Simply known as the "Blue Pond," the beautiful body of water in the town of Biei in Hokkaido, Japan seems to change colors right before visitors' eyes. Depending on how the light falls, or in Japanese photographer Kent Shiraishi's opinion, "because of the weather," the picturesque…
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What a surreal sight! If you ever travel to Brazil make sure to visit Lençóis Maranhenses National Park, especially between the months of January and May. The rainy season, it's during that time that Brazil's white sand dunes, which are spread across 570-square-miles, transform into an amazing natural phenomenon. Fresh water collects in the valleys between the sand dunes, creating…
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In what can only be described as a cross between Bellagio's dancing fountains and Disneyland's Fantasmic, last night, Sydney gave us a sneak peek into their very first water show. Called Vivid Aquatique, it runs from May 24 to June 10, on the hour, every hour from 6pm to midnight. Visitors can stop by Sydney's famous Darling Harbour to see this free show that brings together all of the three…
Since we last checked in with Hawaii-based photographer Sarah Lee, she's taken a relaxing vacation in Australia, shot multiple weddings, including one right here in California, and even received an award for her work. Of course, somewhere along the way, she found time to shoot…
Disclosure: This post is coming to you from MiO. Change your water. Change your day. What do you want to change?
It covers over 70% of our Earth's surface and it's the most essential element to life. Water is so important…Continue
Think you're looking at digital artwork created in Photoshop or Illustrator? Think again. What you're actually looking at are drops of cooking oil floating in a bowl filled with water. The concentric circles are sherbet colored because of (who would have guessed it?) construction paper.
Two years ago, Michael Krutzenbichler came across…Continue
Breathtaking abstract imagery taken by Sydney based photographer Mark Mawson. “Aqueous II – The Sequel” is part of the “Aqueous” water series which is created by dropping paint in water and capturing it.…
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Truth be told, I'm a huge fan of Evian's rollerskating babies. Unexpected, hilarious and inspiring, the commercial was a runaway hit and to date has been played over 20 million times on YouTube. Carrying on with the baby-themed campaign, Evian and their Paris agency, BETC Euro RSCG, had fashion photographer Nathaniel Goldberg shoot "real people" (in other words,…
Well here's that jetpack you asked for Kevin!
These babies developed by Martin Aircraft Company of New Zealand go on sale for $75,000 each, and can reach 60mph, with an altitude of 8,000 feet! Check out the video below for demonstration.
What? Not impressed? How bout this homemade Hovercraft by Rudy Heeman, also another New Zealander?…
Notes from the Photographer: Highly experimental, fluid, high speed: 1/10'000th of a second photography.
The shot is taken in compete darkness, flash is what takes the…
Not only is the artwork of Jeff Koons currently showing at the Serpentine Gallery in London, if you happen to take a stroll right outside, through Kensington Garden, you'll also see a temporary structure created by…
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