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Little Nemos: Underwater Babies by Seth Casteel

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Keira Spry, 11 Months

Keira Spry, 11 Months

 

Here is another unique photography project by Seth Casteel. This time he is capturing of underwater babies for The New York Times. Project is called ‘Little Nemos,’. In article Times explains that the images are of more than just an usual swim lesson. These photos are showing a self-rescue technique that babies can learn in order to save themselves from drowning. As soon as they are under water, they hold their breath underwater, kick their feet, turn over to float on their backs and rest until help arrives. Like a miracle.

About Seth Casteel – Seth Casteel is an award-winning photographer and the New York Times Best Selling Author of Underwater Dogs, the best selling photography book of 2012. His forthcoming book, Underwater Puppies, will be published September 16, 2014.

Check out 10 Most Adorable Photos of Underwater Babies by Seth Casteel. To see the rest of photos, just visitNYtimes article.

All images @ Seth Casteel for NYTimes

Easton Portnoy, 9 Months

Easton Portnoy, 9 Months

 

Finn Callahan, 12 Months

Finn Callahan, 12 Months

 

Grace Allen, 16 Months

Grace Allen, 16 Months

 

Harper Morris, 14 Months

Harper Morris, 14 Months

 

Janell Henry, 8 Months

Janell Henry, 8 Months

 

Katelyn Francoforte, 12 Months

Katelyn Francoforte, 12 Months

 

Sawyer Beattie, 13 Months

Sawyer Beattie, 13 Months

 

Troy Rothwell, 8 Months

Troy Rothwell, 8 Months

 

Zoe Ubiera, 5 Months

Zoe Ubiera, 5 Months

 

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1 de Novembro de 2014 at 10:38

Synchrony

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31 de Outubro de 2014 at 20:33

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Pela Linha Silenciosa

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O fotógrafo francês Pierre Folk passou vários anos a aprender, explorar e capturar o “Railway Inner Ring” e seus 32 km de pista em Paris abandonada desde 1934. Uma série de incrível beleza chamada ” Pela Linha Silenciosa “, que gosta de capturar esses lugares não necessariamente conhecidas por todos os parisienses.

 

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30 de Outubro de 2014 at 12:39

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Creative Face Painting

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Creative Face Painting (Author Unknown)

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30 de Outubro de 2014 at 12:26

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Good night

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28 de Outubro de 2014 at 19:28

Photojournalism Daily: Oct. 28, 2014

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Today’s daily Photojournalism Links collection highlights the work of photographer An-My Lê’s in the new book on the American military, Events Ashore. The carefully composed, unexpectedly beautiful large format pictures, made in more than twenty countries over a decade, capture the U.S. armed forces in non-combat activities, from training exercises to humanitarian and scientific missions. The entire body of work explores the role of the military beyond war.  


An-My Lê: Events Ashore (The New Yorker Photo Booth)

Marlene Awaad: In Calais, Resentment and Fear Amid Influx of Migrants (The New York Times) Compelling photographs on the plight of migrants in the northern France town.

Adam Dean: Uighur Pop Star Ablajan (Time.com) Photographs of an unlikely pop star in China’s restive Xinjiang.

Eyewitness to Hell: Life in Ebola-Ravaged Liberia (Mashable) Photographer Kieran Kesner writes about his assignment covering the Ebola outbreak in Liberia.

Moises Saman: Content Moderation (Wired) Picturing Filipino workers moderating American social networking sites

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28 de Outubro de 2014 at 08:29

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Foto(s) do dia

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Morning Java

Photograph by Achmad Sumawijaya

Photographer Achmad Sumawijaya waited three hours to capture this picture of Mount Bromo (in foreground) and Mount Semeru (in background) on a misty morning in East Java, Indonesia. Some Indonesians believe that the volcanoes are portals to a subterranean world.

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25 de Outubro de 2014 at 21:12

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