"I was born to find goblins in their caves / And chase moonlight / To see shadows and seek hidden rivers / To hear the rain fall on dry leaves / And chat a bit with death across foggy nights/ I was born to watch owls in dark forests/ And hear coyotes cry/ To feel trees tremble and the grass sleep/ To taste cold air and smell the damp earth/ And watch ghostly shapes disappear across foggy nights. J.Kavanaugh

What i like about this photo is that it looks like the liquify tool has been used to distort the image. the black and white colour scheme also makes it more scary and dark

Artist: Horyon Lee {contemporary figurative female torso dress double exposure woman painting}

Korean artist Lee ho Ryon Lee's series "Overlapping Images" incorporates a double exposure technique typically used in photography. The remarkable thing about this body of work is that the images are, in fact, oil paintings.

by craig schlewitz, via Flickr

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