Explore Surrealism Photography and more!

Shades of autumn by Alshain4

" My name is Leszek Bujnowski. My biggest passion is photography.Often uses the technique of digital manipulation. I'm fascina

****Aneta Ivanova- Her works a lot of time use birds and a face. I have always loved things merging and becoming something else, and I love that it's birds and a face. She merges them so flawlessly that it makes you really look at the image and break it apart to see what steps she took and how she did it. It's a truly amazing image and I love that you can see the detail of the bird all the way through, even on the lips.

These Emotion-filled Double Exposure Photography Are Just Stunningly Beautiful

Bulgaria-based photographer Aneta Ivanova creates surreal and poetic images with double exposure photographic technique. Aneta Ivanova perfectly does that

I'm thinking about making some more pin-boards for making it easier to find the stuff you need. Like, I make one board for characters, one for animals etc.. What do you guys think about that idea?

Fantasy Magical Fairytale Surreal Enchanting Mystical Myths Legends Stories Dreams Adventures Dryad of Night by Leo Ch.

Father

~30 Most Beautiful Abandoned Places In The World~

The 33 most beautiful abandoned places in the world: Christ of the Abyss at San Fruttuoso, Liguria. I think there is a similar statue off the coast of Key Largo, FL.

Finnish photographer Arno Rafael Minkkinen uses his body as a raw element that accentuates the untouched beauty found in nature and, at times, camouflages into the scenery.

Arno Rafael Minkkinen was born in He grew up and studied in the United States. Arno Rafael Minkkinen made black and white photograph.

Herzog  de Meuron  "Bird’s Nest" / National Stadium  (The Main Stadium for the 2008 Olympic Games) /   Beijing, China /Competition 2002, realization 2004-2008

Inside Herzog & de Meuron Bird's Nest

STRUCTURE- Herzog de Meuron "Bird’s Nest" / National Stadium (The Main Stadium for the 2008 Olympic Games) / Beijing, China /Competition realization

Seventy percent of Earth’s land animals and plants live in forests, and many cannot survive the deforestation that destroys their homes.

Art and photography such as this can have a big impact on society. Photographs like these allow people to realize the kind of destruction of our environment is happening. This picture is also an example of a clear cut deforestation technique where all tre

"The unclean Spirit entered..." Joey Watkins Photography: Scary Photography: Montgomery, Alabama

When u cry silently with tears dropping from ur eyez and rollin down ur cheeks.but there is dead silence in room.

Pinterest
Search