When it comes to stunning and surreal landscapes, look no further than Southern China's rice fields, showcased in these stunning photos by French photographer Thierry Bornier. Over the course of two years the photographer who specialises in photographing Chinese landscapes has been documenting these amazing rice fields which appear more like abstract paintings than actual photographs.
Artist Jason Freeny reveals the insides of our favourite childhood toys and cartoon characters with amazing anatomical accuracy. Toys such as My Little Pony and cartoon characters such as Sully from Monsters, Inc. all get the cut in half treatment revealing their complex inner workings, all based around their outside form.
Jason studied Industrial Design and has work on props for TV shows and awards for MTV. During that time he also got the chance to work with toys, something that sparked his interest in them and later led to this series which initially started with a CGI rendered anatomy of a balloon dog. All of the works you see below are modelled with clay.

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These photos taken by local photographer Joseph Michael capture what is arguably one of the most magical and otherworldly spectacles on earth, New Zealand's glow worm caves. These photos taken on New Zealand's North Island capture caves that are home to tiny bioluminescent lava known as arachnocampa luminosa. The tiny lava give off a light blue glow in order to find a mate, which makes for some truly amazing photos.
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It might sound like a completely 'out there' idea, but development of a wearable drone camera has begun and it looks as awesome as it sounds. The drone which can be worn around the wrist will be capable of taking off whilst you are wearing it, flying away, taking an epic selfie and then flying back again.
The Nixie is currently a finalist in Intel's competition that is encouraging the development of new wearable technology which is where the future seems to be heading. The Nixie is still in development so it's still a little rough around the edges, but we can see that the potential is huge.
We can already see a huge divide in opinion over this device, but for those addicted to selfies and people that love taking pictures we can see this being a real hit. Lets hope it becomes available to buy soon.

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