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angrybabysitter:

Michaela DePrince 

This is beautiful. The 1st 2 photos together are a story unto themselves.

42, at the beginning…

42, at the beginning…

Perfect.

littlelimpstiff14u2:

by Nastia VoynovskayaPosted on July 25, 2014
Kiev-based photographer Oleg Oprisco’s works modify small details in their real-world settings to convey the essence of fantasy. It is as if his photos give off the fresh, dewy aroma of a wild escape to a desolate countryside that seems to belong to no specific time or place. In one piece, a girl holds up a rolled-up piece of a grassy lawn. Though anyone could do this in real life, in the photograph she seems to wield a sort of power over the land with her powerful, summoning gaze. In another, a model holds a stained umbrella that briefly gives the impression of a multi-colored rain shower before Oprisco’s process of dousing the set in paint gives itself away. These small details invite viewers to indulge Oprisco’s innocent, storybook-like fantasies.
the beauty of a well designed small space.

the beauty of a well designed small space.

Friday night.

Friday night.

Saturday night.

Saturday night.

Classic

Classic

Down to the wire again the the Orioles!

mazzystardust:

And All My Clothes Fell Off | Ana Claudia Michel by Vincent Peters


Utz chips are m favorite.

mazzystardust:

And All My Clothes Fell Off | Ana Claudia Michel by Vincent Peters

Utz chips are m favorite.