Enjoy taking photographs that tell the stories of animals, lands, and environments? You may consider entering the National Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year Contest, which is accepting entries until November 17, 2017. The magazine has just released some of its spectacular early entries, and as usual, the competition will be fierce. Photographers are encouraged to submit their best work across four categories—wildlife, landscapes, aerials, and underwater.
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The largest photography contest in the world, the EyeEm Photography Awards, has just announced the winners of its 2017 edition.
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A post shared by Swatch & Art (@swatchandart) on May 15, 2017 at 12:39am PDT There's something oddly satisfying about watching paint slowly drip down a canvas. It's unexplainable, yet mesmerizing, to view the viscous pigment crawl its way to the flood, puddling in a colorful mess. English artist Ian Davenport plays with these concepts in his series Poured Lines and Puddle Painting.
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