper Antelope Canyon near the Arizona and Utah border, snapped by Travis Burke.

Travis Burke wrote, “But there is more to these canyons than this light beam, especially if you venture to the Lower Antelope Canyon, which isn’t as widely traveled but still boasts the same sensuous colors and unique textures.”

How I wish to go there and to be able to snap photos of the amazing natural phenomena like Travis Burke did.

As I always wrote, I really love the nature especially when they are beautiful.

Please click here to enjoy the beautiful photos of the Lower Antelope Canyon by Travis Burke. 

 

 

Stunning Close-Ups Starfish Photos By Alexander Semenov

(Photo by Alexander Semenov)

The above photo of starfish by Alexander Semenov is so nice and it looks like some sea anemones.

I have never seen such photos before and I think that they are so beautiful.

Biologist Alexander Semenov uses  a macro lens to capture these stunning close-ups of vibrant starfish.

Mr. Semenov is chief of diving team at the White Sea Biological Station (WSBS), in Russia.  

He graduated from Lomonosov’s Moscow State University in the department of Zoology in 2007.

Now Mr. Semenov organises all WSBS underwater projects.

He enjoys underwater photography and I think that he is really good at it.

I hope that I could see the real thing and take the beautiful pictures by myself.

By the way, here are some more stunning starfish photos by Alexander Semenov …

Please click here for more beautiful close-ups photos of starfish by Alexander Semenov.