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barretoart:

Photography Series of Profiles of people with a night landscape on them.

Astronomy Picture of the Day March 29, 2013 - Ringside with Rhea
explore-blog:

Stunning behind-the-scenes photos of Picasso painting with light. Also see this mesmerizing footage of Picasso painting on glass with a camera rolling on the other side.

explore-blog:

Stunning behind-the-scenes photos of Picasso painting with light. Also see this mesmerizing footage of Picasso painting on glass with a camera rolling on the other side.


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sky blue sky
lovely conjunction
kateoplis:

Pittsburgh, 1907

kateoplis:

Pittsburgh, 1907


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firsttimeuser:

Man Lights Cigarette in Daylight - Black Tuesday, 1939
kateoplis:

April 5, 1940

kateoplis:

April 5, 1940


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whitehotel:

Robert Frank, London (1952)

whitehotel:

Robert Frank, London (1952)


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mrdiv:

another_world

mrdiv:

another_world


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Kurt Crying by Ian Tilton
(a 12x16 will run you £260.00)

Kurt Crying by Ian Tilton

(a 12x16 will run you £260.00)

Great time lapse imagery

TimeScapes: Rapture 4K on Vimeo (Tom Lowe) http://vimeo.com/42785517#

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"the [photos] were taken240 miles up in space by combining multiple 30-second exposure photos, and then stacking them together with imaging software. The resulting “star trail” images, as he calls them, essentially show the paths made by stars and earth lights over 10 to 15 minutes.


All images below were taken by Don Pettit from NASA.”
- An Astronaut’s Incredible Photos of “Star Trails”

"the [photos] were taken240 miles up in space by combining multiple 30-second exposure photos, and then stacking them together with imaging software. The resulting “star trail” images, as he calls them, essentially show the paths made by stars and earth lights over 10 to 15 minutes.

All images below were taken by Don Pettit from NASA.”

- An Astronaut’s Incredible Photos of “Star Trails”

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