First shots of climbers

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At the auction were exhibited unique copies of photos taken for the book “Rock Climbing in North Wales” (1906) and “Rock Climbing in the Sky” (1908). Extraordinary images were first made in the world of mountaineering photographers.

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Dinner etiquette

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Scott Newett is an advertising photographer, best known for his liquids and beverage work throughout Australasia, and he has used his tricks of the trade to develop a unique style of photography.Dinner Etiquette series by Australian duo, photographer Scott Newett and art director & prop stylist Sonia Rentsch. They were able to give life and personality to kitchenware, making them appear as costumes.

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Car lover with a sense of humor

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Spray can in a few days turn your chariot into a work of art, and you can ride a unique car.This car lover has a strange sense of humor,but it is still very interesting. You can immediately see that the guy loves kids!

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Picture of bacteria by Zachary Copfer

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Zachary Copfer – former microbiologist, who became an artist recently. He uses bacteria such as E. coli, to create his artwork. This unique technique is called “bacteriography”.

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The city built into the rocks

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Setenil de las Bodegas is a small town in the province of Cádiz, Spain. Named after its once flourishing wineries – bodegas – Setenil de las Bodegas (which means Setenil of the Wine Cellars) is unique among the pueblos blancos, white villages, of Andalucia and particularly famous for its dwellings built into the rock overhangs. The town extends along the course of the Rio Trejo with some houses being built into the rock walls of the gorge itself, created by enlarging natural caves or overhangs and adding an external wall.

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