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.
Amazing Photos Of The National Beard And Mustache Championship
Beautiful portraits of freckled people
Mesmerizing photographs of fireflies at the Land of the Rising Sun, Japan, 2016
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Rare Black And White Photos Of Audrey Hepburn
The beauty of Japanese city captured by street photographer
Amazingly real photographs that look manipulated alike
Charming photo shoot of elderly couple captured by Russian photographer
Split view of the Milky Way, a mountainous landscape and the underwater
Ridiculous Motorcycle Posters
The photo collection of smiling animals
Charmingly facial expressions of photographer's dogs
A perfect shot of kingfisher diving straight into the water from 720,000 photos in 6 years
Are these different species of animals sisters and brothers?
This photographer invites himself into his childhood photos