Reflection Photography  apply it to film by having someone step into the puddle and then blur the image

Reflection Photography apply it to film by having someone step into the puddle and then blur the image. I love taking puddle pictures!

Amazing! Could you have the same effect at a smaller scale.. Small planted bridge, small waterfeature, face underneath painted in light gold.. Pyrus capital going through the bridge..need to try that!

Reflection: I liked this photo because the light coming though the tunnel reflected on the water. Because the tunnel is a semi-circle, the tunnel and it's reflection created a circular shape, which I found very interesting.

Cody William Smith, A Moment’s Reflection, shows the varying landscapes in the world, through use of mirrors, and their main thing in common is how all land is shaped by the elements.

Collage idea - Cody William Smith, A Moment’s Reflection, shows the varying landscapes in the world, through use of mirrors, and their main thing in common is how all land is shaped by the elements.

vintage black and white photography. reflection sunglasses woman

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Stunning High Speed Photography

The stunning art of freezing time: 20 excellent examples of high speed photography

Oli (because like hell I'm gonna post an image of me today):: i take the pills and die because I'm a useless piece of shit that everyone hates

Approvisionnement en #médicaments des #pharmacies

I will now take my medications to improve myself in many other ways than just the effects of the medication. Concept - medication can't fix all things - "what happens if the cut, the burn, the break was never in my brain or in my blood but in my soul?

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The multiple faces with different emotions all suggest mental disorders such as multiple personalities, bipolar of schizophrenia. This works well with my theme of humans, emotions and mental issues

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A Christian in the world is like a boat in the water. It is OK if the boat is in the water. But if the water is in the boat, you're in trouble.

Cynthia Erivo as Celie in the Color Purple. Photo taken by Norman Jean Roy for New York Magazine (March 2016)

womenofbroadway: “ “Cynthia Erivo, the English daughter of Nigerian immigrants, was a total unknown here until she opened as Celie in John Doyle’s stripped-down revival of The Color Purple. She gives the kind of performance — suffering, awakening,.

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I became a full-functioning suburban pill popping housewife and mom who kept up appearances.

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