Photo-magician Caleb Charland just sent us this new image he titled Reflection in a Snow Storm. "It was made on December 26th, the night the blizzard swept through Maine," he says. "I canceled plans to hang out with friends that night so I could take advantage of the white out conditions. I grabbed my equipment and headed to my brother's house in rural Maine. He has an old farm house… Continue
Earlier this year, Melbourne based agency ENESS received a phone call from Red Bull. The world's leading energy drink company asked them this one simple but very complicated question. “How would you like create your extreme projections for some of the best riders in the world?”
Three years ago, ENESS first turned their projectors onto snow at a snowfield in Australia. They described it as "carving the slopes by day and lighting the ice by night, transforming… Continue
Take a trip to Nagano, Japan and you might be able to have your own "Nat Geo" moment. For it is there you will see some highly expressive characters grooming, soaking and possibly even posing for your camera.
I've liked Mark Velasquez photography for some time so I don't know why I never showed these here. These are two of my favorite shots by him and their tittles alone make them great. Check out his site for more of his photos.
"The 7 Paternity Tests"
A lot of his pictures are political in some way so check them out, I'm sure you'll love them.
The city of Harbin, in frigid northeastern China, is hosting its 26th annual International Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival. Massive buildings built of ice, large scale snow sculptures, ice slides, festival food and drinks can be found in several parks in the city. At night, visitors who endure the bitter cold will see the lights switched on, illuminating the… Continue
As you can see from this picture it's a little cold right now on the East Coast of the United States. This picture was taken by NASA, here they explain how:
The Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on NASA's Aqua satellite captured this view of the Chesapeake Bay region as the clouds were clearing on December 20. The snow highlights the course of the Potomac and Susquehanna Rivers from the Appalachian Mountains to the… Continue
What is it about falling snow that takes a normal picture and turns it into a magical movie-like scene? It's that perfect moment frozen in time.
"The first fall of snow is not only an event, it is a magical event. You go to bed in one kind of a world and wake up in another quite different, and if this is not enchantment then where is it to be found?" ~J.B.… Continue
Gotta love the imagination and dedication of the crew from Improv Everywhere. It's pretty amazing how they pull it off with such a big group. My favorite is still the frozen people at Grand Central Station in New York. If they did this is your city, would you… Continue
It's like China's version of Disneyland on Ice. These impressive ice sculptures are part of a display for the upcoming Harbin International Ice and Snow Festival. As well as the colorful life-sized ice buildings, which reflect traditional Chinese architecture, there is also a 160m (524ft) high Father Christmas sculpture, said by organizers to be the world's largest.… Continue