Time Slice is an ongoing series of photographs by Richard Silver that explores how iconic buildings and monuments change in appearance over the course of a day. Silver shoots some 36 photos at intervals over several hours and then layers them into a final composition.
While on a recent trip to Iceland, photographer Sarah Martinet had the opportunity to shoot these amazing landscapes from a plane with open windows. You can see much more of her work (as well as more from this trip) on 500px and Facebook.
These pictures are just surreal. It is like somebody painted these landscapes from up above.
Photographer Rose-Lynn Fisher was surprised to discover that some of the tears actually looked like aerial shots. All the water, proteins, minerals, hormones, antibodies and enzymes in the tear mimicked the rivers and fields and buildings you see while flying several thousand feet in the air.