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Posts Tagged: Photography

This is what the inside of a golfball looks like - James Friedman

Photographer, and non-golfer, James Friedman, was curious as to what lays hidden inside of golf balls and to his surprise what he found “inspired me to consider that I could discover, in the unlikeliest of places, elegant formal qualities and surprising metaphorical possibilities.”

Source: english.mashkulture.net

Find Momo 

Momo is border collie. He’s hiding in all of these photos.

Find Momo is a project by Andrew Knapp and Momo.

Photo of the day

This is a real panda! China has this “panda diplomacy” and this one will be sent to Japan as a friendship envoy. For safety reasons he sits as a passenger with his feeder, not in a cage. Fastening the seat belt, wearing a diaper, eating bamboos..etc

(via dianebluegreen)

Source: jijie-jurassic

Norm aka the new dog in the place!

Seattle-based Jeremy Veach has been the proud owner of Norm, his four-legged friend, since the pup was just 8 weeks old (he’s now 1 1/2). Soon after Jeremy got him, he started taking photos of the photogenic dog, inspired by some canine favorites like good ‘ol Maddie, and began posting them on Instagram. (Jermzlee now has almost 24,000 followers.)

(via mukone)

Source: mymodernmet.com

Photo of the day 
This pod of 40 bottlenose dolphins were spotted riding 8ft-high waves as as they made their way up the east coast of South Africa Read.
Via The Daily Mail

Photo of the day 

This pod of 40 bottlenose dolphins were spotted riding 8ft-high waves as as they made their way up the east coast of South Africa Read.

Via The Daily Mail

THE CRACKER LA-Z-BOY

When growing up, sometimes Domenic Bahmann didn’t want to eat his vegetables, so he would play with them instead. Now he is an adult, and I guess some of that childhood fun has rubbed off in his latest photographic food series. From the McDonald’s logo made from yellow and red peppers, to a short-skirted girl with carrot legs that resembles film poster, “Innocence” (2004). All of Bahmann’s creations allow him to escape reality by entering an imaginary world.

Source: unicorn-meat-is-too-mainstream

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