24-year-old South Sudanese model Nyakim Gatwech, which teaches people not to be afraid of the dark. With his deeply pigmented skin and purposeful determination, it breaks down the barriers of traditional beauty and encourages others to do the same.
Every year in the world there are numerous beauty contests, both national and international scale, and the winners are the best and most interesting, according to the jury. The choice of the jury members, however, are often disputed by many who believe that among the contestants were more worthy female candidates the title of “the most beautiful woman.” And we suggest you evaluate the winners of various competitions of beauty, looking at their photos taken on the podium and in everyday life.
Miss Universe 2014
British photographer Paul Edmundson moved to Norway at the age of 16 years, fell in love with the beauty of the picturesque north of the country. His love is embodied in the beautiful pictures that we offer you to look at.
These girls definitely lucky to be born in the families of celebrities, but let’s be honest – with the appearance they would not have gone without famous parents. In some cases the similarity of the face, in other – not really, but in any case, these 10 beauties are the pride of their star moms and dads.
One of the most interesting things about beauty standards is the fact that they’re different all over the world. And that’s exactly the contradiction explored in the project Perceptions of Perfection, saw female designers from 18 different countries photoshop the below image of a woman. The idea came from the work of the photographer Esther Honig , who performed a similar experiment. Online Doctor, the organization that sponsored the project, said he concluded that the perception of beauty is totally culturally.
Dutch photographer Maurice Mikkers reveals the crazy beauty of tears. A relatively simple and fun process, first you capture the tear with a micropipet. After you have the tear you dispense it on too a microscopic slide by making several small (2–4 mm) drops. After this step it takes some time to crystallize and settle. After the tear drop(s) are crystallized it’s possible to take images and start comparing, as. Every tear is unique! In monochrome imprinting and satisfactory growth, the result shows us clearly that the tears coming out of our eyes are not essentially the same in any case!
1. Tears intense emotion
Body modification includes anything from piercings and tattoos all the way to surgical augmentations such as implants and injections. Photographer Roger Kisby recently captured some of the many women who proudly sport their bold and downright stunning body modifications.
Kisby just happened to be walking in Las Vegas on June 7 when he stumbled upon the Association of Professional Piercers Conference and Exposition. Though Kisby told The Huffington Post he himself doesn’t have any tattoos or piercings, he said he was drawn to the opportunity to highlight the beauty in everyone’s differences.
Breastfeeding has become a controversial topic in recent years, with debates over where mothers should be able to breastfeed and whether Facebook should allow images of women breastfeeding to appear in newsfeeds. And now Ivens, a Lithuanian-born photographer and breastfeeding advocate, has shot a number of stunning images which depict breastfeeding in its most beautiful and raw form. The ethereal images feature a number of women from all over America nursing their children in fairy tale settings, including lakes, forests and lavender fields.