Discover The Photographs Of Artists Rats By Ellen van Deellen

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Discover The Photographs Of Rats Artists By Ellen van Deellen

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Dutch photographer and artist Ellen van Deelen has created series of photos: with musicians rats, and scenes of lives of our daily life.
As the main characters were his pets Moppy, Witje and Rosie.
One day, Ellen saw a mini guitar playing in the shop window, and immediately she presented the picture of her two students as musicians. Not without reason the rats in their mental development are considered to be one of the closest to humans:
Moppy, Witje and Rosie, under the direction of the hostess, quickly learned to take tools and pose in front of the camera. It should be noted that Ellen herself loves music, likes to play violin and guitar. In the photos, the rats appear in images so beautiful and very touching.
« They are very smart and respond to their names – said Ellen – they are very beautiful models, who are always aware of what I want from them during the shoot. »These images of photographer Ellen van Deelen of rats playing instruments put music in our ears. We imagine them in a group of miniature rodents, maybe jazz or funk – and in a hilariously weird way. 

.She claimed her pets are very clever who picked up the knack in no time.

« They know exactly how to pose and both are really talented actors. We have a really good understanding. They always know what I am saying. »

Watch a video about the rat’s abilities!

 

 

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Hummingbird Photographs by the Researcher Melanie Barboni and David Leninson

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She built a community of 200 hummingbirds who live outside her office

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Hummingbird Photographs by the Researcher Melanie Barboni and David Leninson

 

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Humming Bird Photography: UCLA researcher who studies about volcanoes and eruptions has another passion and that is humming birds. Even as a child she loved hummingbirds and now she has raised a 200 strong community of hummingbirds near her office. She is also known by another name – The Hummingbird Whisperer. These hummingbirds are like her family, if she is late for feeding them, they fly right into her office and demand their needs. Every weekday, Melanie Barboni welcomes clouds of these “fairy” birds to her office window with nectar she mixes from large bags of sugar and water. In a frenzy and flash of iridescent greens, blues, reds and purples, the birds flit around four 80-ounce feeders that hang outside the windows of her ground-level office. If she puts her hand on the rim of a feeder, they will perch there in fond recognition of the human who feeds them. She was born in switzerland, where humming birds are non-existent and for over two years she has been feeding these birds and they make her smile all the time. According to Melanie Barboni,”“They are just so cute, and so smart! They remember you. They get to know you, and then they interact with you”. She can recognize upto 50 humming birds by their names and they allow her to touch them, feed them and even allow her to see their nests.

There’s a hummingbird haven at UCLA. It’s lovingly run by the “hummingbird whisperer”— assistant researcher Melanie Barboni.

If she doesn’t feed them in a timely manner, the miffed hummingbirds will fly into her office to “yell at me. … They are so demanding, but they know I will give them everything,” she explained with a smile.

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Theron Humphrey’s Maddie On Things

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Theron Humphrey’s Maddie On Things

If you loved Maddie as much as we did, you can follow her on Instagram

There comes a time in life when you start questioning things; what you have achieved so far, whether you are happy with your life or whether you are in fact the person you actually want to be. Dissatisfied with his everyday life working in a big corporate photo studio, American photographer Theron Humphrey decided to leave it all behind and go on a yearlong cross-county road trip across all 50 states in the hope of photographing a project he was passionate about. And what he describes as ‘This Wild Idea’, a photojournalist project of  »meeting folks, loving folks, living the dream », documents those little everyday moments that make up a life. However, what he didn’t realize was how Maddie, a friendly coonhound he adopted from an animal shelter just before his trip, would end up changing his life.

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Dark Erotic Women Portraits By Ellen Rogers (nudity content)

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Dark Erotic Women Portraits By Ellen Rogers

Norfolk-based analog photographer Ellen Rogers captures vaporous, retro-vintage feminine portraits. Her world combines an oneiric and macabre atmosphere, revealing multiple cultural influences, where women are raised to the rank of muses and mysterious witches. All of her work is analogue, meaning the lady flat out rejects digital in favour of less technically sharp processes. These include shooting inside the dark room and hand-tinting, all to get that Pre-Raphealite thing down pat. Rogers claims that while her technique « is a secret, » it’s « all darkroom based and it isn’t set. It can be a mixture of alternative processes to straight silver gelatine.

My technique is experimentation. » Toying with dark and mysterious iconography, Rogers’s work relays the photographic tradition of abstinents like Julia Margaret Cameron while still seeming essentially modern.

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18 Of The Most Magnificent Trees in the World

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144-Year-Old Wisteria In Japan//  credits: y-fu

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Wind-Swept Trees In New Zealand  /  credits: tungnam.

