David M. Bird: Becorns are woodland creatures crafted from acorns, pine cones, sticks, and other natural materials, then photographed in nature with birds, squirrels, chipmunks, and other wildlife. The photography process usually involves a study of animal behavior, birdseed, and a lot of patience. My work evolved from my years as a designer for Lego,… Continue reading Becorns


Definitely something to view in full screen mode, on as large a screen as you can lay hands on: Antarctica in Black & White – Chapter 2: Mountains, by Jan Erik Waider. Magnificent!

Grin and bear it

Underwater photographer has one little problem, given the nature of his hobby: What Enric despises most about the ocean is it’s ridiculously cold temperature. He tries to “travel to warmer waters during the winter in the Mediterranean Sea.” During cold seasons, there’s nothing he can do but stay out of the water, as much as… Continue reading Grin and bear it

Look Up

Hilariously Disturbing Photos Of Bearded Men Looking Straight Up. Good grief. Go and see. Go now! [Via LinkMachineGo!]


Digital Collage Artist Creates Weird and Wonderful Animal Hybrids From a sealion/horse creature named a Horseal to a Labrador puppy/albatross combo called a Labratross, Fredriksen renders his weird and wonderful critters by first finding two images that go well together. “The angle has to be right, and it helps a lot if the skin/fur textures… Continue reading Hybrids

In search of warriors

Kim Frank went In Search of Warriors: A story told by my grandfather sparked a fascination. Far to the east lies a land, wild and vast, inhabited by the legendary warriors who rescued my grandfather. Mongolia. For fifteen years, I’ve returned to this country, seeking to understand the raw beauty and tenacity that shapes those… Continue reading In search of warriors