Photography

Lava Crashing Into the Seas of Hawaii.

Two daredevil photographers have risked their lives to become the first people to capture the explosive moment fiery lava crashes into the sea – while in the water themselves. Fearless duo Nick Selway, 28, and pal CJ Kale, 35, brave baking hot 110F (43,3C) waters to snap the amazing images – standing just feet away from scalding heat and floating lava bombs. Using a simple protective casing around their cameras, and donning just swimming shorts and flippers, they bob up and down with the water as the surf washes over their heads. (Photo by Nick Selway/CJ Kale/Caters News Agency)

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Rainbow of Stars.

Photographer Maurizio Pignotti, (46), spends all night in freezing temperatures painstakingly shooting the breathtaking crystal-clear stars. He uses a technique where he merges together anywhere between 80 and 450 shots to create what he describes as a “rainbow of stars”. Space-lover Maurizio, captures the star trails on the borders of the Adriatic Sea – including the Sibillini Mountains National Park, the Conero National Park, and the Gargano National Park.

(Photos by Maurizio Pignotti/Caters News)

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High Speed Flower Explosions by Martin Klimas.

 

 

 

 

 

German photographer Martin Klimas, creates breathtaking photos of flowers exploding into a million beautiful pieces. To achieve this effect, he soaks the petals in liquid nitrogen to make them brittle and hits the flower with an air gun.

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Alien Landscapes Of Dallol Volcano By Dionys Moser.

When photographer Dionys Moser was in Ethiopia he stopped at the famous volcano Dallol, where he made a shocking series of photos. Looking at them, it seems that the pictures are taken on a different planet!

Alien Landscapes Of Dallol Volcano Dionys Moser

Alien Landscapes Of Dallol Volcano Dionys Moser

Alien Landscapes Of Dallol Volcano Dionys Moser

Alien Landscapes Of Dallol Volcano Dionys Moser

Alien Landscapes Of Dallol Volcano Dionys Moser

Alien Landscapes Of Dallol Volcano Dionys Moser

Alien Landscapes Of Dallol Volcano Dionys Moser

Alien Landscapes Of Dallol Volcano Dionys Moser

Alien Landscapes Of Dallol Volcano Dionys Moser

Alien Landscapes Of Dallol Volcano Dionys Moser

Alien Landscapes Of Dallol Volcano Dionys Moser

Alien Landscapes Of Dallol Volcano Dionys Moser

Alien Landscapes Of Dallol Volcano Dionys Moser