Powerful steel engines blowing huge, undulating clouds of smoke into the air emerge from the fog in these strikingly beautiful images by engineer and self-taught photographer Matthew Malkiewicz.

Powerful Train Engines Chug Through Beautiful Landscapes

Steam locomotive railroad train tracks smoke headlight, Cumberland, West Virginia, by Matthew Malkiewicz on Fivehundredpx

Ankoli cattle

Dinka tribe by Carol Beckwith & Angela Fisher Dinka Boy with Long Horned Bull, South Sudan Dinka Man Imitating Horns, South Sudan Dinka Boy with Namesake Ox, South Sudan Dinka Child Climbing Among.

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♂ Dream Imagination Surrealism Surreal Photography by Joel Robinson man in red step to sky

"Stepping up" - Joel Robinson is a photographer from in Cranbrook, BC, Canada. Living in a valley in Rocky Mountains, he always has good ideal to create wonderful photographic works using his unique photo manipulation technique

'Smoke Art #1 – Layers of Silk' (2010) by artist Ben Torode. via the artist on flickr

First attempt with smoke from an incense stick, colors inverted. Here is the original image prior to cropping and inverting.

Reflection, this is freaky but funny idea.

woman-holding-mirror-on-grass-reflection. self-portrait of photographer Laura Williams, an artist from Cambridge, UK. The mirror illusion was achieved in post-production using Photoshop with the idea of being ‘invisible’ or ‘transparent’.

Probably shouldn't have laughed quite so much at this.... Reminds me of the concept of 'The noble savage' whereby modern societies may actually be leaving us feeling more deprived than if we'd lived more primitive lives. If you're unaware of what you lack you can never be unhappy at its absence.

I guess these models don't sell products quite as well.

Check out this satirical advertising campaign for the Charity Cordaid. The items are not for sale. The purpose of the advert is to highlight the difference between how consumers in the Western World look at material products. Oh the shame of it.

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