X-ray pictures aren’t only used in diagnosing with illness, but also show us the human intimacy in an unusual form of artistic expression. Two Japanese art students, Ayako Kanda and Mayuka Hayashi, used CT scan and x-ray machine to shoot X-Ray images of 4 couples embracing each other, which brought us a new experience of looking into human interaction in a little chilling way, impressive, anyway.
Unusual X-Ray images of couples embracing each other
Graceful underwater photographs by Maltese marine photographer Kurt Arriago
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Genetic portraits of relatives and family members
Miniature photography behind the scenes
The photographer quit her job to pursue her passion of travelling the world (28 Pics)
Amazingly real photographs that look manipulated alike
Tintype portraits of Hollywood celebrities by vintage camera at the Sundance Film Festival 2015
Creative camera tricks from Barcelona-based photographer Jordi Puig(40+pics)
Stunning ice crystals pictures of tossing hot water at -40°C
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Small world around us - Beautiful miniature world of frogs in macro photography
Crazy photographers for a perfect photo
Stunning beautiful 25 meters underwater photographs by Benjamin Von Wong in Bali
We Are Nature - Artist photographs herself naked with some stunning trees around the world
New selfies concept by Finnish photographer Iiu Susiraja
Impressive wedding photos taken on a 350 feet cliff
Split view of the Milky Way, a mountainous landscape and the underwater
Photographer used $40 miniature toy car instead to photograph Audi's $160,000 sports car