a visual prowl

"In hard times beauty can seem frivolous—but take it away and all you’re left with is hard times."

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(Source: mftb)

bornbythesea:

sheisglorious:

Seneca by Damon Loble (by Damon Loble)


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bornbythesea:

sheisglorious:

Seneca by Damon Loble (by Damon Loble)

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0ce4n-g0d:

Lost World by Mark Gvazdinskas

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0ce4n-g0d:

Lost World by 

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flowerling:

Turquoise by Bloui on Flickr.

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flowerling:

Turquoise by Bloui on Flickr.
earthandanimals:


Talk to the Paw by Holly Kuchera

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earthandanimals:

Talk to the Paw by 

70sscifiart:

Tim Hildebrandt

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70sscifiart:

Tim Hildebrandt

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drumondart:

The Godfather is my favorite movie ever. And I take my hat off to Master Brando! Ink and brush on paper.

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drumondart:

The Godfather is my favorite movie ever.
And I take my hat off to Master Brando!

Ink and brush on paper.

elenamorelli:

{ gentle sea }

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elenamorelli:

{ gentle sea }

ponderation:

Ascendancy by Taylor Franta 
A flat tire on a mountain road, a gnarly sunburn, lost sunglasses, and a bad case of altitude sickness later I at least have this to show for it. What I like most about this picture is that fact that is shows action over a large period of time. I kept my camera stable for about 2 hours and shot the crawler coming up the road, a car driving down the road in the valley, the faint flashlight of a hiker off on the right, and a campfire up from the road in the valley. All of these were ultimately unplanned but I was fortunate enough that they all happened close enough together on this evening to shoot them. Finally, the moon was just out of frame and initially I hated the flare coming into the frame and tried my best to minimize it but in the end I think it adds its own unique effect to the image. It was one of those nights where despite the hardships everything ended up alright.

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ponderation:

Ascendancy by Taylor Franta

A flat tire on a mountain road, a gnarly sunburn, lost sunglasses, and a bad case of altitude sickness later I at least have this to show for it. 

What I like most about this picture is that fact that is shows action over a large period of time. I kept my camera stable for about 2 hours and shot the crawler coming up the road, a car driving down the road in the valley, the faint flashlight of a hiker off on the right, and a campfire up from the road in the valley. All of these were ultimately unplanned but I was fortunate enough that they all happened close enough together on this evening to shoot them. Finally, the moon was just out of frame and initially I hated the flare coming into the frame and tried my best to minimize it but in the end I think it adds its own unique effect to the image. It was one of those nights where despite the hardships everything ended up alright.