A series of photos featuring bullets cut in half by artist Sabine Pearlman, Los Angeles based photographer, reveals hidden complexity and architecture of destructive weaponry that human ever created, which reflects the human nature – the evil and the beautiful. The artist photographed 900 cross-sections of specimen inside of a World War II bunker in Switzerland in 2012.
Dissecting ammunition – Photos of cross-sections of bullets
Nightly photos by Finnish amateur photographer
Wildlife photographer has been traveling over 15 years to document these oldest trees around the wor...
Collection of best 20 photos of National Geographic 2015 - Photo of the Day: Your Favorites From 201...
Amazingly real photographs that look manipulated alike
Interesting photos of underwater dogs
Glamorous photographs by Svetlana Belyaeva
Amazing visual art by macro photography - Close-ups of jumping spiders
Stop time in a click by High-Speed Camera - Stunning moments of Ink and Water Mixing
Tintype portraits of Hollywood celebrities by vintage camera at the Sundance Film Festival 2015
Top 10 Of The 2016 National Geographic Traveler Photographs Competition
Finalists of 2016 Nikon Photomicrography Competition
Behind the scenes of perfect photographs
Genetic portraits of relatives and family members
List of Winners of 2013 Astronomy Photographer of the Year competition
Surreal cityscapes images
Eye-catching photos - Electric Mountains
Freezing soap bubbles captured by a loving father
Scientific experiment in art form
Photographer took charming pictures through five years to show the beauty of Budapest
Chasing cyclones and storms