Photographer captures ocean rescue in real time
A photographer captures giant flocks of birds at the perfect moment so they look like mesmerizing, moving sculptures
Business Insider › Lifestyle › 15 hours ago
Catalan photographer Xavi Bou captures images of huge flocks of birds. He has turned the images into a project called Ornitographies. The well-timed photos make the birds look like sculptures — and are absolutely mesmerizing. The photographer says he...
Think Ocean: Ocean Conservation Trust campaign launched to get more people thinking about key role ocean plays to our survival
Evening Standard › 1 week ago
Global conservation charity, the Ocean Conservation Trust, has launched a campaign to get people thinking about the ocean.
Forbes › Finance › 1 month ago
It's time for the world's ocean philanthropies to get off the sidelines and join the fight against ocean plastic.
The New York Times › 3 weeks ago
The humanitarian rescue ship Ocean Viking remains at sea with 104 migrants a week after rescuing them off Libya despite an EU plan to speed up the process of taking them in.
ABC News › 3 weeks ago
The humanitarian rescue ship Ocean Viking remains at sea with 104 migrants a week after rescuing them off Libya despite an EU plan to speed up the process of taking them in
CNN › Lifestyle › 1 week ago
Photographer Dieter Leistner has spent 40 years taking photos of people waiting at train stations, bus stops and street corners. In that time, he's witnessed huge social change.
CNN › Traveling › 2 months ago
Photographer Michael Marston was capturing images of planes with incredible backgrounds in the sky when he noticed this rainbow effect.
CNN › Lifestyle › 2 months ago
Photographer Finbarr Fallon visited nearly every cemetery in Hong Kong, a city where space comes at a premium -- even for the dead.
CNN › 1 month ago
There's a story behind every badge, and one photographer is working to tell those stories through the lens.
New York Post › 1 month ago
Talk about squirrelly situations! Swedish wildlife photographer Geer Weggen has spent six years buddying up to bushy-eared red squirrels around his mountain home in order to catch them in cute photo sessions. And the prop-filled results are precious...