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All images via City of Westbrook Earlier this week a peculiar phenomenon was discovered in a section of the Presumpscot River in Westbrook, Maine. In the chilly winter waters a gigantic disk of ice had formed with a diameter just short of the river’s width. The floating patch was recently captured by the city in an aerial video. In the footage a nearby parking garage seems dwarfed by the mammoth proportions

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Thu Tran, United States. Bridal Party Top Scoring Image. Wedding photographers have the honor (and the challenge) of capturing what will be the most important day of many couple’s lives. For the second year, the best wedding photographers from around the world have been celebrated for their craft thanks to the International Wedding Photographer of the Year Awards. Artistic wedding imagery poured in, with photographers submitting their work to 11 different

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Operating for nearly three decades, Photo L.A. is the longest running international photographic art fair on the West Coast. A collaborative platform that links dealers and collectors with a gamut of galleries from around the globe, it cultivates connections between industry elite and up-and-coming talent alike, bringing the best of the photography world. Returning to Los Angeles for its 27th edition this January, Photo L.A. 2019 will be hosted in the historic Barker Hangarfor the first time. In

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Thomas Medicus (previously) is a master of illusion. The Austria-based artist builds boxes from segments of laser-cut acrylic glass which present a different image depending on which angle you view the rotating sculpture. In his most recent work, Head Instructor, concept follows form. The piece presents several viewpoints of an androgynous human’s head, showcasing the hidden thoughts and viewpoints that might occupy one’s mind. “In Head Instructor I tried to show that when you

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