Black and White Minimalist Photography Award Has Been Chosen, and Here Are Some of the Best Images Submitted

 Black and White Minimalist Photography held a yearly competition where they received over 1,400 entries for consideration. Artists worldwide submit their minimalistic black and white pictures aiming to win the big prize. There’s a panel of three judges. Olivier Robert, a professional photographer and architect, Noell Oszvald, a photographer and visual artist, and Milad Safabakhsh, the Chief Editor of Bnw Minimalism Magazine. They are the ones the select the three prize winners.

This year the one that stole the show was Tim Nevell. He won the first prize of $1,000 for his photo titled Alone.

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“This image was shot with my Mavic2 Pro drone on a winter trip to Iceland, we were travelling to Myvatn in the North of the island and this was a scene about 50 miles from the village, I loved the desolate volcanic landscape covered in snow and the distant endless horizon perspective,” said the photographer.

The competition was opened to photographers worldwide, with the only criteria being the minimum age of 18-years-old. The winner will be featured in the magazine’s upcoming annual photography book, also in an exhibition of the top workd in the 3D virtual gallery Artdaloon.

This competition received a lot of amazing images submitted by talented photographers worldwide. Scroll down below to check out the selection we’ve made for you, and don’t forget to upvote your favorite.

1. Sit down, Free thoughts by Pierre PellegriniSecond Place Winner

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2. Sossusvlei Trees by Hector Izquierdo SelivaThird Place Winner

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3.In Waves by Tomas Tison

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4. Huston We Have No Problem Daniel Franc

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5. Jungle Falls by Tirta Winata

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6. Lead Me Home By Costas Kariolis

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7. Lineae by Roberts Kovacs

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8. Solo by Allen Koppe

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9. Secret Canyon by Blake Enting

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10. Snowboard Track On Norikura By Scott Rinckenberger

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11. Taboo by Fattah Zinouri

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12. The Flying Swam By David Xu

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13. Circles in the Water Michael Bille

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14. Curves by Steve Day

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15. Downstairs by Nicolas Pollet-Villard

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16. Palm Tree by Emilia Kashfian

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17. Skogafoss by David Rosen

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18. Zeeland Bridge by Gee Hurkmans

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19. “The Journey Back Home” by Loh Soo Mui

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20. “The Beginning” by Fritz Weise

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20 Mildly Disturbing Facts People Have Shared In This Viral Thread That You Might Regret Learning

There is so much information available on the internet- some of them are good, while some of them are horrible. Then comes the things that are interesting but mildly disturbing.

If you are wondering what are mildly disturbing things, someone on Reddit already asked the question”What is a fun fact that is mildly disturbing?” and many people shared interesting answers. Scroll below to read some of them

More info: Reddit

#1

Image source: NoThisIs-Patrick

Snow White is 14 years old, and Walt Disney instructed animators to make her look “old enough to marry”.

#2

Image source: nunped, Thirdman

There’s a condition in which people become blind, but deny their blindness. The brain creates false perceptions to fill in for the lack of sight.

It’s called the Anton Syndrome

#3

There are an estimated 35-50 active serial killers in the US. Famous serial killer Edmund Kemper (I think?) said he thinks that number is way higher because it was so easy not to get caught (he turned himself in).

Image source: rosewater___

#4

Bunnies actually have the ability to scream, but they will only scream if they feel they are about to die.

Image source: The-Clever-Idiot

#5

Image source: Mr_Sugar_Rush, Pixabay

Dolphins can and will pick stuff up and move it around using their penises.

#6

Image source: jeg26, Fermin Rodriguez Penelas

The rescue dogs from ground zero on 9/11 developed PTSD and needed therapy afterwards because there were so few survivors and so many dead recovered that they thought they’d screwed everything up and done a bad job.

#7

Image source: GonzagaPrep2021, Ann Buht

If we held a minute of silence for every victim of the holocaust we will be silent for eleven and a half years.

#8

If you contract rabies it can lay dormant in your body for years until one day you get a headache, and by then its already too late and you will slowly go insane and grow an erratic fear of water and Inability to swallow – then you die.

Image source: swagxake

#9

Two out of three people have herpes. So, you probably have herpes. There are tons of herpes viruses. Not all of them cause sores.

Image source: dmomonay

#10

Octopuses have what is called, “decentralized intelligence” which essentially means that their limbs have their own “intelligence”. For example, if a severed human limb touches acid or fire or anything that would cause pain, nothing would happen however if an octopus limb touches acid or fire, it would recoil and avoid it, even though it’s been severed and is no longer attached to the octopus.

Image source: ZFoxyClean

#11

Image source: lilchikinnugget, Pixabay

Moths will vibrate their genitals as a way to prevent bats from locating them.

#12

They couldn’t give the firefighters from Chernobyl morphine, because their veins were literally melting.

Image source: BBRodriguez9

#13

It isn’t your sweat that smells, it comes from bacteria living on your body essentially s******g stuff out after they feast on your secretions

Image source: riecrwz

#14

Image source: anon, wikimedia

A Rat King happens when multiple rats become congealed together in a tangle of tails, dirt, hair and blood.

#15

Image source: UEizo, pexels

The entire Universe outside our galaxy could have completely disappeared over 20,000 years ago and we still wouldn’t know it yet. Our view of the Universe is actually what it looked like anywhere from thousands to Billions of years ago -with no way to see what it actually looks like “right now”. Imagine if you looked out your front window and saw your yard as it was 6 months ago, neighbors house across the street a year ago, and houses a block or two away as they were several years ago. Also off in the distance you see the glaciers from the last ice age. That’s what it’s like looking out at the Universe.

#16

Image source: thewhiterabbit223, picryl

If Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin got stuck on the moon the official policy was to cut communication and let them suffocate in silence, Nixon even had a speech prepared in case this happened.

#17

Image source: Saziol

The phrase “shoot for the moon. If you miss you’ll land amongst the stars.”

The next nearest star is 4.3 light years away. If you miss the moon, you’re absolutely f****d

#18

Image source: Vektorien, moein moradi

When you’re cremated, your teeth explode from the heat.

#19

Image source: YourDailyDevil, Pixabay

Chimpanzees just flat out love to eat monkeys.

They love it so much they’ve feasted on certain breeds to local extinction.

Always found this mildly (moderately) disturbing because of the similarities in the species, like if wolves sought after puppies.

#20

Image source: Freudian-Sips, John Finkelstein

In infants, their adult teeth are behind their eyes.




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