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.
Top 10 Of The 2016 National Geographic Traveler Photographs Competition
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Expressive portraits of dogs presenting their playful personalities
Adorable pup always falls asleep in same position as his look-alike plush polar bear
Cool underwater photography
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Beautiful Slavic-themed portraits by Russian art studio Yakovlev & Aleeva
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Aerial pictures of melting ice sheet in Greenland reflect global warming
Watching firework in an unusual way unlike any long exposure firework photos
Crazy photos shot from the edges of skyscrapers in Europe
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Sad and lonely dogs when they're locked in cars