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Lumiere et mouvement  "Dessin de lumiere" de Pablo Picasso par Gjon Mili. 1949                                                                                                                                                                                 Plus

Light Drawings de Pablo Picasso

The use of slow shutter speed really works. This was one of my initial ideas when given the spots and stripes brief, to capture the shapes in a not so obvious way.

This photo was taken using a slow shutter speed. The photographer has captured the movement of cars on a very busy road quite well using a slow shutter speed/long exposure

Ik hou heel erg van lichtgebruik bij fotografie, het voegt zoveel toe aan een foto.

Light and Shadow - Gorgeous photo of a beautiful boy. (with shadow/zebra effect) TOP 10 Ways How To Shoot A Stunning Portrait

Ever have those days when you want to hide your hair? Lately I have had lots of them. I usually stick my hair in a ponytail and through a ball cap. I do love my "Saturday Hat", but it was kidnapped by my daughter.  I decided it was time to make another hat just for me. One that my hair c

Pattern: Hide Your Hair Slouchy Beanie

When should you use a balance transfer credit card? If you ever find yourself in any of these situations, you should consider doing a balance transfer.

vintage everyday: Rare Look Behind the Face of the Big Ben Clockface, 1920s, London  |  via @matthiasrascher on Twitter

Behind one of the glass faces of Big Ben, in the clock tower at the Palace of Westminster, London (Vintage Photography)

Nowitz Photography. Emma, I know you won't be seeing a lot of snow this year, so I thought id share this with you. It snowed for the first time this season here in Chapel Hill.

Emma, I know you won't be seeing a lot of snow this year, so I thought id share this with you. It snowed for the first time this season here in Chapel Hill.

The composition of this photo is incredible they chose the right time of day to take this photo with the sun that's setting which is also reflecting in the water, a graduation filter has been used making the blue sky look darker and also making the clouds dark as well, the rule of thirds applies as some of the clouds are along the line of the horizontal line. http://infinitealoe.com

Landscape Photography by Oer Wout

Landscape Photography by Netherlands based photographer Oer Wout. - posted under Beautiful Photography tagged with: Landscapes & Scenery, Plants & Nature, Sky, Waterscapes by Fribly Editorial

Lucky Number 7: Series Seven Chair by Arne Jacobsen- Arne Jacobsen designed the series 7 chair in 1955.  It has been in continuous production ever since and has gone on to be one of the best selling chair designs of all time. Unfortunately it has also been one of the most copied and many inferior copies have been produced. Danish company Fritz Hansen have had the license to produce the chair since it was first launched and still produce the chair today. This i

maxenrich: Arne Jacobsen’s Series Fritz Hansen Gentofte City Hall, Denmark

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