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Travel Pinspiration - 5 Beautiful Rivers

Travel Pinspiration - 5 Beautiful Rivers

Cormorant fishing is a traditional fishing method in which fishermen use trained cormorants to fish in rivers. Historically, cormorant fishing has taken place in Japan and China.

Ces clichés surréalistes semblables à des peintures vous feront découvrir les rivières volcaniques d’Islande

Ces clichés surréalistes semblables à des peintures vous feront découvrir les rivières volcaniques d’Islande

At first glance this photo by Andre Ermolaev looks like a twisting abstract painting, but in reality is one of the aerial photos of rivers flowing through Iceland’s endless beds of volcanic ash. This is just a river, just a volcano, just our planet.

Very concise and clear tutorial on basketweaving.

Basic Guide to DIY Basket-Making. New shoots make perfect basket weaving materials.

aimer à la folie Rayons de soleil sur une forêt brumeuse

The golden white light of Vairocana ~ magic sunlight over misty forest This is beautiful! Not sure who the photographer is but they must be so thrilled to have captured this!

Takashi Tomo-Oke - Is een fotograaf uit Tokyo. Hij fotografeerd voornamelijk bloemen. Je ziet zowel botanische beeldspraak als Japanse tradities in zijn opvallende bloem portretten. Ik vind het knap dat de foto's zo clean gefotografeerd zijn dat het net een print lijkt.

lotus 3 and mokuren 4 by takashi tomo-oka, photograph printed on washi and mounted on scrollcourtesy of ippodo gallery

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I wanted to pin this photo to see a professional set up for using lighting gels. Here there is technology used including a stand with the lighting gel over the light which is being bounced onto a stand with lines in to created shadow on the model.


The texture is created by the leaf which has DOMINANCE because it takes up the majority of the photo and the human in the background has SUBORDINATION because of how small he/she is. Photography by Maria Ibdah

An incredible 1/40,000ths of a second this photo shows the spectacular moment water balloons pop

Beautiful and creative photos of exploding water balloons captured by talented photographer Edward Horsford. Rubber balloons were filled with colored water. Then, each balloon was popped and photographed using high speed photography.