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Grete Stern photomontage from Sueños (dreams). An ideal conjunction between Dada collage and surreal photography

felipeguga - so good.

White lily is beautifully suspended in water with sea green marbles. The single vase is lit from within with one waterproof LED tea light. Perfect for your green theme wedding! The small floating candle is the perfect finishing touch.

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I want to see your hands work on a cello, ("it's such a nice instrument.

DAVID UZOCHUKWU | Wildfire #FredericClad #THEFARM

baeliengirl: “promptly-written: “ Promptly-Written Photo Prompt: Wildfire Photo credit: David Uzochukwu ” this is so cool* ”

I really like this pin because of the splash of color within the kids hula hoops. I might want to try this in the future, but it might be cool to try with multiple different colors, not just blue. I also really like how some of the kids clothes are bright white because they contrast nicely in the photo.

This picture collage has the coolest concept. I love how this image is all black and white and then there is a colour splash on the water in the hula hoop. They have done a very good job editing this image.

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This is another great example of glitch art. I love how the glitch add the green glitchy affect to the flowers and really makes your eyes work.

Victoria Siemer explores the idea of fractured landscapes through photo manipulations and collages.  Try your own with the Juxtaposer app: http://content.photojojo.com/tutorials/juxtaposer-the-best-layering-app/?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=CAMPAIGN

Victoria Siemer explores the idea of fractured landscapes through photo manipulations and collages. Try your own with the Juxtaposer app

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Belgium based artist Ronald Ceuppens combines lovely etchings, inspired by his daily nature walks, and just the right amount of red thread.

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