Photographer's "Little Kids and Their Big Dogs" series beautifully captures poignant moments in time between children and their gentle giants | Inhabitots

Photographer's "Little Kids and Their Big Dogs" series beautifully captures poignant moments in time between children and their gentle giants | Inhabitots

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Mom uses larger than life shadows to create a fantastical alternate reality for…

Mom uses larger than life shadows to create a fantastical alternate reality for…

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Mother photographs the nature-filled adventures of her four homeschooled children in rural New Zealand | Inhabitots

Mother photographs the nature-filled adventures of her four homeschooled children in rural New Zealand | Inhabitots

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Photographer captures the magnificent beauty in the fairytale-like small world of insects | Inhabitots

Photographer captures the magnificent beauty in the fairytale-like small world of insects | Inhabitots

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Mother photographs her daughter dressed-up as female role models in empowering photo series

Mother photographs her daughter dressed-up as female role models in empowering photo series

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Photographer & Illustrator duo bring children’s imaginary friends to life in “My Monster & Me” photography sessions

Photographer & Illustrator duo bring children’s imaginary friends to life in “My Monster & Me” photography sessions

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Father and his astronaut son boldly explore life's daily adventures in Small Steps are Giant Leaps | Inhabitots

Father and his astronaut son boldly explore life's daily adventures in Small Steps are Giant Leaps | Inhabitots

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One of Waymire’s images—aptly entitled “No Snow, No Ice”—shows a lone polar bear perched at the edge of a brown, sandy shoal which should have been white with snow at that time of the year. That startling photograph won an honorable mention in the 2016 National Geographic Photographer of the Year contest in the Environmental Issues category. Monica Corcoran, director of the photography contest, noted that the polar bear appears to be “in a meditative Buddha stance” which contributes to the…

One of Waymire’s images—aptly entitled “No Snow, No Ice”—shows a lone polar bear perched at the edge of a brown, sandy shoal which should have been white with snow at that time of the year. That startling photograph won an honorable mention in the 2016 National Geographic Photographer of the Year contest in the Environmental Issues category. Monica Corcoran, director of the photography contest, noted that the polar bear appears to be “in a meditative Buddha stance” which contributes to the…

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