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Painted Ladies by Barbara Cole

Barbara Cole's Painted Ladies series blurs the line between paintings and photographs. Influenced by a painting by Lucien Freud, she began experimenting with an SX-70 Polaroid camera to perfect her technique. She created these photos by playing with studio lighting and manipulating the surface image to add dimension and the painterly quality.

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Average: 4 (1 vote)

By the Sea by Remi Rebillard

Remi Rebillard mixes sexuality and the sea with this provocative series. Each shot incorporates a shot of the sea blended with a provocative, often mysterious, shot of a woman. I can't help but feel there's a deeper meaning behind these shots.

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Average: 4 (1 vote)

National Geographic's Photography Contest 2010

To truly appreciate these photos, you must go visit The Big Picture and see the higher resolution photos with captions. Here are just some of the entries for National Geographic's 2010 Photo Contest or you can check out the winners from previous years.

National Geographic's Photography Contest 2010

National Geographic's Photography Contest 2010

National Geographic's Photography Contest 2010

National Geographic's Photography Contest 2010

National Geographic's Photography Contest 2010

National Geographic's Photography Contest 2010

National Geographic's Photography Contest 2010

National Geographic's Photography Contest 2010

National Geographic's Photography Contest 2010

National Geographic's Photography Contest 2010

National Geographic's Photography Contest 2010

National Geographic's Photography Contest 2010

National Geographic's Photography Contest 2010

National Geographic's Photography Contest 2010

National Geographic's Photography Contest 2010

 

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Average: 5 (2 votes)

La Défense, Cité de Verre by Damien Vassart

Epic. That is the one word I would use to describe this series by Damien Vassart. The combination of the crisp edges of the towering glass buildings with the fluid and organic movement of the clouds is an epic photo combination. The use of black and white creates a stark contrast between the buildings and sky, and also amplifies the amazing reflections in the glass.

La Défense, Cité de Verre by Damien Vassart

La Défense, Cité de Verre by Damien Vassart

La Défense, Cité de Verre by Damien Vassart

La Défense, Cité de Verre by Damien Vassart

La Défense, Cité de Verre by Damien Vassart

La Défense, Cité de Verre by Damien Vassart

La Défense, Cité de Verre by Damien Vassart

La Défense, Cité de Verre by Damien Vassart

La Défense, Cité de Verre by Damien Vassart

La Défense, Cité de Verre by Damien Vassart

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Average: 5 (3 votes)

Ultra Stylized Photos by Zorik Istomin

Zorik Istomin has such incredibly stylized photos, you would think they were illustrations. Once you learn that these are photos, you are almost forced to stare at each one, trying to figure out how he creates such unique stylized photos. His unique style, interesting compositions, and great use of colors make for some awesome photos.

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Average: 4 (2 votes)

Girl in a Tank Top

No idea who this is or who shot this photo, but I dig it.

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Average: 4 (1 vote)

Green Guardians Calendar 2011 by Suresh Natarajan

In honor of the International Year of Forests, Doo Creative teamed up with photographer Suresh Natarajan to create the Green Guardians Calendar 2011 and we can all be glad that they did. These shots perfectly match the beauty of women and mother nature.

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Average: 4 (1 vote)

Asian Beauty Jiang Hailun

Correct me if I'm wrong, but I may have found the most beautiful Asian woman on the planet. All I know is her name is Jiang Hailun and she takes amazing photos. Enjoy!

Average: 3 (2 votes)

Salar de Uyuni Mirror Salt Flat

Salar de Uyuni is the world's largest salt flat located in Altiplano, Bolivia. In the rainy season it is covered with a large layer of salt and it turns into a huge mirror.

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Iconic Photo - Hindenburg Disaster by Murray Becker

If you've ever seen a photo of the Hindenburg Disaster, it was most likely this one by AP photographer Murray Becker. He shot a series of 15 pictures of the May 6, 1937 disaster, from the initial flare-up to to rescue of the survivors.

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Average: 4 (1 vote)