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Wind-Swept Trees In New Zealand / photo by seabirdnz

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Antarctic Beech Draped In Hanging Moss In Oregon/ photo by Drew Hopper

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Blooming Cherry Trees in Bonn, Germany/ credits: Adas Meliauskas

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Angel Oak In John’s Island In South Carolina/ photo by Daniela Duncan

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Flamboyant Tree, Brazil/ photo by Salete T Silva

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Dragonblood Trees, Yemen/ photo by Csilla Zelko

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The President, Third-Largest Giant Sequoia Tree In The World, California

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Maple Tree Tunnel in Oregon / photo by Ian Sane

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Rainbow Eucalyptus In Kauai, Hawaii /photo by jwilsonnorton

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Rainbow Eucalyptus In Kauai, Hawaii/ photo by Christopher Martin

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Jacarandas in Cullinan, South Africa/ photo by Elizabeth Kendall

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Avenue Of Oaks At Dixie Plantation In South Carolina / credits: Lee Sosby

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Cannonball Tree/ h/t boredpanda

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The Dark Hedges In Northern Ireland/ credits: Stephen Emerson

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The Dark Hedges In Northern Ireland/ credits: Stephen Emerson

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18 Of The Most Magnificent Trees in the World

Trees are an incredible part of nature, vital to our everyday survival. Trees dot city squares, suburban landscapes, and uninhabited forests all over the world. With some 400 billion trees on the planet, and over 23,000 different kinds of trees, it takes an extra special something to make a tree stand out.

While you see trees everyday of your life, some trees are different, unique in such a way you can’t help but stare in awe. There are certain trees, be they tall, thick, full of bright colors, or simply one-of-a-kind, that capture the attention of all who pass by. And when finally photographed, the photos of these extra special trees go viral on the Internet.

Say for example, the tree pictured above, which is one of the most stunning of its type. With brilliant pink blossoms, this tree is over 125 years old. This is known as the rhododendron tree. Although it is called a ‘tree’ it is actually a collection of very large shrubs. What makes this ‘tree’ so special? Most rhododendron trees look more like shrubs, but due to the age of this beauty, she’s had plenty of time to grow.

There are many other breathtaking trees all over the world, here are 18 of the most magnificent.

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Portraits of the Double-faced Women By Sebastian Bieniek

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Portraits of the Double-faced Women By Sebastian Bieniek By Sebastian Bieniek

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Doublefaced is an intriguing series by Berlin-based German artist Sebastian Bieniek that features portraits of a girl with the illusion of two faces. By simply drawing on each side of his model’s head with common makeup products like eyeliner and lipstick, Bieniek transforms the young woman into a eerie set of twins. He cleverly uses one of her own eyes and another drawn eye, applied further towards her temple, to simulate a forward-facing female on the side of her actual face.

The images of the dual-faced subject are both eye-catching and, at times, terrifying. She seems to be an experiment gone awry and set loose in public and private spaces. Just like her hybrid form, one is left feeling mixed emotions by her believable presence. Duality and illusion are strong thematic elements of the series that does a brilliant job of tricking the eye. The model’s hair also plays a large part in the effective illusion, separating the two faces or simply framing the one faux face.

« This curious and thought provoking project alludes to the duality of human nature and challenge our ideas of beauty. In a sense, Bieniek goes Picasso on his models’ portraits, drawing alternate faces on their heads and using parts of their features — primarily the eyes and hair — to create portraits with unique expressions and an illustrative sensibility. »

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Amazing Landscapes Distorted with Geometric Fragments

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In this series, entitled Landscape Monolith, Reynald Drouhin alters crystal clear landscapes by turning sections of the land upside-down. Each odd shape, placed directly in the center of the horizon, offers a small window into a distinct, new place that perfectly blends with the surrounding world.

From mountaintops to sandy beaches, the Paris-based artist focuses on the vivid colors and crisp lines of nature to produce his abstract scenes. Bright light and mirrored reflections create illusions of indistinguishable space that sits in direct contrast with familiar places. In the seamless transition from natural landscape to manipulated fragments, Drouhin offers his viewers the chance to see the world from impressively unique perspectives.

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1500 Scissors Shockingly Suspended From The Ceiling By Beili Liu

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As each visitor enters the space, one is asked to cut off a piece of the white cloth hung near the entrance, and offer the cut section to the performer. She then continuously sews the cut pieces onto the previous ones. The mended fabric grows in size throughout the duration of the performance, and takes over the vast area of the floor beneath the scissors.

1500 Scissors Shockingly Suspended from the Ceiling By Beili Liu

The Mending Project by Beili Liu. is a threatening art installation that gives an everyday object like scissors a profound, historical meaning. Sat underneath 1,500 pointy, sharp scissors, the artist creates a dangerous environment to explore the tradition of sewing and cutting in matriarchal China.

This mesmerizing piece presents Liu seated in a quiet room, where she is sewing white pieces of cloth handed to her by viewers. She has the task of putting the fabric together while being placed in a precarious position under thousands of blades. The relationship between femininity and danger is also interesting in this project. The artist explains, « I grew up in China. These traditional scissors are used in each household. There is a warm familiarity about them…they are women’s tools, just like sewing is, traditionally, a woman’s task in domestic life. » The Mending Project by Beili Liu is dedicated to women and the power they have to mend things and bring families together, even if their rights and safety are at constant risk.

“Conceptually, I am interested in harnessing the threatening essence of these razor sharp scissors. They are not ‘polite’ like the ones we are used to. You can use them to cut or stab. Also, in Chinese culture, scissors should never be positioned pointing at anyone, for it will bring ill fortune. They can be sharpened when needed and last a lifetime. On the other hand, they are women’s tools, just like sewing is, traditionally, a woman’s task in domestic life. I am interested in investigating the power of the humble action of ‘mending,’ as a woman artist.”

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