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30 photographs that will blow your mind



Capturing a moment in a snapshot is a real art, you have to be ready with your camera at the right moment and right place. Photographers who can achieve those shots are usually professionals who always keep their camera with them, constantly look for something to take a picture of and have the ability to snap a picture very quickly. Following you’ll find a collection of great shots that will blow your mind.

1. Alien


By Alexander Zubrickij

2. Poltergeist


By Pol Tergejst

3. Inquisitiveness


By Konstantin Smirnov

4. Longtail


By Alexander Semeonov

5. Tradition


By Mitchell Kanashkevich

6. Winter


By Carsten Witte

7. Back to the drops


By Drippy2009

8. London Eye


By Pip

9. Voices


By Serg DF

10. Fun


By Philip Le Masurier

11. Trees


By Kim Høltermand

12. Underwater dance

By Mark Mawson

13. Tunnel vision



By aravis121

14. Nature


By Meriol Lehmann

15. Bridge study

By Joel Tjintjelaar

16. I’ll make ya famous

By Tom Ryaboi

17. Cinque Terre

By Miran Kocjancic

18. Louvre

By Marc Peter

19. Streetview

By Marc Peter

20. Ice 2

By Marc Peter

21. Untitled

By Alessandro Giraldi

22. White Pocket

By Gleb Tarro

23. Evening Desert

By Jeffry Surianto

24. Telling Story

By Jeffry Surianto

25. Paradise

By Natalie Lu

26. Awakening

By Janez Tolar

27. Mesmerized by Beauty

By Amir Ghasemi

28. Nepal. October. Dawn

By Dmitry Shatrov

29. Bee

By Tomas Rak

30. A moment…

By David Fiscaleanu

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Mirko Humbert

Mirko Humbert, is a freelance graphic and web designer who blogs at Designer Daily and Typography Daily.

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