Cats in sweaters

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By Annie Churdar in New Photography on Saturday 21 September 2013

There’s not much cuter in this world then a cat wearing a sweater. Whether the feline looks incredibly angry or ready to cuddle, dressing it in a dapper sweater is always a good choice. Check out this gallery of Cats in Sweaters. It will make your day about ten times better. Seriously. You won’t regret it.

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Bizarre underwater creatures

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By Annie Churdar in New Photography on Friday 20 September 2013

I had no idea sea creatures had a census of their own, but apparently the underwater community needs to be counted, too. The last census took place back in 2010 and required the help of more than 2,700 scientists from all around the world. After spending 9,000 days under the ocean and taking 540 expeditions, […]

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Random Acts of American pride: photos by Shannon Davis

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By Annie Churdar in New Photography on Saturday 14 September 2013

After living abroad for several years, Shannon Davis had a bit of a culture shock when she returned to the US. There were American flags everywhere. In her series, Random acts of pride, Davis sheds a little light on the glaring, patriotic spirit found across the nation. Taken New York, California, Georgia, and West Virginia, the photos capture […]

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Strange double vision photos by Elena Kulikova

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By Annie Churdar in New Photography on Thursday 12 September 2013

These surreal photos by Elena Kulikova are sure to tug at your curiosity. Their double exposure, cross-eyed nature places at least two images together to create a larger meaning. Much like the phantom sensations Oscar Wilde wrote about experiencing while drinking absinth, these photos capture that same mysterious spirit that is only reached while hallucinating. Bathed […]

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Rarely seen photos of the world’s tallest volcano by QT Luong

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By Annie Churdar in New Photography on Wednesday 11 September 2013

These photos taken from the world’s highest volcano are simply stunning. Photographer QT Luong decided to hike from sea-to-summit when visiting Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. After photographing the lava ocean entry, he set out to summit Mauna Loa. Upon reaching the top, he created the Hiking Mauna Loa photos series and gave the rest of the world a […]

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Mysterious lights dancing in Afghan skies

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By Annie Churdar in New Photography on Monday 26 August 2013

The mystery of the dancing light in Afghan skies remains unsolved. First noticed to form around helicopter blades when the atmosphere was particularly dusty, the lights are most likely formed by some sort of friction between the helicopter blades and the minerals in the dust.

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Ethereal underwater photos by Wayne Levin

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By Annie Churdar in New Photography on Monday 26 August 2013

At the young age of twelve, Wayne Levin knew he would become a photographer. The Brownie camera, a gift from his father, fit perfectly into his eager hands. The years passed and Levin began to travel around the world. Between living in Hawaii and spending time on a ship during Navy service, he became close friends with the ocean.

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Haunting dresses: photos by Meg Cowell

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By Daniel Purvis in New Photography on Monday 24 June 2013

Meg Cowell’s haunting dresses rise from the blackened void, revealing their ghostly feminine visage. Expanding on her previous series of photographic works which featured dark and sensuous interpretations of found women’s lingerie, Cowell’s latest series captures elaborate period dresses in their lavish glory.

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Humans of New York: an honest portrait of the city

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By Annie Churdar in New Photography on Wednesday 19 June 2013

Humans of New York is an archive of beautiful photos and touching stories from the Big Apple. The stories range from a sweet old couple arguing about whether today is their 61st or 62nd anniversary, to a young man who never went to college because he was convicted of a murder he didn’t commit at the […]

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Amazing abandoned places just waiting to be explored

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By Annie Churdar in New Photography on Tuesday 18 June 2013

Ever since I can remember, I’ve had a serious fascination with exploring abandoned structures.  I was the seven-year-old trying to slide down underground drain openings and building forts under cement bridges. As I got older, I discovered a whole community of people who shared the same insane curiosity.

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Unworldly photography by Michal Karcz

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By Annie Churdar in New Photography on Saturday 15 June 2013

Fascinated with both painting and photography from a young age, it was only a matter of time before Michal Karcz would combine both techniques with digital art. His gorgeous images of parallel universes are breathtaking and mind-bending. The Polish artist has a knack for transporting viewers to landscapes that don’t actually exist outside of his imagination. But he does it in […]

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Oliver Woods: photography with an incredible story

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By Simon James in New Photography on Thursday 13 June 2013

Oliver Woods is a photographer with an eye for the story behind the story. From his portraits of the great and good in the Sunday Times Magazine, to his continent-hopping projects about the de-evolution of the carbon-burning world, he’s someone who clearly spends a lot of time observing his subjects before finding just the right […]

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Food cross sections: the cure for high calorie junkfood?

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By Annie Churdar in New Photography on Saturday 1 June 2013

Research has shown that one trick to cutting back on calories is found in portion control. It’s a wise practice to divide your food before you begin to eat in order to not get carried away and overeat. Beth Galton has taken that simple concept and created an entire series of gorgeously organized photographs that celebrate […]

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Wild african animals photographed by George Logan

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By Angela Sofo in New Photography on Friday 17 May 2013

Translocation, a book by multi-award winning photographer George Logan, is a collection of wonderful pictures. This work seems to have a funny appearance but the real meaning of this project is to let people know how important it is to eliminate suffering and preserve wildlife in its free and wild state. To complete Translocation, Logan had […]

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A living paper doll photo series by Luca Meneghel

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By luca meneghel in New Photography on Thursday 16 May 2013

This project is called Paper Doll. The concept came from the childhood pastime of playing with paper dolls. I took the concept of the paper doll and transformed it into something more lifelike, but also retained the surreal elements of a dreamy world and a playful moment.

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