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10 Creative Images That Document the Life of a LEGO Photographer - TechEBlog

Photographer Andrew Whyte has found a new way to incorporate LEGOs into the world in his series, The Legographer. The whimsical collection features a little LEGO figure placed into all kinds of fun and unexpected settings

´Lunar´, ´Japan´, ´Alfred´s Day Off´ by Samsofy Samlal. Photography. Available for sale. Surrealistic. These witty and playful works will add some colour to your living room.

´Lunar´, ´Japan´, ´Alfred´s Day Off´ by Samsofy Samlal. These witty and playful works will add some colour to your living room.

Wedding Sparklers | Atlanta Wedding at Summerour Studio by Paperlily Photography April 04 ...

Sparklers create a grand exit -- the next best thing to fireworks! Make it easy for guests by providing buckets of sparklers. Line walkway with lit votive candles so guests can easily light their sparklers.

When Marcel Christ combined the mediums of pastel chalks and photography, it resulted in true work of arts.  The artist describes playing with the chalk as an experiment that he responded to with still photographs.  These images are full of life and have an explosive like quality to them that have captured our eye and our love for all things colorful.

When Marcel Christ combined the mediums of pastel chalks and photography, it resulted in true work of arts. The artist describes playing with the chalk as an experiment that he responded to with still photographs. These images are full of life and have

...LA FOTOGRACIA DE LOS OJOS DE CERCA RESULTA SER MARAVILLOSA ASÍ COMO LA PERFECCIÓN CREADA POR DIOS... ❤️  MIGUEL ÁNGEL GARCÍA

The eyes have it: The iris pictured in remarkable detail by incredible close-up shots

"Your Beautiful Eyes" by Armenian photographer Suren Manvelyan is a macro photography series of human eyes. The photos are such extreme close-ups that the eyes take on an almost otherworldly quality.

1960s, manchester. I remember these swings . ES - life without frills. How I imagine the slums to have been.

Who needs a Playstation? Pictures of an age when happiness was a stick of chalk and a pair of mum's big shoes...

Push and shove: Children play on a makeshift swing PICTURES by Shirley Baker, taken from the Mary Evans Picture Library Manchester

I like this picture of movement because the subject is still focused and the water adds complexity to the picture

This picture was taken with an incredibly fast shutter speed so that it could quickly capture the flying water droplets. The reflection adds so much more of an interesting view to this picture; because it's as if you're seeing it double.

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