Ripped photos by Jacob a.k.a. Mailbomb

Ripped photos by Jacob a. Mailbomb Maybe an idea for the mental illnesses and feelings project : have the rip from cut marks and underneath write words like irk mean ones?

B and W person pic, w coloured nature pic or city scape pic, use rain, night shot, match emotional stance of person w scene

Photography inspiration

Beautiful portrait with great rendering of nature B and W person pic, w coloured nature pic or city scape pic, use rain, night shot, match emotional stance of person w scene

Why not let the Son shine on through? "Hide not your talents, they for use were made. What's a sundial in the shade?" ― Benjamin Franklin

What an beautiful picture. This photo is so pretty. There is just one failure in this whole picture. The one failure is that leaves are not transparent so you would not be able to see through the leaf.

Using maps to create illustrations of portraits! This is inventive and different? It would be good to show within a piece of work that's a portrait of someone who loves to travel.

funny-maps-portrait-painting-faces-texturess maybe im a fangirl but this reminds me of Gaea in the heroes of Olympus series

Great example of Macro photography. Water & wing wow wadda shot...say that fast 3 x'

This is macro photography, I think this is really good because you get the simple shapes of the butterfly wing and it is really relates to the circle of life because catapilerss grow in to be butterflies.

You don't have to gain freedom, you just have to lose bondage. - Mooji

woman-taken-by-the-wind: moonlightrainbow: iamnot-thereforeithink: sweetpeapath: aunatural Remains of the summer Poppy seed head. by practicalowl (via iyoupapa)

Bing Wright's photographs of sunsets in broken mirrors are utterly captivating.

Bing Wright

Stunning series by New York-based photographer Bing Wright. The series, entitled "Broken Mirror/Evening Sky", features the colorful reflections of sunsets on shattered mirrors. More photography via Colossal

Physalis / Cape Gooseberry | WendyMerle via flickr

I have these plants for Mike and Yuting's garden: Seed pod from Chinese lanterns. As the beautiful orange lantern decays it leaves a weblike cocoon which finally releases the seed at the right time. Evidence of design.

Dandelion off center photo, capturing the beauty of a weed closeup. I really enjoy how the dandelion takes over the photo.

How I wish you could see the potential. The potential of you & me. It's like a book elegantly bound, but in a language you can't read just yet.

I feel every word etched into my skin. As if you are writing on my mind, body and soul. I am enthralled with the sensual story you spin and it makes me ache to my core.