A word of warning: This series of portraits by South African photographer Anelia Loubser will have you peering at your screen from strange angles.
Anelia’s project, Alienation, is a collection of upside down black-and-white portraits that transform the human face into new, bizarre forms.
via Cat in Water
(The Red Line Project: Lake)
Spencer Tunick Photography (nudity)
American photographer Spencer Tunick takes very conceptual nude bodies photos in nature, in majestic places such as museums or theaters and in cities. Lined up, piled up or beautifully arranged, he pays a tribute to bodies and harmony.
Standing on the Edge
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Bats illuminated by lightning
The infamous “mirror scene” from Jean Cocteau’s Orphée (1950).