Rescue vehicles, medics, firefighters and their contentsPictolic
Perhaps you may have heard about such a thing as nolling. If not, then we explain: this is a way of organizing space, in which objects are grouped on a flat surface at an angle of 90 degrees or parallel to it, and then photographed from above.
Usually, nolling is used by bloggers who want to show, for example, the contents of their purse, luggage or desktop. Despite the fact that photos of this type have been walking on the web for a relatively long time, nolling continues to gain momentum and is becoming an increasingly popular trend.
So, recently, rescuers from all over the world decided to join him-from ambulance employees to law enforcement agencies. With the help of nolling, they demonstrated their equipment, transport, equipment and, of course, themselves. As a result, the pictures turned out to be quite informative and spectacular, and we have collected the best of them.
Not the most usual angle for rescuers.
This is how, for example, the tools of the Swiss police look like.
These are funny firefighters from the Netherlands.
And these are already Dutch soldiers.
Dutch police officer
Dutch Maritime Rescue Service.
And this bearded policeman serves for the benefit of the citizens of New Zealand.
Here is what one fire truck in Singapore can accommodate.