There are times when someone reminds you how beautiful the world can be. This is one of those times. Indonesian based photographer Pink Sword's jaw-dropping photos are simple yet elegant. Most of his silhouettes are snapshots of everyday events taking place in front of the setting sun, reminding us of the beautiful moments in life.
The text that accompanied this image on Jeremy Fall's Tumblr:
I close my eyes and breathe as the world starts crumbling behind me. Every step I take brings me closer to the end, every thought I make kills my fix of ammunition and every time I think of looking back, it tears the gauze apart. What do I do if the world’s destruction becomes my own? Where do I go if the tripwire does detonate? I look straight, straight into my self-created Eden. A garden far away where I can only pray that the distance is temporary. I stop to think. It’s my turn. Is this all just a game or am I truly walking barefoot on a pile glass holding a ticking bomb that’s ready to ignite?
Alan Sailer creates these explosive photos in his garage by shooting a pellet rifle at objects and capturing the results with a home built flash. He shoots everything from food to toys to Christmas ornaments. If you want to see more of these, check out his Flickr page. He has hundreds more!
One of the best parts about the Holidays are the amazing Christmas trees and light displays. Even if you don't celebrate Christmas, it is hard not to feel festive. Here are some examples of great tree and light decorations from around the world.
This is a pretty neat series by Daniel Brokstad. On a trip to Barcelona, Daniel noticed the stark contrasts of the city. On one hand, Barclona is a touristy spot with nice buildings and locations, but there is also darker world behind the scenes of the city. This series splits each scene in half and exaggerates each side to show the stark contrasts.