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Impressive B/W Cloud Photography by Marinus Wieten

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Marinus Wieten, a Dutch photographer, is a strong advocate of black and white photography. As over the years color photography has become the norm, he argues that shooting in black and white is still a great way to capture drama, atmosphere and detail. If you’re still unsure whether to give black and white photography a try, perhaps Marinus’ photos of clouds can convince you.

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Iconic Photos of Muhammad Ali by Al Satterwhite

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Back in the 1970s, photographer Al Satterwhite got to spend a lot of time with Muhammad Ali, who was preparing for his upcoming fights. Muhammad Ali had been suspended from boxing—because he refused to be drafted into the Army—and these would be his first fights in four years. Al’s great photos show Ali as the iconic boxer we all know, but also in more self-reflective moments.

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Gorgeous Icelandic Landscapes by Kristján Unnar Kristjánsson

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Kristján Unnar Kristjánsson is a self-proclaimed photography gearhead. ‘I’m not a photographer,’ he says. ‘I’m a broadcast graphics designer and tech geek. I spend more time googling lenses and talking about cameras than I do taking pictures.’ Nevertheless, he has taken some amazing landscape photos of Iceland.

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Quiet Decay in Iceland – B/W Photography by Björn Valdimarsson

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Björn Valdimarsson lives in Siglufjörður, a remote fishing town on the northern coast of Iceland. In his series ‘Quiet Decay’, he photographs aging man-made objects in the northern Icelandic landscapes. The pictures are an original way to capture Iceland and create a poetic contrast between the decaying structure and the eternal beauty of the Icelandic landscapes.

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