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With the invention of the digital camera, photography has become an accessible art form for so many people. This means that haunting, dazzling, unbelievable, amazing and thought provoking images are springing up all over the world, every day. Here we curate the best – analogue or digital. Prepare to be wowed.

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Expired polaroids from Iceland by Paul Hoi

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By Paul Hoi in New Photography on Tuesday 31 March 2015

Over the course of two weeks in 2014, I explored Iceland through the Ring Road, which connects, from one settlement to the next-the entirety of the Nordic country. I traveled alone on a four-wheel drive, and would often wake up in the morning to surroundings that, due to the immensely diverse microclimates, looked and felt unrecognizable from the day before.

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Cat turns into a cat-erpillar after walking through a panoramic photo

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Photography on Monday 30 March 2015

If a cat had 16 legs, would it still be able to land on its feet? Redittor ‘FallenCoffee’ was taking a panoramic photo of his home when his cat decided to barge in, walking through the frame and creating quite the freaky image: a 16-legged feline centipede, or more fittingly, a CAT-erpillar!

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There’s an Instagram account showing off cute guys on the Paris Metro… and it’s kinda creepy

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By Rachel Oakley in New Photography on Monday 30 March 2015

It might be sexist. It also might be a tad (a lot) creepy. But if someone’s going to go to the effort and create an Instagram account and fill it with pictures of cute guys (Parisian guys at that!) on the Metro, I can’t help but support the cause.

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New York’s finest music photographers are getting together for an evening of short-form storytelling

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By Rachel Oakley in New Photography on Saturday 28 March 2015

New York City, mark your calendars for the evening of April 3 because you’re about to indulge in a night solely dedicated to music and photography thanks to The BlowUp. [Photo above by Tod Seelie].

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What happens when a Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer captures San Francisco from above?

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Photography on Thursday 26 March 2015

How do you make an iconic city even more beautiful? You take a Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer and you put him on a helicopter at night. That’s what Vincent Laforet did for his upcoming book ‘Air’, which showcases the entrancing beauty of San Francisco from 72,000 feet up.

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World’s greatest uncle wears a princess dress with his niece so she doesn’t feel left out

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By Rachel Oakley in New Photography on Thursday 26 March 2015

Four-year-old Izzy wanted to wear a princess gown to watch Cinderella but felt nervous to wear it in public. So her uncle Nagy did what any loving uncle would do-he got his own princess dress! Nagy’s ‘princess dress’ is actually a prom dress, loaned from a friend. But that didn’t matter-look at the grin on little Izzy’s face. Nagy is sure gonna be her number one uncle from now on!

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Photographer captures an incredible shot during last week’s solar eclipse

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By Rachel Oakley in New Photography on Thursday 26 March 2015

Last week’s solar eclipse saw some amazing photos, but one very lucky photographer had the opportunity of a lifetime… and ran with it. UK photographer Amy Shore was standing in her backyard garden in the morning of the eclipse in Leicestershire when she snapped away at the incredible view.

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This cat would look like an adorable sheep if it weren’t for his resting bitch face

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Photography on Tuesday 24 March 2015

At Sagebrush Fine Art in Salt Lake City, Utah, there’s a resident feline that looks like he’s judging you. All. The. Time. Pompous Albert (named after Albert Einstein) is a Selkrik Rex, a rare breed famous for their sheep-like appearance.

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Adult entertainment stars get photographed in a unique way at Las Vegas convention (it’s faces only, promise!)

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By Rachel Oakley in New Photography on Saturday 21 March 2015

You’d think that when photographer Roger Kisby went to the AVN Adult Entertainment Expo – held in Las Vegas – that he’d take some pretty ‘out there’ shots of the adult stars. What he did surprised us all.

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Photographers recreate the most famous photographs in history… with tiny models

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By Rachel Oakley in New Photography on Friday 20 March 2015

Photographers Jojakim Cortis and Adrian Sonderegger have embarked on a pretty spectacular photographic project: using hyperrealistic models, they’ve captured moments in time we’ve seen in photos for decades.

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What our sunsets would look like if the sun was replaced with other stars

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Photography on Friday 20 March 2015

There are hundreds of billions of stars in our galaxy alone – have you ever wondered what our sunsets would look like if we replaced the sun with a different star? Some would not be as romantic as you’d think.

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Cumin, sugar and even food colouring are used to create these images of ‘space’

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By Rachel Oakley in New Photography on Friday 20 March 2015

These exquisite images look like they were taken from a high-powered telescope in the night sky. But sorry to burst that bubble – these photos are actually household ingredients, scanned. Navid Baraty created this project called WANDER Space Probe, using items he had in his pantry. Items like baking soda, sugar and cinnamon (for stars and nebulas) and milk, water and food colouring (for planets).

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Meet the world’s most flexible woman (yes, she can fit inside a suitcase)

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By Rachel Oakley in New Photography on Thursday 19 March 2015

Julia Günthel – best known as Zlata – is originally from Kazakhstan and considered to be the world’s most flexible woman. It’s not difficult to see why.

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Art Tree: Mother Nature on the Heath by French photographer SandJo

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By Sandrine in New Photography on Sunday 15 March 2015

SandJo is a French journalist and photographer living in London who has devoted the past 10 years of her life to shoot the wonderful trees of Hampstead Heath, in North London.

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The silent generation gets louder with these street wear fashion shoots

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By Rachel Oakley in New Fashion, New Photography on Saturday 14 March 2015

If you picture the elderly, you might think of a blue rinse, a collared shirt and maybe an old baker-boy cap. For others, such as photographer Alex de Mora, the older generation are much more hip, and he’s proving it to us with his photographs.

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