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Sarajevo - reflections on pavements.great black and white photograph. I love the idea that you can add another level of detail and narrative through photographing the pavements of a city.

Rest as needed. @Mattress Warehouse #sleepwell

where else would you sleep? that must have been a really long ride ! whimsical, sweet and very cute sleeping child real wonderful life photo

the peoples shadows in this creates movement because as they walk the angle of light will create shadows that uniquely move with the people so that you will have literal movement and also you get the shadows texture

"Lovers" by Christopher Etchells - I love the way the couple is singled out in this silhouette. They really stand out from the crowd, and that makes this an amazing capture.


That moment when you put on the headphones and listen to music, close your eyes and take it all in. Its a blissful moment.

I'm watching Hoarders on TV right now.  This would be a good picture to paint on the ceiling in a room of a hoarder's house.

Creative Ceiling Art in a Smoking Room detail . This was designed by the Indian firm, Everest Branding Solutions for client Cancer Patients Aid Association(CPAA).

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Rain by Deniz Senyesil. makes things green and all, fills the cisterns , but i simply hate rainy days.

we can trust each other to be there for each other. We have so much respect and love for one another

holding hands in the rain, black and white, photography

1952: Liverpool Street. | 31 Gorgeous Photos Of The London Underground In The '50s And '60s

Harry Todd Liverpool Street, London, 1952 Rays of springtime sun illuminate a railway policewoman in Liverpool Street Station, London March from Hulton Archive/Getty (Facie Populi ™)

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Philadelphia's Homeless 1986 Pulitzer Prize, Feature Photography, Tom Gralish, The Philadelphia Enquirer a homeless man.