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Beautiful landscape photography
(Source: soniafeliz, via quitecontinental)
Marilyn Monroe smiling in black and white.
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It might look like something went horribly wrong in the images above, but the psychedelic colors and patterns are actually deliberate. Peter Hoffman coated his negatives with a tiny bit of gasoline.
After letting it burn for a few split seconds, Peter quickly extinguishes the flame and prints the image from the newly ‘ruined’ negative.
Negatives Coated in Gasoline Produce Intriguing Photos
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People strolling through a park in Finland during a wet May snowstorm, 1968.
Photograph by George F. Mobley, National Geographic
Landscape photography by Micheal Eastman
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Interested in the life a cute med student and aspiring model? Check out this blog of a friend of mine.
The fireworks are hailing over Little Eden tonight, Thomas Prior
In Situations, French artist Maia Flore photographs a solitary red figure in a misty atmosphere. The images that are half landscape and half portrait are part of a larger series that will blow you away.
Portraits of a Single Figure Facing the World
Monette and Mady are Parisian twins who dress exactly alike and share their everyday lives as models and dancers.
Maja Daniels followed them to make this beautiful photo essay of their relationship.
Parisian Twins Monette & Mady