14 breathtaking pictures of fog that will bring you a mysterious mood 10/24/2016 • Lynda Earls
All of these photos are beautiful but the video is beyond incredible.
Fog always makes me feel like I have to whisper in order to keep it calm and airy. And if I speak too loudly, the light and beautiful fog would turn into something dark and eerie. The Irish believed that fog was one of the bridges between the two worlds - the one of humans and the world of the fey. Today we do not believe in legends anymore but we do adore the beauty of fog - just like ancient people did.
Which picture did you like most? Tell us in the comments below but first, watch this fabulous video that was created as a tribute to the fog of San-Francisco:
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The artist and filmmaker from Belgium Vincent Bal has an Instagram page that is much more fascinating than other traditional pages. The illustrator posts photos, which depict bizarre things resulted from the pen of the author and the shadow of an object. You need to see this!
Thomas Kinkade was a talented artist well-known as the "Painter of Light". He was able to capture the dramatic atmosphere of the most ordinary settings, such as gardens, parks, squares and main streets. This year we got really inspired by some of Kinkade's winter paintings. Today we want to share them with you.
The most creative works of art made of firewood 12/19/2016 • Elena
People are extremely creative. They can create a masterpiece made of something we didn't even think of. Stunning works of art made of firewood are no exception. Just look at them!
Can you imagine what we look like for blind people? One sculptor decided to figure it out and invited some of them and their families. She asked them to describe their loved ones. This video proves that it takes a lot more than sight to see people who spend every day of their lives with you.
Autumn is over in Japan, but there are still many fallen leaves in the streets. It's never too late to give dead leaves a second life and turn them into beautiful works of art called "ochiba art" in Japanese. Get nostalgic about autumn of the outgoing year and enjoy the most creative pictures of fallen leaf art.