These photos will surely leave an unfading impression in your mind. Influential is the word for these photographs. Photography is an art of observation. It is a universal language. Moreover, photographs are only a witness of this artful world.
Photographers have an eye to capture the world from a different angle and provide a different perspective to see things. Every event after passing through their camera lens has the power to change the way we look at the world. They capture all emotions and many times reach the dreariest corners, even where the human eye is afraid to set foot in.
Get ready to give a treat to your conscience. Go on, take your cameras out and capture this beautiful world with your eyes.
Can you guess why are these dads so happy?
It's not for their kids! They are happy because they can marry each other now. This thrill on their faces was because Minnesota legalized gay marriage in 2013. To your amazement, around 1600 gay couples got married in the first month of this announcement. Beautiful capture!
Sooo cute! Can't take my eyes off their red cheeks.
You will be shocked when I say that this photo is of the Arctic Circle and these kids are busy playing there. It is captured by Alexander Romanov in Russia. The climate here is very severe and not many people live in this part of the world. FYI, the temperatures in winter can drop to as low as -50°C. Brave kids.
She is from...
Nepal. Yes, this beauty is from the land of Nepal. Her green eyes have captured the attention of the whole world. This landlocked neighbor of India is home for the highest mountain peak of the world, the Mount Everest. Not impossible, but there are bleak chances that people from Nepal or China will have green eyes.
Swing dance. Lindy Hop as the most famous of swing dances. This photo captures the essence of this out-of-box dance style. God save the girl and give enough strengths in the guy's arms.
What are those spikes?
This young chap was thrilled to touch the spikes on the jacket of this Punk rocker during a gay parade in Brussels, in Belgium. When the kid's fathers called him, he bid the rocker a goodbye kiss. Nice capture from the photographer.
Holiiii in India...
This photograph has attempted to capture the culture of India through the festival of Holi and it's celebration. Forgetting differences and overcoming social barriers and boundaries, this festival is celebrated all across India and Nepal, in the month of March. It is celebrated to welcome Spring and in the hope of a good agricultural reap.
Often referred to as 'A photographer of all beautiful things,' has captured this enticing picture. This photo is from Nepal. Bruno started his photography career at the age of 28 only. He generally captures in Nepal, Tuscany and India. This tea reaper will be glad to have been captured so well. Bruno has also worked as a guide in the mountain ranges.
What did I just see?
A kid at the soon to breakout rally in Georgia. Todd Robertson, the photographer of this amazing capture looked for something different and unlike others of his profession took this photo of a child who went up to the African American officer and touches his shield. Superb timing Todd, I must say. He captured this photo just before the kid's mother could snatch him away. Soon to become one of the famous photos in America.
Burst of Joy.
Perfect time of capture of the photographer Slava Veder. He has captured the reunion of Lt. Colonial Robert Stirm with his family after returning from captivity, from the America and Vietnam War, in 1973. This photo has won the Pulitzer Award for showing the raw human emotion. But, it failed to show the separation of Robert and his wife. Thus, the photograph is not as happy as it seems to the world.
Nancy Dinovo, the famous violinist paid tribute to the three thousand people who died in the 9/11 attack on the Twin Towers and the Pentagon. Her wet eyes and from the heart performance made everyone's eyes wet in the Church Cathedral in Vancouver. Photographer Christopher Morris captured this still as America struggles to overcome the horrors of the attack.
Can't take my eyes off her!
This German model's killer looks are a big distraction for all of us. She is Jeneil Williams, who is a fitness freak, always wanted to become a model. She has become famous for her looks and now works with clients like H&M and Vogue. Her boldness since her childhood when she walked into the Pulse Headquarters, won her the break and success.
Yes, you are right. She is from Iraq. Scotty the lucky photographer has managed to capture this rare shot, when a young girl went to meet her out of curiosity. It's bewildering to see a female doing the job of a soldier. The brave is also not wearing the helmet because she wanted to build trust among the villagers. Courageous.
She is soo cute.
A young girl at a festival in the Meiju Jingu Shrine in Tokya, Japan. She is wearing a kimono. The festival celebrates growth of children and prays for a bright future of them.
What is he doing?
Kindness personified. This is a 1952 picture where this sergeant Frankl Praytor feeds a kitten with the medicine dropper and watered down canned milk, during the Korean War. This still is titled as The Marine and The Kitten. *Empathy*