wilma koers:

splash of color / the art of photography / film development / little girl "painting" flowers

http://simplycasual.tumblr.com/post/90558287160

I really love macro photography and how it can put things into different perspectives or show more details that are usually overseen or ignored. I like the idea of movement that shows more details than what would originally meet the eye.

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Dandelion off center photo, capturing the beauty of a weed closeup. I really enjoy how the dandelion takes over the photo.

spiegel für die gesichtslosen?

Playing with mirrors…

assopra que dá sorte ;)

It is things that are as beautiful as this that remind me that God loves beauty. God created beautifully, no accident could do this. That is one of the many reasons that I know there is a God.

mirror

Art of the Day: Joan Jonas Mirror Piece I, 1969 Chromogenic print 101 x cm Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York Purchased with funds contributed by the Photography Committee © 2010 Joan Jonas

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In this image, the blur of people moving around in the crowd makes it look interesting, but it is also focusing on particular people who are standing, walking, moving in what looks like a busy area. A slow shutter speed is used in this image.

Austin?!?!? LOL! Great picture!

Photography inspiration

Trying to fill in someone else's shoes is futile. The person will at best be a shadow of the one who shoes they are trying to fill. It is best to have new shoes (their own) rather than live in the shadow of another

Photo manipulations by Thomas Barbey

Funny pictures about Before there was a Photoshop. Oh, and cool pics about Before there was a Photoshop. Also, Before there was a Photoshop.

Going by the name paperboyo, Instagrammer Rich McCor has developed a unique style of photography that uses paper cutouts to interact with European landmarks

British photographer uses paper cutouts to cheekily transform European landmarks

Creative Thinking and Century Learning: Rich McCor has developed a unique style of photography that uses paper cutouts to interact with European landmarks

#serendipity / looking beyond what you see / may open your eyes // #haiku #zen #koan: https://twitter.com/connecto/status/437303653603741696

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I love how the photo makes you question if the photo is reflection, shadow, or both with the use of the person and the shoes in the puddle.

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