Лучшее в квадрате: Instagram за неделю
Сегодня пятница, а значит, мы снова изучили инстаграм-блогосферу и показываем вам лучшие, по мнению редакции Бигпикчи, фотографии этой недели. Как и в прошлый раз, в этой подборке есть снимки наших читателей — некоторые из тех, что были опубликованы на неделе с тегом #ХочуНаБигпикчу.
Если вы считаете, что ваша фотография также достойна того, чтобы попасть в нашу следующую подборку, — ставьте тег #ХочуНаБигпикчу и ждите следующей пятницы!
Space can be full of surprises. On Feb. 9, 2015, NASA released this photo, taken by the Hubble Telescope, of the galaxy cluster SDS J1038+4849, which looks strikingly like a common emoji. The two orange eyes of the grinning face are actually two distant galaxies, and the peculiar smile was caused by an effect known as strong gravitational lensing. Photograph by Hubble/ESA/@nasa. Read more on time.com
The trees of the Siberian #Taiga are more important to the earth’s #climate than the Amazon Rain Forests. Siberia’s wooded territories cover an area as large as all of the Continental United States excluding Alaska. Economic hardships have forced many regions in #Siberia to allow clear cutting by Russian and foreign companies (Japanese, Chinese, American and North Korean). In addition, fires due to population increase and the carelessness of fisherman, hunters, and tourists are destroying large sections of the Taiga Forests. @thephotosociety @natgeo @natgeocreative @theimagereview #climatechange #logging #forestfire #globalwarming #disaster #environment #Russia #landscape #nature
Action packed! @AlexisPike sent this picture over the other day — She writes: This image is part of a project I’m working on titled “Color Me Lucky”. Bryan “Spanky Jr.” Spangler performed this stunt for the finale for the 2014 Evel Knievel Days in Butte, MT. As I positioned myself to photograph, my adrenaline pulsated in anticipation of making an image with an uncertain outcome. This image is not cropped; I was on the edge of the action using a normal lens. As the car launched in the air I could feel bits of debris hitting me and thought to myself “please don’t break the camera or lens, but make the photo”. The moment was exhilarating. Earlier that morning I spoke to Bryan Spangler; he was sincere, showing no signs of ego. I told him I had watched him on the TV show American Daredevils. He said he wasn’t that negative guy they portrayed. We talked about the camera being there as a witness and he replied the camera was also there to show failure; the stuntman knows this. When this image is printed large, you can see people on the other side photographing. We all aimed to capture the dramatic, nothing in between. Check her out ALEXISPIKE.COM PS: I’m always looking — Submit your work for consideration of the @FlakPhoto feed by sending website portfolio URLs via email hello @flakphoto dot com with subject line «FlakPhoto IG» (Thank you!)
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