The landscapes of Dordogne in southwestern France captured through infrared lenses by French photographer Pierre-Louis Ferrer, rendering all living plant matter in vivid hues of canary yellow.
Throw off your chains, slaves to the visible spectrum.
Two of many close-up and characterful shark portraits captured by clearly fearless underwater photographer Todd Bretl.
A lightning strike emanates from a huge cumulonimbus cloud over the Kanto region of Japan on Sunday.
Photo by Masayoshi Toyama.
Phenomenons by Japanese marine photographer Ryo Minemizu: diverse plankton species against the darkened deep water backdrops at the Osezaki sea near Mount Fuji, the Philippines and Maldives..
From top: the tiny larval fish of Dendrochirus; a minute larval Gymnapogon; the very wee larval fish of Soleichthys; an acutely diminuitive larval Tripod fish; the itty-bitty Paralepididae; a hardly worth bothering about Megalopa larva of Eplumula phalangium; the normally impossible to make out larva of Lysmataa; a sub-Lilliputian Nausithoe jellyfish and the really very far from large larval stage of the Barred soapfish.
Gougane Barra, Macroom, Co. Cork.
(Thanks Reuben Fields)
Ten observations on photography by filmmaker Errol Morris, taken from his 2011 book Believing Is Seeing.
More on item 3 here.
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