As we close to the top of 2022, we’re reflecting on the tons of of articles revealed on Colossal this 12 months. Today, we’re having a look on the pictures and collection readers liked most. These 12 articles seize a breadth of subject material throughout continents, from uncanny doppelgängers and self-portraits in disguise to dramatic winter waves and historic bushes.
Set towards a backdrop of dried grass, rusted tanks, and particles, a photograph collection by Dmitry Kokh facilities on a small group of polar bears that took over an deserted meteorological station.
In I’m Not a Look-Alike, Montréal-based photographer François Brunelle brings collectively two unrelated individuals who resemble one another a lot that they may very well be twins.
Sriram Murali captured a uncommon gathering of billions of those bugs on the Anamalai Tiger Reserve in western Tamil Nadu, India.
Photographer Joshua Nowicki captured dozens ice-laden pillars, created by highly effective winds eroding frozen sand and carving dozens of towering shapes haphazardly positioned alongside the shore.
Housing the largest aircraft and missile facility across the globe, the Davis-Monthan Air Force Base in Tucson is a trove of aviation historical past, and photographer Bernhard Lang visited the location to doc the plane from above.
When fall and winter storms ship turbulent waves throughout Lake Erie, Canadian photographer Trevor Pottelberg paperwork the risky eruptions that burst from the water’s floor.
From chunky hair beads and rollers to sink strainers and brake pedals, Nairobi-based photographer Thandiwe Muriu finds modern use for strange objects.
Bay Area photographer Beth Moon has been documenting baobabs since 2006, capturing the magnificent bushes all through Madagascar, Senegal, and South Africa.
Photographer and conservationist Dhritiman Mukherjee visited the National Chambal Sanctuary southeast of New Dehli the place he captured placing pictures of a father swimming by way of the murky river with greater than 100 younger clinging to his again.
In the face of this ecological catastrophe, the younger folks of Kinshasa started to repurpose waste into conventional non secular costumes, which artist Stéphan Gladieu paperwork within the Homo Détritus collection.
The exceptional ambiance of Dartmoor’s forests are captured by Devon-based photographer Neil Burnell, who focuses on the paranormal, otherworldly environments by way of all 4 seasons.
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