Indiana-based photographer Jon Smith invites everyone to the fascinating world of high speed photography with his colorful series of exploding light bulbs. Jon fills them with various objects such as feathers, beads, candies, beer caps or layered sand, and the shoots them making everything explode.
We see clouds almost every day, yet we haven't seen most of them in our lives. Here's a selection of some of the most impressive cloud formations ever captured.
It looks like there's a powerpuff girl growing up in Sweden! One-year-old Singlhild demonstrates capacities that are way beyond her years in the creative pictures, photoshoped by her dad Emil Nystrom.
Japanese photographer Yume Cyan has been taking these surreal shots of fireflies in the forests of Nagoya City, Japan, keeping the shutter of his Canon 5D Mark III open for about 30 seconds. The f/2.8 aperture made the closer fireflies blur into glowing circles.
French photographer Yann Arthus-Bertrand will take your breath away with his stunning portfolio of aerial photography, capturing some of the most beautiful places in the world.
Delicatessen With Love photo series portray grandmothers from 58 different countries, each posing right before they start cooking and then presenting their signature dish in the end.
Better known by the nickname of 'fiddle oak', 14-year-old photographer Zev presents a highly imaginative portfolio of surreal self-portraits, which he created together with his sister Nellie.
Self-taught photographer Bill Gekas makes gorgeous portraits of his 5-year-old daughter, posing as the mini version of classic paintings by such artist like Rembrandt, Raphael, Caravaggio, Velazquez or Vermeer.
Celebrating her daughter Emma's 5th birthday, photographer Jaime Moore went against the mainstream Disney princess' idea and dressed Emma as 5 historic and inspirational women: Coco Chanel, Susan B. Anthony, Amelia Earhart, Helen Keller and Jane Goodall.
Avoiding unnecessary details in his pictures, Spanish photographer Chema Madoz works around the idea that things are not what they might seem ta first.
Over 600 meals in countries from Chad to China reveal completely different stories: while some families don't go without 6 gallons of Coca-Cola a week, others got to hunt down a seal to feed their kids.
Tippi Degre had the kind of childhood that sounds more like an episode from the Mowgli than a real story: born in Africa to French wildlife photographer parents, the little girl spent her days playing with such animals as a five-ton elephant, a cheetah, lion cubs and many others.