The gap between Europe and the United States is widening - by one inch a year. These spectacular underwater photographs show the vast gap between the two tectonic plates, as seen by a British scuba diver. Alex Mustard, 36, dived 80 feet into the crevice between North America and Eurasia to reveal the stunning landscape.The area - near Iceland - is riddled with faults, valleys, volcanoes and hot springs, caused by the plates pulling apart at about 1 inch per year.
Under the sea
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Richard Mosse’s Infra offers a radical way of looking at a war-torn area. During a two-year span Mosse documented the ongoing conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo using a discontinued military infrared surveillance film called Kodak Aerochrome. The film registers an invisible spectrum of infrared light, turning the green landscape and military attire into beautiful shades of pinks.
Richard Mosse image of soldier in the Democratic Republic of Congo