Canary Wharf, London

The dramatic entrance to Canary Wharf station on the London Underground.

Lancia Stratos

Lancia Stratos, possibly the best looking rally car ever made.

Hasselblad H5D-60 Medium Format | The H5D-60 features the largest sensor of the Hasselblad range – almost twice the size of a 35mm full-frame DSLR. This huge capture area boasts unsurpassed levels of image quality and a wide dynamic range and with its 60 megapixel CCD sensor, the H5D-60 is the perfect choice for landscape, architectural and fine art photographers; those unwilling to settle for anything but the best.... oO !!!

Hasselblad Medium Format - if anyone who likes my photographs has a spare then buying me this would improve them!

1969 Lamborghini Miura S

celinerydge: carversed: 1969 Lamborghini Miura S inlove

20 Dream-Like Photo Manipulations by Caras Ionut | Bored Panda

20 Dream-Like Photo Manipulations by Caras Ionut

The lazy tourist Timsss by Caras Ionut on

Ceramic Onyx Set of Knives... Sleekest knives ever!

Ceramic Onyx Knife Set By Christian Bird

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Creative Photographic Design on Child Photography - Today in our showcase we have added the beautiful creative ideas of Caras Lonut based on lasi Romania and

marius vieth street photography

Urban Photography by Marius Vieth – Fubiz Media

step back in time | by Rob-Shanghai

step back in time | by Rob-Shanghai

street photography marius vieth

3 Highly Effective Methods To Do Street Photography Ninja Style

Ionut Caras - Αναζήτηση Google

Bizarre images created by Romanian photoshop artist Caras Ionut - Water World

Ionut Caras - Αναζήτηση Google

Bizarre images created by Romanian photoshop artist Caras Ionut - Water World

Anestis &Michael | by eleni vraka (e_vra)

Anestis &Michael | by eleni vraka (e_vra)

Eric Kim - Google+

Eric Kim is an international street photography teacher.

Lexicon of Materials : SGL Group – The Carbon Company

Lexicon of Materials : SGL Group – The Carbon Company

Acheson Process - Springer

Silicon carbide (SiC) is not uncommonly referred to as ‘carborundum’. This vernacular term commemorates a word coined by Edward G. Acheson in 1892 to describe crystals that he made in an experiment wh

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