These awesome photos by German photographer Christopher Hassler, shot in a tunnel using a fisheye lens, have such a convincing tweaked perspective that they might just test the mettle of acrophobic viewers.
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’.
There are tree roots coming out of the house, which is unusual because there's a house above the roots, not a tree. The house with the roots are the center of interest. The lines of the roots catches my attention and leads up to the house.
Oleg Oprisco — photography - Ukraine based photographer Oleg Oprisco takes uniquely beautiful and surrealistic pictures of fairy and dreamy women. Oleg uses Kiev and Kiev 88 cameras with medium-format film and a variety of lenses.
If you don't stand for something, you'll fall for anything! What's the most important thing to you? Now think of ways to stand up for it. I'm also pinning this for a drawing reference for a floating or falling pose
Hauntingly Surreal Photography // Christopher McKenney - I like this image because it has an inception styled feel to it. It also has a feel of supernatural occurrences in it. The repeating inception styled mirror is a very nice effect to the image
Tick tock goes the clock And what now shall we play ? Tick tock goes the clock Now summer’s gone away ? Tick tock goes the clock And what then shall we see ? Tick tock until the day That thou shalt marry me