Pushing the Limits. Just wanted to do something different this time. Technique: cross processing with a little color bleaching — fully inspired by analog film. It took quite some time to get this lofi sun bleached look, but it worked out nicely (i think). Note: this is not a collage. Real photo, real jump. These guys jumped about 10 meters down into the water. Pow!
Indians feed birds from a boat on the River of Yamuna as it is enveloped by winter morning fog in New Delhi, India, Friday, Jan. 20, 2012. (AP Photo/Kevin Frayer) (via Daily Life Around the GlobePlog Photo Blog)
New Delhi — An Indian man sucks on a hose to pull water as a crowd gathers around a government tanker delivering drinking water because of short supply in running water taps. Many areas of the Indian capital are facing acute water shortage, a repeated annual phenomenon during summer when taps go dry as demand rises.
Researchers from the University of Miami, Florida have completed the first satellite-tagging study to find out how ecotourism impacts on tiger sharks. Debate rages in the conservation community over whether companies offering shark dives could be harming populations. (via BBC Nature - In pictures: Satellite tagging tiger sharks)