Slovenian photographer Matej Peljhan made 12-year-old Luka's dream come true for at least a photoshoot, in which Luka does things he will never be able to do in reality.
Where Children Sleep reveal shocking differences across countries, going from girls with thousand dollar dresses in their private mansions to shepherd boys sleeping with goats.
What may look like a beautiful photoshop effect was actually created by throwing some high powered glow sticks into the waterfalls of California.
An economist and photography enthusiast Andy Prokh takes adorable black and white photos of his 4-year-old daughter Katherine and her best friend - a British Shorthair cat, named LiLu Blue Royal Lada.
Minnesota-based writer and artist Ron Miller invites you to imagine what the night sky would look like if the Moon was replaced with any other planet from the Solar system.
With seven million people, Hong Kong is one of the most densely populated areas in the world. While the plain numbers may not sound too intriguing, the pictures look absolutely mind-blowing.
From the 85th floor of the Princess Tower in Dubai, German photographer Sebastian Opitz created his breath-taking Cloud City photo series, with the skyscrapers piercing through the clouds and morning fog, which is rare in these places.
Thoughts in Time is a gorgeous black and white photo series by Swiss photographer Pierre Pellegrini who takes long exposure pictures of trees, most often bare and surrounded by fog.
Canada-based photographer Matt Molloy presents a gorgeous series titled "Smeared Sky", where a final picture is composed out of hundreds of separate shots.
What may look like a series of unearthly photo-manipulations, is more real than it looks! Moscow-based physician Leonid Tishkov is actually traveling the world with his own personal moon.
To explore the effects of aging, London-based photographer Ana Oliveira asked her models to give portraits from their youth so that she could recreate them today. The seniors were then photographed in the same pose, wearing similar clothes and even making the same facial expressions.
Italian photographer Gabriele Galimberti spent 18 months traveling around the world and photographing children with their favorite toys for his 'Toy Stories' series.