Wet dogs usually spell a wet disaster, especially when they shake themselves dry. Yet this didn’t deter Serenah Hodson from making the 'Dry Dog Wet Dog' portrait series!
1913, one year before the Great War, wasn't the best time for colored photography. But Mervyn O'Gorman still managed to take wonderful colored pictures of his daughter Christina.
Volcano eruptions are, as a rule, spectacular events. And Calbuco volcano in Chile has erupted twice in the last day.
Having a twin is like having a natural friend who, as a bonus, looks just like you. And Akira Oozawa, a graphic designer, continues taking pictures of his identical daughters having childhood fun.
Kermit the Frog is one of the most recognizable denizens of the Sesame Street. And now, a scientist group discovered a frog that looks just like him.
Everybody wants to fly, especially the kids. And ‘Wil Can fly’ is a very special project about a flying boy.
Getting a tattoo is the traditional means of teenage rebellion. These kids have no such luck – their parents are already inked!
There are more than seven billion souls now alive on Earth – and the planet is suffering. An environmental NGO Global Population Speak Out has produced a photo book documenting the planets woes.
Why force a girl to play with dolls and toy ovens when she might be reasonably interested in toy soldiers? Kate Parker thinks the same as she documents her daughters being free to be… themselves!
A lion is the king of all he surveys, and he’ll protect his realm from anyone - including photographers! That’s how Atif Saeed managed to take this stunning picture of an angry lion!
Previously, bird's-eye view photography was only available through expensive plane rides and balloon stunts. Quadcopters and drones changed the equation, and Amos Chapple spent two years travelling the world and taking photos with his remote-control friend.