Photographer Lucas Zimmermann on a foggy night near Weimar, Germany, set up his camera, and took incredible long exposure traffic light photos. You can see more from the series over on Behance.
The illusion paintings below are part of Ben heine‘s “Pencil Vs Camera” series, full of magic, illusion, poetry and surrealism. Heine draws his sketches freehand using a mixture of charcoal sticks and graphite pencils before they being retouched in post-production.
(Photos by Ben Heine/Barcroft Media)
In 1985 after a long period of heavy rains a dam burst and Epecuen, a tourist small town on the banks of a salt lake in Argentina, was submerged beneath 10 metres (30 feet) of water and 1,500 residents fled their homes.
Since 2009, the level of the water has been decreasing and therefore exposing the ruins of this once popular lakeside resort. Only one man Pablo Novak returned to the town, spending his days cycling around the ruins.
Igor Siwanowicz believes that small insects are underrated. As a child he spent hours hunting for spiders and beetles with a microscope. Now as a scientist the world of tiny creatures fascinates him even more. After playing around with a micro photography kit as a hobby, Igor has gone on to become an award-winning insect photographer bringing the world of creepy crawlies to life with brilliant use of close-up techniques.