Unseen Truths (by Nicholas Scarpinato)
- “All my competitors’ websites have their menus in the same place. Try to make my menu diagonal, starting from the top left of...”
“Starting at Kalapana, Hawaii I walked for two hours right to the place on the coast where active lava flows were touching the ocean.
I was overwhelmed about the scene: Hot air touched my face as I stood at the edge of the cliff, steam drifted away by the strong wind, thunders in my ears as the waves crushed on the melted stones and water fought with fire.
I stood and watched the lava flows started to glow as it became darker. I wanted to express what happened there. All four elements – water, fire, air and earth came together at that point to show how they’re playing the game. — Jennifer Vahlbruch
Two of the greatest.
John Coltrane with Miles Davis, Columbia Recording Studios, New York,1958
Ryan Gosling by Estevan Oriol
By: Tony Vouis of Amulet Tattoos, St Pete FL
Today, Ron is feeling optimistic.
OH HE GETS SHY AT THE END
DON’T WORRY POLAR BEAR I REALLY LIKE YOUR DANCE DON’T WORRY
YOU CAN KEEP GOING IF YOU WANT I THINK IT’S REALLY CUTE
DON’T BE SELF CONSCIOUS YOU JUST DANCE ALL DAY SWEETHEART
Seaside Heights, Post Sandy by Stephen Wilkes
“As I flew over the area, the ocean appeared dead calm; there were no waves, the water looked as if I was in the Caribbean, not the Atlantic,” says photographer Stephen Wilkes of the November 4 helicopter ride during which he captured this eerie vision of Seaside Heights, NJ. The area was devastated by Superstorm Sandy. The Star Jet roller coaster at Casino Pier—normally a symbol of fun and frivolity—sits in the Atlantic Ocean.
This photograph is part of our Art for Sandy Relief project released in collaboration with TIME’s photo editors. All net proceeds of these editions support six local charities.