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Slow Down. We’re Moving Too Fast.

Video: Photographer’s patience brings city to life in epic time-lapse. That’s all it takes to create an almost five-minute spectacular timelapse video of Singapore’s growing urban landscapes. The Lion City II – Majulah was created by Singapore-based Australian photographer Keith Loutit, which he says tested his patience. Video: Photographer’s patience brings city to life in epic timelapse – Newshub

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“Trapped Inside A Jelly Fish”

Having a difficult day? Well – Just remember, it could always be worst. How would you like to be this guy? Huh???

‘Let me outta here!’ – amazing picture of a fish trapped inside a jellyfish. This unlucky fish came unstuck when it was ‘swallowed up’ by a roaming jellyfish in waters off Byron Bay, Australia. The shot was captured by ocean photographer Tim Samuel, who says the fish was still alive and fighting to escape. ‘Let me outta here!’ – amazing picture of a fish trapped inside a jellyfish – The Guardian

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Antarctica Through An i(ce)Phone

The fascinating and pristine surrounds of Antarctica are a sight to behold and capturing it is no easy feat. Yet it’s something that John Bozinov, 25, has mastered by photographing his way through polar regions — using his iPhone as a camera, when it becomes too much of a hassle to pull out a full-sized camera.

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“It’s much easier to be in the moment and focus on your subject when your gear isn’t so complicated,” Bozinov told Mashable Australia.

Born and raised in Wellington, New Zealand, Bozinov said he was a latecomer to photography, only starting to play with cameras at the age of 19. Photographs shot with an iPhone in Antarctica are super chill

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Like A Fine Wine…

Like a fine wine, age creates a bouquet of human flavor. A life lived gets richer in spirit as time rolls on. This photographer does a great job capturing the depth of beauty that lies on the inside and out of these older women. A true testament that God did not design us to wilt over time.

Photographer captures wisdom and ageing beauty of rural women – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

In a town of roughly 400 people in central Queensland, one woman has set out to expose the natural beauty and wisdom of older women. Rensina van den Heuvel said she believes all women are beautiful, whether 18 or 108.  read more at abc.net.au

Photo Credit: Laurie Anne King

Don’t Make Waves. Photograph Them!

What were you doing when you were 25 years old? Well, I was making waves and not really observing them. However, when I got a chance to go to the ocean’s edge, I can remember the crashing sounds yielded by each wave’s immense force. Yet, I was missing the visual brilliance each wave displays as it’s individual fingerprint on the world. The shape; the spectrum of color; the reflections and diffraction of light. When we absorb photographs of these ocean phenomena, we can see the power that resides in God’s pinky finger. How awesome are waves…

Photographer Shoots the Beauty and Beast Natures of Ocean Waves

“Chris Dixon is a 25-year-old photographer based in Sydney, Australia. When he’s not photographing weddings, he’s often standing in shallow ocean water and shooting fine art photos of waves breaking on the coastline. When waves break onto the near-dry reef, he tries to capture their beauty and form through close-up compositions.” read more at petapixel.com