Yes, it’s autumn now in my country (Although this year, autumn felt like 2 weeks and then winter hit…) This is a hauntingly beautiful fall photo by Flickr photographer Aaron Fuhrman!
Photo credit: Aaron Fuhrman (cropped, edited saturation)
November 22, 2014
November 15, 2014
Awesome midflight action shot by Flickr photographer rampx!! Could this have been taken from one of the famous Cat Cafe’s in Japan?? See, you can see the Japanese comic books lined up behind the kitty! What’s a ‘cat cafe’? It is a theme cafe whose main attraction is cats that can be watched and played with. Patrons pay an hourly cover fee (900 yen = $10.00/hr) to read comic books and play with the cats. There are more than 39 just in Tokyo alone!
Photo credit: rampx (cropped, edited saturation, brightness/contrast)
November 1, 2014
This very creative long-exposure photo was taken using a homemade RGB LED torchlight in a disused railway tunnel in Nottinghamshire in the UK by Flickr photographer Chris Thompson. This guy is a “light artist”, a photographer who shoots in the dark. He manipulates light by moving the light source and selectively illuminating parts of a scene while the shutter is open for extended periods of time, so that the image is built up in the camera sensor.
Photo credit: Chris Thompson (no editing)
October 25, 2014
Peek a boo chicken! A funny shot of a hen through a knothole by Flickr photographer Darrell Wyatt. Here’s an interesting fact about chickens: Did you know chickens are able to understand that even when an object is taken away from them and hidden, they still comprehend that it exists. Not many animals have the ability to do this. Human children cannot even do this!
Photo credit: Darrell Wyatt (cropped)
October 18, 2014
October 11, 2014
October 4, 2014
Shrooms! The lighting of this photo was amazingly well done on this awesome shot by Aardvarklord! Some interesting facts about mushrooms: One serving of mushrooms contains more dietary fibre than celery or a slice of whole-wheat bread! Mushrooms are one of the few natural sources of vitamin D. Mushrooms contain more protein than most vegetables. One medium brown mushroom contains more potassium than a banana. Mushrooms are a great source of B-vitamins (Thiamin, Ribofloxin, Niacin, Pantothenic Acid, Biotin and Folic Acid).
Photo credit: Aardvarklord (edited saturation, brightness/contrast)