The German photographer Ivonne Thein shows her new work in Berlin: She photographed "normal weight" models and photoshopped them down to looking like as if they'd weigh 32 kilos. Thein originally wanted to shoot the photos with the "leaders" of the German pro-ana movement she was in touch with during the preparation for her project, but all of the young women finally refused to get physically involved.
“Deep-sea mussels living on the “shore” of the Brine Pool. These mussels use methane as their primary source of food, but also filter small particles from the water. The red worms in the bottom left corner are a newly described species of polychaete. The large fish in the middle of the picture is a deep-sea eel. Such fishes commonly visit the Brine Pool, where there is more abundant food than elsewhere on the deep-sea floor.” NOAA