Too cute! A beautiful portrait of a trash bandit (raccoon) framed by purple flowers.
Another spectacular image found on reddit. It's not clear to me who took the image, but redditor ihaveadarksoul seems to post the photographer a lot. Source: Reddit - One of the greatest photos I've ever seen.
Just because...I thought it was a beautiful image. Found it while browsing Minds.com on a post about the 2017 French Presidential election.
I just love this image. The symbolism..the peace...the harmony. Life...growth...deep roots. It speaks to me somehow. However, when I Googled the image, the results pointed to "hippie commune."
It took me a second to orient myself to what was going on in this photo by National Geographic photographer Michael Nichols. The image captures five cave explorers repelling into Fantastic Pit in Georgia's Ellison's Cave, a 586 feet (179 meter) descent. The Fantastic...
I'm totally adoring this tiger cub image by photographer Harry Schindler. Found it on Facebook, speaking of which, here's Harry Schindler's Facebook page. This image is actually a cropped portion of a larger tiger cub photo. Great work Harry!
According political cartoonist Mike Luckovich, here are the pre-existing conditions of the U.S. Ryan: Heartless — McConnell: Soulless — Trump: Mindless Source: 05/03 Mike Luckovich: Very sick. | Mike Luckovich
I laughed so hard when I saw this t-shirt. My job is TOP SECRET Even I don't know what I'm doing
I didn't know "Professional Birth Photographer" was a thing. But that didn't stop the International Association of Professional Birth Photographers (IAPBP) from presenting some incredible photos from their 2017 contest winners. The winning photographs highlight...
Below are just a few of the spectacular images taken over the course of only a month in the notorious Tornado Alley, U.S.A. To see more Tornado Alley photos, view the album from WJLA. Source: GALLERY: Extreme weather in Tornado Alley | WJLA
Holy moonshot, Batman! Imagine you're a professional photogapher and this happens to you: I recently had the amazing opportunity to work with some very interesting historical media. A retired NASA engineer friend contacted me having found a box of photographic films...