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Lean With It: People Photographed Leaning at Impossible Angles with Trees Paul Octavious

http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2012/07/incredible-street-photography-at-in-public/

Incredible Street Photography at iN PUBLiC (kid's legs)

Paul Octavious

Photographer Paul Octavious has captured people leaning forward with angled trees for his Lean With It photoseries.

hello sandwich: Tourism Antwerp Trip (Part 1)

hello sandwich: Tourism Antwerp Trip (Part

Elisabeth Toll : Photographer

Elisabeth Toll’s images are easily recognizable by their careful composition, the storytelling character and their emphasis of the surrounding.

Big Picture: Big Picture: Lost Villages. cliff erosion

Big picture: Lost Villages, by Neil A White

Big Picture: Big Picture: Lost Villages. cliff erosion

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Dream Material: a recent proejct by Paul Herbst

The Holderness coastline, just north of the Humber estuary along England’s east coast, is the fastest eroding in Europe. Its tarmac roads are tumbling into the sea at a rate of five feet a year, and its villages and caravan parks are perched on the cliff edge, staring down the waves. It’s a bleak landscape of shrinking villages and abandoned, windswept buildings, many with optimistic “For sale” signs. →Photograph: Neil A White

Big picture: Lost Villages, by Neil A White

The Holderness coastline, eroding faster than anywhere else in Europe, is a bleak landscape of shrinking villages and abandoned buildings, says Hannah Booth

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