NASA astronaut Don Pettit shot this beautiful long exposure photograph showing star trails and city trails from the International Space Station. The image was created by combining 18 separate long-exposure photographs. Pettit says,
Pouring Rain Noir by Simon Berger, via a number of fantastic light painting shots by photographer Simon Berger. The first shot on top with the umbrella is just incredibly stunning, what a unique image.
Embodiment: A Neon Skeleton by Eric Franklin. Portland-based sculptor Eric Franklin constructs stunning anatomical light structures that are fully hollow and filled with ionized krypton, causing them to glow similar to a neon light.
Alberto Seveso, well, get ready. His latest series of underwater ink photographs is entitled a due Colori and they are simply breathtaking. The images are made by taking high-speed photographs of two colors of ink mixing with water.
Dragon Falls are part of the Angel Falls located in Venezuela. These Venezuela waterfalls are biggest in the world with height a more than ft. Waterfalls drop from the edge of Auyantepui mountain in the Canaima National Park.
OMG I thought he encased real goldfish in resin. He hand paints each fish layer by layer within the resin to get this effect. Riusuke Fukahori Paints Three-Dimensional Goldfish Embedded in Layers of Resin