Monday, 9 December 2019

Monuments in Selfie mode

Taganrog the beautiful old city, the birthplace of Photographer Anton Chekhov and Faina Ranevskaya. Photographer Anton Bakaryuk present the monuments of his native Taganrog in very different way - Just think, these sculptures were taken their own selfie with  selfie stick - as if they were making self-portraits, which they would later post on social networks. Lets see the monuments in selfie mode.

Monument to the characters of Chekhov's story "Kashtanka".

21 Gorgeous Photos Finalists of AGORA Awards 2019 Photo Contest

It's been nearly 9 months since the photographers from around the world submitted photos to participate in the AGORA Awards 2019. And this year the success was the rendezvous since nearly 130 000 photographs were deposited among which were retained only 50 finalist photos. These photos take us from one end of the world to the other , from the Sahara Desert to the beauty of Vietnam, from the finesse of an ant to the agility of a lizard and again in many situations in which we do not. have never thought. In this article you will discover 21 breathtaking photos among the 50 finalists. And who knows, in there is perhaps the winner of this year who will have the chance to leave with the tidy sum of 25 000 dollars.  The answer on November 6th!

1. Best friends (Andi Halil)
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Saturday, 7 December 2019

Drone around the world by J.P. and Mike Andrews | Aerial Photography

Two brothers from Britain J.P. and Mike Andrews travel with a drone and, describing their approach to aerial photography.

Say's “it’s important not to determine the object in the frame, but to show how mysterious and wonderful the world from above can seem”.

Two brothers from Britain J.P. and Mike Andrews travel with a drone and, describing their approach to aerial photography.

Thursday, 5 December 2019

10 Man-Made Black Holes on Earth

The astronauts, who first saw the Earth from space, enthusiastically respond to the unique colors and patterns that dotted the planet. Green valleys, flower plantations, golden deserts, mountain ranges, as well as deep canyons. For millions of years nature has created and changed landscapes that people in all corners of the world admire.

But for some time now man began to interfere in this creative process. Sometimes well-designed projects by scientists give life to drylands, and agricultural activity develops in just a few years. But also without stopping there is an extraction of ores and precious metals, as a result of which many "unplanned" holes have formed on earth.  We suggest you take a small virtual trip to these places —10 Man-Made Black Holes on Earth

01. Ekati Diamond Mine
10 Man-Made Black Holes on Earth

Wednesday, 4 December 2019

Art with Ballpoint Pen by Andrey Poletaev

The modern "independent" direction of Ballpoint Pen Art "the art of drawing with a ballpoint pen" has truly blown up the Internet and since then it has flourished and developed, claiming to be a worthy rival among other young varieties of fine art. 

Andrey Poletaev is one of the pioneers and visionaries of this direction. His love of street life and its image quickly became a trendsetter in the field of hand-drawn urban landscapes. Unrivaled technical excellence and attention to detail clearly distinguish it from the general mass of artists of a popular direction.

Art with Ballpoint Pen by Andrey Poletaev

Russian artist makes unique woolen toys

Unique Russian artist Julia Julia Derevshchikova from Khabarovsk, who creates woolen little animals with her own hands, just like they escaped from Disney cartoons. 

She has been doing this since 2015. During this time, she made more than a hundred toys and does not plan to stop.

Unique Russian artist Julia Derevshchikova from Khabarovsk, who creates woolen little animals with her own hands, just like they escaped from Disney cartoons.

 

Tuesday, 3 December 2019

Tashkent Metro | The underground Museum

The Tashkent metro was opened in 1977 and became the first in Central Asia. Now the metro includes three lines, but in the coming years two more completely above-ground lines are opened. However, the most interesting is hidden below. Thanks to its rich interiors, the Tashkent metro is often called an underground museum.

The Tashkent metro was opened in 1977 and became the first in Central Asia. Now the metro includes three lines, but in the coming years two more completely above-ground lines are opened. However, the most interesting is hidden below. Thanks to its rich interiors, the Tashkent metro is often called an underground museum.

Monuments in Selfie mode

Taganrog the beautiful old city, the birthplace of Photographer Anton Chekhov and Faina Ranevskaya. Photographer Anton Bakaryuk present th...