The annual Young Wildlife Photographer’s grand prize for 2014 went to 9-year-old Carlos Perez Naval from Spain for his beautiful photo of a scorpion.
The winners of the Wildlife Photographer Of The Year 2014 Awards held by the London Natural History Museum have been announced, showcasing the best shots of animals and nature from around the world. Don't miss out on their back stories!
“Old Faithful“ is an ongoing photo project by Toronto-based photographer Pete Thorne in which he takes beautiful and dignified portraits of old dogs. The series already has over 50 elderly dogs, and people around the world have been sending requests for him to take portraits of their dogs as well.
“Most people used to use cigarettes as a social prop." writes photographer Babycakes Romero. "Admittedly, they’re bad for your health, but at least they didn’t turn people into ‘plugged in’ bores."
Maternity photography is a beautiful way to capture this unique period of time in parents’ lives, and the variety of tools and ways to approach it seems endless. Adam Opris, a wedding and lifestyle photographer by day and underwater photographer by night, captures mommies-to-be underwater, creating divine and beautifully symbolic scenery.
For the past 16 years Chubby was photographer Maria Sharp's best friend. Unfortunately, the dog‘s health recently started to decline rapidly, so Sharp decided to dig up old photos of the two of them and organize one last photoshoot, documenting their beautiful friendship before Chubby passed away.
For “The Signs of Life,” Zakharov collected dozens of curious scenes seen in peoples' windows, including sculptures, skeletons, toys, and even real pets.
The owl, a master of the night sky, is extraordinarily adaptive when it comes to successfully pursuing and capturing its prey. In this list we present one of this fascinating bird's most incredible adaptations – their camouflage.
These pictures, taken in 1971 by LIFE photographer Michael Rougier, show how Hitchcock’s “The Birds” star and animal rights activist Tippi Hedren, her daughter actress Melanie Griffith, and her husband Noel Marshall lived day-to-day together with Neil the lion.
With this list of the most magical bridges around the world, we invite you to embrace your sweetest fantasies and, with an open heart and eye, travel to a world far away.
Abandoned places, as fascinating as they are, best demonstrate one thing – just how quickly nature can what our civilization has left behind. Be it a piano in the middle of the woods (no questions asked) or an entire building, grass, vines and even trees will find their way to the sun no matter what's...