#11 Nigel Hodson, United Kingdom (Open Competition, Wildlife)

Nigel Hodson, United Kingdom (Open Competition, Wildlife)

Nigel Hodson Report

Hope Floats 1 week ago

Beautiful photo..Love this!!

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#12 Eugene Kitsios, Netherelands (Open Competition, Wildlife)

Eugene Kitsios, Netherelands (Open Competition, Wildlife)

Eugene Kitsios Report

Edi IP 1 week ago

Gandalf..

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#13 Dina Alfasi, Israel (Open Competition, Street Photography)

Dina Alfasi, Israel (Open Competition, Street Photography)

Dina Alfasi Report

callierose2013 1 week ago

Looks like a Norman Rockwell painting.

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#14 Maximilian Conrad, Germany (Open Competition, Nature)

Maximilian Conrad, Germany (Open Competition, Nature)

Green monster. May 16, 2016, a tornado warned high precipitation supercell storm is rolling over the town of Stratford, Texas. Its structures and color seem unreal and belong to the most dramatic I have ever witnessed in many years. I only had a few moments to find a decent spot to capture this amazing view. There was a bigger gap in the traffic along the highway so I had enough... Read More

Green monster. May 16, 2016, a tornado warned high precipitation supercell storm is rolling over the town of Stratford, Texas. Its structures and color seem unreal and belong to the most dramatic I have ever witnessed in many years. I only had a few moments to find a decent spot to capture this amazing view. There was a bigger gap in the traffic along the highway so I had enough time to take a few photos. The image is a panorama of two images, further editing includes primarily color and local contrast enhancements, highlight recovery, foreground brightened up, and adding vignette.

Maximilian Conrad Report

Nancy Arnold 1 week ago

Stunning

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#15 Alexander Vinogradov, Russia (open Competition, Portraits)

Alexander Vinogradov, Russia (open Competition, Portraits)

Mathilda. Inspired by the movie Leon. Model: Anastasiya Marinina.

Alexander Vinogradov Report

Melody Lanzatella 1 week ago

She is an "old soul".

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#16 Eugene Kitsios, Netherlands (Open Competition, Wildlife)

Eugene Kitsios, Netherlands (Open Competition, Wildlife)

Eugene Kitsios Report

Seth Gecko 1 week ago

New dolphin drug craze, sanding.... Beautiful picture though.

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#17 Stacy Anguiano Cain, United States (Open Competition, Motion)

Stacy Anguiano Cain, United States (Open Competition, Motion)

Stacy Anguiano Cain Report

John L 1 week ago

Now that is what "eager anticipation" is all about.

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#18 Hiroshi Tanita, Japan (Open Competition, Nature)

Hiroshi Tanita, Japan (Open Competition, Nature)

Hiroshi Tanita Report

Ti Mi 1 week ago

is this frozen lake? love the peacefulness

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#19 By Ami Vitale, United States (Natural World, Professional)

By Ami Vitale, United States (Natural World, Professional)

Pandas Gone Wild. Seen by few, but beloved by billions, the giant panda is one of the most recognised animals on the planet. It’s hard to imagine, but these animals, who roamed the earth for eight million years, were only discovered in the last century. Unknown, and hidden from the western world for millions of years, even today they are seen by few but known by most everyone. So secretive... Read More

Pandas Gone Wild. Seen by few, but beloved by billions, the giant panda is one of the most recognised animals on the planet. It’s hard to imagine, but these animals, who roamed the earth for eight million years, were only discovered in the last century. Unknown, and hidden from the western world for millions of years, even today they are seen by few but known by most everyone. So secretive and mysterious was its solitary life, lived in the thickest of bamboo, in the highest of mountains, in mist and rain, governed and guided by smell rather than sight, that the giant panda has eluded easy answers, even while making its way into everyone’s heart. Giant pandas have a secret life governed by their nose, and their daily diet and breeding behaviours have made them vulnerable in today’s world. With a diet almost entirely composed of the leaves, stems and shoots of various bamboo species, their reliance on bamboo left them vulnerable to any loss of habitat. Found only in central China, the entire species came dangerously close to extinction. Scientists considered the giant panda a relic species; shy, and difficult to breed in captivity. But now there is a glimmer of hope, as years of research are finally paying off. In a region where bad environmental news is common, China cracked the code and is on its way to successfully saving its most famous ambassador. The giant panda was recently taken off the endangered species list!

Ami Vitale Report

1 week ago

Kinda creepy

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#20 Tom Jacobi, Germany (Professional, Landscape)

Tom Jacobi, Germany (Professional, Landscape)

GREY MATTER(S). God's son was wearing grey, the colour of undyed wool, worn by peasants and the poor. Alberto Giacometti (1901-1966) never had the intention to paint only with grey, but he gave in: In the course of my work I have eliminated one colour after another and what has remained is grey, grey, grey! In 2014 the English newspaper The Guardian declared grey as the Colour of the Decade... Read More

GREY MATTER(S). God's son was wearing grey, the colour of undyed wool, worn by peasants and the poor. Alberto Giacometti (1901-1966) never had the intention to paint only with grey, but he gave in: In the course of my work I have eliminated one colour after another and what has remained is grey, grey, grey! In 2014 the English newspaper The Guardian declared grey as the Colour of the Decade The world from dusk to dawn has been fascinating the human being from the very beginning. Since the figure of the biped appeared in prehistoric darkness, it was drawn to the purity and spirituality of that colourless world. Colours simply are reflected light, individually put together in our brain, a place also called Grey Matter. No light, no colours. By photographing our colourful world at times & places, where there is no colour, the illusion of a colourful reality is being unmasked. For two years Tom Jacobi travelled to six continents, searching for archaic landscapes - mystical places that had been shaped over thousands of years by nature, yet they seem timeless, even modern. The landscapes unfold their strength and spirituality in front of the beholder. Through the absence of the Juggler Colour the planet seems to find peace, just like it might have done long time before our existence.

Tom Jacobi Report

Kateřina Eff 1 week ago

Finally a good version of Fifty Shades of Grey

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