Photography Tutorial: Crafts by ~CubicPanda
wgt 2012 a by ~Alex-Blyg
(via Danil Golovkin Photographer)

archiemcphee:

Paradise Parking is a new series of work (and soon to be book by the same title) by American-born, Paris-based photographer Peter Lippmann. The photos capture abandoned cars in a state of complete decay as each is gradually consumed by [the awesome power of] nature. The works will soon be on display in Brussels courtesy Gallery Sophie Maree.

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photojojo:

Dennis Calvert is a light painting wizard.

Wanna be a wizard, too? Here are a couple of our guides to light painting:

Light Paint with Moth Trails

Glow Doodles

Paint Your Photos with Sparklers

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sailorjunkers:

David Vance
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petitpoulailler:

dazzlingagony: The Initiation Well photography by isolano 
In the town of Sintra, the Quinta da Regaleira, an extremely beautiful architectural complex, includes an early twentieth century palace and a garden. Specialists consider that the estate reveals and symbolises Masonic rituals, although no-one knows whether the original owner of the estate, António Carvalho Monteiro, actually practised Masonic rituals on the site, or simply desired to perpetuate the imaginary universe of this secret cult.
The garden includes labyrinthine galleries and subterranean grottoes, which can be accessed from this dry well, 60 metres deep, 9 stairwells each with 15 steps.

petitpoulailler:

dazzlingagony: The Initiation Well photography by isolano 

In the town of Sintra, the Quinta da Regaleira, an extremely beautiful architectural complex, includes an early twentieth century palace and a garden. Specialists consider that the estate reveals and symbolises Masonic rituals, although no-one knows whether the original owner of the estate, António Carvalho Monteiro, actually practised Masonic rituals on the site, or simply desired to perpetuate the imaginary universe of this secret cult.

The garden includes labyrinthine galleries and subterranean grottoes, which can be accessed from this dry well, 60 metres deep, 9 stairwells each with 15 steps.

(via dressesandyarn)