Crazy Amazing Art 34Uhg.. I have the flu... I feel like I'm dieing!!! Thank goodness there is amazing art to keep me going!! lol Hope you enjoy some of my recent favorites!
Necklaces by Lunarieen UK by LUNARIEEN
Indian beautiful butterfly by KlaraDrielleRosettes by onehungrypotter
Frustration by Roy-Ba
micro monkey by shade-plAutumnal Fairytale by Nelleke
.....0..... by lomatic
Beetle Sagra laticollis by FauxHeadAnd there it was by JustACapharnaumThe Whole Universe Surrenders by MikkoLagerstedt
Broken Bow Bomb by FramedByNature
Crazy Amazing Art 33We have had a break in the stupid cold weather, so I decided to go through and tidy up some flower beds. Remove leaves, weeds ect. and to my shock, most of my Daylilies have new growth, my daffodils, crocus & tulips have sprouted, and my stargazer lilies have popped up to!! I think they are jumping the gun. While I am eager as the next person for spring, this is way to early! It still get below freezing at night.
Anyway, sit back, relax and enjoy some of my recent faves!!
Hope you enjoy!
Forest 8 by LillianEvillIcy Days by FlorentCourty
Teeny Tiny by SheilaBrinson
Crazy Amazing Art 32Its officially 2014.. opps 2015!! I hate having to remember a new year Altthough I am very excited to see what this wonderful new year has in store for me and the art community!!
Here are some of my recent favorites!!
A metallic touch by gigi50Forest with red carpet by XeniaChowaniec
Alien by KariLiimatainen
TAESIRTH - silver and amethyst by LUNARIEENPine by beads-poetHappy New Year by Vitaly-Sokol
M1599 - Symmetry. by Lothringen
Eternal by FlabnBone
Best of December Submissions Group FAQ Current Contest Our Gallery Polls
Welcome to CloseUp-Photography!
Welcome to the "Best of" Issue for December where we feature the best submissions of the month! I wish everyone a Happy New Year and ope you had a wonderful Holiday!! Hope you enjoy!!
Best of November + December Submissions Group Rules Current Contest Our Gallery
Welcome to Magnify-Life's Best of August!!
Hello lovely members!! And Welcome to our fourth feature!! This month we are showing off the best submissions of November & December!! Sorry this is a bit late, I've been a horrible procrastinator. Please enjoy some of the amazing macro works submitted by you our members!!
I hope everyone had a lovely Holiday!!
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Happy New Year!!!
Can you believe it?? A whole another year has gone by! Where has the time gone
Crazy Amazing Art 31Time to show of the none stop amazing art that make its way to my inbox. DeviantArt has such a vast amount of talented members!! Love it!
Stormy Grey by Deb-e-annTouch of Green by relhomStacheltropfen by feigenfrucht
Fantasia by tvurk
droplet by Mars-HillAutumn River by MarcoHeisler
Djimara by Trashins
Glowing Red Fall by MarcoHeisler-Frost Princess- by GrotesqueDarling13
Mame Flocked wire bonsai tree forest Ken To by KenToArtEmpusa pennata by DavidVeeversCopper root-over-rock wire bonsai tree by Ken To by KenToArt
Crazy Amazing Art 30Happy Holidays!!
Time for another feature showing some of my recent favorites!! Hope you enjoy!!
Eye of Horizon by Super-Her0Can't keep it out by gigi50
Flare by CapturingTheNight
Dark Forests by INVIV0Where the Glow Goes by PeterJCoskun
Wild by KariLiimatainen
Deep Allure by SweediesArtCloch Point Lighthouse by FunkyBah
Before The Storm by CapturingTheNight
reindeer by markotapioStanding on a rock by freMDartetDeer in Autumn Forest by thrumyeye
Morning Dew. by Annarigby
The Lonely Whale's Cry for Love
The Lonely Whale’s Cry for Love
52 Hertz Whale:
Is Anyone Out There?
Each year he makes his migration south from the Aleutian Islands to a breeding area in the Pacific Ocean parallel to Central California, looking for a mate. Unlike other blue and fin whales, his more than 6000 miles a year round-trip swim is a solitary one. He does not travel along with the blues or the fins, because he is neither. He is most probably either a hybrid blu
Robots, Aliens, and Outcasts:Neil Blomkamp's World
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Alien 5 Melting
Was 1979 the most glorious year in world history?
I will give you three compelling arguments for why the answer is yes. For starters, it inspired the best pop–rock song about coming of age ever recorded: The Smashing Pumpkins’s 1979. Second, it is the year that gave us two groundbreaking developments in sci–fi filmmaking: Ridley Scott’s genre
Strength and Discipline
When “strength” is the topic, do you think of physical or machine power—or of will power and determination to achieve the goals of your cause?
