Lara Zankoul a photographer who lives and works in Lebanon. This series of photographs is trying to show the duality of the world we live in, how things look as opposed to what are in reality. What is under the water represents what the eye can see, while the part above the water represents things as they see them. Most photos always take an interesting stories shown through photography, so lets us see some samples of this kind of art.
For making photo-session was used huge container of water, and the photographer took two days to complete. She describes the experience as real and fun challenge. Look at the pictures and enjoy!
Beautiful moments of life immortalized in beautiful photos
Is there a man who wants to have immortalized all happy moments they have experienced? These happy moments are what allows us a long time to feel satisfied with life. Beautiful sentiments and moments to be immortalized as photographs in the future will help you travel through time and retrieve all the amenities that you have experienced. The following photos are full of happiness, happy moments, love, smiles, positive feelings and everything beautiful in life.
Spectacular double rainbow photographed around the world
For many photographers, making photography a double rainbow is truly a rare and unexpected gift. Not only should you be in the right place at the right time, but also you need to have your camera at hand, lest you miss the rainbow.
In the double rainbow, two parallel arc entities of colorful light appear in the sky simultaneously. The second vault, which is located above the first, has a reverse color scheme. This means that instead deployed red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet color, the second arc of purple colors begin and continue with indigo colored, blue, green, yellow, orange and red.
According to the U.S. National Center for Atmospheric Research, this natural phenomenon occurs when the beam of light that enters the raindrop will reflect the second time in the drop before it came out. Then, we see the second rainbow. The upper bow is fainter than the first because more light is lost through two reflections than one, and because the rainbow itself is spread over the greater sky area.
Even rarer phenomenon is when two rainbows are separated from a common point. In this case, the colors of the second rainbow are arranged in reverse order, but both have the same layout rainbows of colors.
See some other photos of beautiful double rainbows, caught at various locations around the world.