Elena Kalis, underwater photography

Elena Kalis, underwater photography--- I have always had a respect for those who know how to capture quality underwater photos.

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Elena Kalis  Alice in Wonderland-underwater photos.

Elena Kalis Alice in Wonderland-underwater photos.

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underwater - I love this one because of the Unity in this picture. It all works as one, you get the effect of the reflection as well as her in the water.

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Tea time: This piece appears to be inspired by Alice in Wonderland as the model pours tea alongside a white rabbit - by Russian artist and photographer Anka Zhuravleva

Fraction Fish. 3rd grade students used their knowledge of fractions to create an underwater picture using cut paper circles. they were asked to identify different fractions in their pictures, such as 1 whole, 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 1/16, some students even created pieces as small as 1/32!! They had a good time making their pictures while reviewing their Math concepts.

Fraction Fish - Students used their knowledge of fractions to create an underwater picture using cut paper circles. Students were asked to identify different fractions in their pictures, such as 1 whole, some students even created pieces as small as

Montreal-based photographer Benjamin Von Wong, who wowed us with his shockingly creative photos of a man on fire, is no stranger to epic concepts and photo shoots. His most recent adventure may have been one of his most ambitious yet: a large-scale shoot involving two models, seven divers, and an underwater shipwreck off the shores of Bali. The result is a series of breathtaking images depicting ethereal models exploring the sunken ruins of the 50-year-old shipwreck, their hair and gowns ...

Montreal-based photographer Benjamin Von Wong, who wowed us with his shockingly creative photos of a man on fire, is no stranger to epic concepts and photo shoots // love the progressive concept in each picture -- for guardian story

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