The late photographer Ted Spagna devoted his life to photographing humans sleeping in order to investigate the relationship between art and science and to satisfy his own curiosity about sleep behavior. According to his website, “What compelled him the most was his endless curiosity about the unknowable sleeping psyche and the desire to inspire exploration, discovery and learning.” Interestingly, Spagna’s photos helped scientists to observe that we have 90-minute sleep-dream cycles. Through his work, we learned that sleepers become inactive while sleeping.
Dina Goldstein, Canadian photographer, reinterpreted in the form of the plot of each story a happy ending childhood. It gives a realistic perspective on the difficulties faced by women after they are taught that every story has a happy ending.
Great shots of Alicia Savage. The photographer from Boston is most like herself in the scenes in a wonderfully imaginative and creative way. Her beauty can be found in other things than her face, leaving behind a path of curiosity.
Olga Itina captures the freedom of horses in a way that convinces the viewer that she completely understands the freedom feelings. Olga Itina is an amazing photographer and she has captured many animal photos. The horse is an innocent animal and it is popular because of its faithfulness.