Relative to size, no human being has ever been as powerful as a common ant. And one person’s life ambition is often another person’s conception of total madness. Context and perspective is everything — as you’ll find illustrated by perusing the following gallery of ima
Cosplay Friday: Legend of Korra
COSPLAY FRIDAY: You Gotta
Deal With It!
Fire Ferrets 3 Korra Mako and Bolin
The Legend of Korra
Fans sadly bid adieu to the The Legend of Korra series as its run on Nickelodeon came to a close this past December. A sequel to the popular Avatar: The Last Airbender, the series takes place 70 years after Avatar and follows 17 year old Korra as she tries to master the last element needed to become a full Avatar.
Leonard Nimoy: Millennial Renaissance Man
Millennial Renaissance Man ACTOR, DIRECTOR, POET, PHOTOGRAPHER LEONARD NIMOY PASSES INTO ETERNITY
SPOCK by Henry Fong
In a business of massive ego and terrible behavior directed at slicing and dicing their competition, Leonard Nimoy was known as a total gentleman, a class act all the way and a consummate professional at every turn.
For several generations around the globe he will be forever “Mr. Spock,” the half-human, half-Vulcan first office
'The Invisible Empire' by Juha Arvid Helminen
Finnish photographer Juha Arvid Helminen conveys a message on the misuse of power in politics and religion in his dark, faceless portrait series, "The Invisible Empire."
"In 2006 I witnessed the so called Smash ASEM demonstration in front of the Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma in Helsinki. I personally experienced the dark side of the Finnish police, with young men hiding behind their uniforms and hoods, anonymously committing misconduct. Later I also witnessed the reluctance of the justice system to punish those in uniform.
Uniforms create unity and through them we can for example tell apart a soldier from a civilian. The dark side is the seeming justification to violence and the possibility to disappear in the masses when we do something truly evil.
We wear clothes dictated by religion, political thoughts and tradition to communicate and represent authority but also as a sign of belonging and our ide
Video Game Review: Skyrim
ONLY IN DREAMS: Skyrim Stands Apart as a Modern Masterpiece in Gaming
Bethesda Studios announced that this year, for the first time ever, they’d be hosting their own press conference at E3
This news made waves in the gaming community with everyone anticipating one singular purpose for the conference: to announce the release of Fallout 4, the sequel to one of the studio’s most successful franchises. If you’re familiar with Bethesda, then you
Valentine's Day Art Exchange 2015 Wrap-UpValentine's Day Art Exchange 2015 Wrap-Up!
February often signals the spark of new or lasting love, and this February was no different, marking the fourth annual Valentine’s Day Art Exchange! This year’s event was a grand success, with over 23,000 deviants sending over 130,000 valentines!
Not to be outdone by last year’s event, almost 10,000 artists created and submitted Valentine-themed deviations to the 2015 Valentine Exchange category, a nearly 50% increase from the number of artists who took part in 2014! We also saw deviants spread the love even more than in previous years, as over 65,000 deviants received a valentine.
We’re always happy to see positivity and good feelings withi
Blood On The Easel: Da Vinci VS Michelangelo
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Michelangelo and Leonardo Da Vinci couldn’t stand each other
You might think that the two artists, who both lived in Florence in the late fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries, could’ve learned from one another, shared secrets, or otherwise bonded over their mutual passion. Instead, each thought of the other as inferior. An anonymous Florentine author, known
Winter Trees Feature
Cemetery Tree by Okavanga Tunnel Of Ice by MarcoHeisler
Simply Serene by BetuwefotograafWinter wonderland by pqphotographyWinterwonderland in Holland by BetuwefotograafShapes in the Snow by Photopathica:thumb348817332:The coming of Spring by DeingeL:thumb348982940::thumb348969144::thumb349141795::thumb349531974:Holland ~winter~ by LarsVanDeGoorWintertime in front of my house by Rajmund67Misty Watercolor Memories by wanderingmageWinter wonderland by wrebbleview I. by togdurienMulberry Winter by EarthHartSnowy Pine Path by SnapShot120Cold Winter Time by MoohoodlesSnow Spout II by MK-NIJust Before New Years by MoohoodlesThe Karkonosze iv by Rajmund67Island by MK-NIRocky winter by Rajmund67Winter light by PawelMatysWinter by lpetrusaWinterland by Mararda:thumb348654827:Montvalent under the snow by annewipfWinter Came by ainessaLove story by adypetrisorDas singende klingende Baeumchen by SchwarzWieEbenholZWhite forest by MirachRavaia