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A day of Take-offs at LAX
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Mike Kelley photographed every aircraft that departed from the south complex of Los Angeles International Airport over an eight hour period. He then digitally composited each aircraft into a single image entitled “Wake Turbulence.”
Architectural photographer and aviation geek Michael Kelley decided, one smog-free Sunday morning, to spend the day photographing the action at LAX. Perched on top of the hill at Clutter's Park with camera in hand, Kelley spent seven hours baking under the California sun. Eventually, he took the more than 400 pictures that would serve as the basis for this amazing composite.
Architectural Photography: Every day, over 1,500 planes take off and land at Los Angeles International Airport; on average, about one plane goes down a runway every minute. It’s the sixth busiest airport in the world, and last Sunday, LA photographer Mike Kelley spent the afternoon photographing every single departure from one complex to make this stunning composite image.
STRANGE TIME LAPSED PHOTOGRAPHY FUN - LAX AIRPORT COMMERCIAL JET TAKEOFFS ONE MORNING! - WOW!
snake bus - campaign for Copenhagen Zoo
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Copenhagen Zoo ad on a bus guerrilla ad campaign
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Copenhagen Zoo: This is another example of great support media. I believe this is effective because it creates almost a optical illusion that both fits in with what the Zoo has to offer and makes people take a second look and remember the Ad.
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These stumps used to be beautiful pine trees. (Photo and caption courtesy Mamang Sorbetero/National Geographic Your Shot
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Tree stumps along the shoreline of American Memorial Park in the island of Saipan. The park is getting smaller every day. Topsoil is being washed by waves. These stumps used to be beautiful pine trees - Photo by Mamang Sorbetero for National Geographic Your Shot
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Gecko attacking (photo by Frans Rusli)
#Tuesday: #National #Geographic #Russia «Вооружен и очень опасен». Автор фото: Frans Rusli. He will protect you » #National #Geographic #Russia «Вооружен и очень опасен». Автор фото: Frans Rusli. He will protect you. National Geographic Russia originally shared this post: «Вооружен и очень опасен». Автор фото: Fr...
I love the GREAT attitude this little thing has! like he's ready for a fight if you try to get his little stick! (Photo Frans Rusli - National Geographic)
I love all animals!!! Even lizards!
Hands up! Surrender! :)))
"Let's Fight!" -lizard photo by Frans Rusli Nat'l Geographic
Top Stories Artist suspends real clouds in the middle of the room photography By Lauren Davis Mar 11, 2012 5:00 PM 68,628 21 Get our top stories follow io9.com Artist suspends real clouds in the middle of the room That's not photoshop; that's an actual cloud hovering inside an actual room. Artist Berndnaut Smilde merges art and science to create small man-made clouds that exist — albeit for just a moment — indoors.
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Dutch artist Berndnaut Smilde installs miniature clouds in empty gallery spaces. But these are neither digital manipulations nor fluffy Poly-fil sculptures strung from the ceiling. The cloud works are, in fact, real, with Smilde using spoke, moisture, and spot lighting to conjure up his momentary creations. His latest work, Nimbus II repeats the artist’s first experiment (Nimbus, 2010) in which he spun a rain cloud in the center of an immaculate studio gallery, whose blank, polychromatic wall...
Art installation that generates an indoor cloud, made by Dutch artist Berndnaut Smilde.
Man-made indoor clouds art installation by Berndnaut Smilde
IndoorClouds by Berndnaut Smilde
Inspired by the window shopping experience at Holt Renfrew this season! An installation from Dutch artist Berndnaut Smilde and yes, that is a real cloud! #MKM915 #berndnautsmilde #clouds
An aerial view shows cross-country skiers climbing a hill