Vitor Schietti, a Brazilian photographer who specializes in fireworks and long-exposure photography created photo series titled Impermanent Sculptures, in which light seems to flow down from branches and stems of trees. The photographer made these beautiful light paintings by using long exposure photography and a bit of post-processing.
Miraculous and extremely risky honey hunting on Himalayan cliffs in central Nepal
Aesthetic underwater photography
A 1400-year-old ginkgo tree in China
Gorgeous landscape of Norway
Winners of the Astronomy Photographer of the Year Awards 2014 competition showing the spectacular be...
Superheroes and villains during World War Two
Amazing Photos Of The National Beard And Mustache Championship
When the faces of dogs onto the bodies of their owners
Vanishing Act - Amazing animal camouflage photos by 61-year-old artist
Wonderful wave photos
Stunning photos of the Shanghai skyline by crane operator
Fascinating macro photographs of snails' world
Architectural photographer spent 2 years to shoot incredible pictures of planes at 18 airports aroun...
Stunning close-up photo shoot of spiders by Nicky Bay in Singapore
Contrast between professional photographers and ordinary people