The Long And Winding Days on Echo Station 3-T-8.

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Even the stormiest of days leave room for little moments of tomfoolery.


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  1. Kaiser-EVA 65 months ago | reply

    You are my new favorite for SW shots. Truly awesome stuff.

  2. Jake-Moore 65 months ago | reply

    I want these in huge sizes! I want them for my Desktop Background!

  3. Avanaut 65 months ago | reply

    Thanks Dre Merc and Kaiser-EVA!

    Jake-Moore: Extrapolate?

  4. doudoucorp 65 months ago | reply

    Congratulations i love these photos! very cool idea!
    you should try a LOTR set :D

  5. Distreal 65 months ago | reply

    Great Job! It is simply amazing how you done that!
    I found your work here:

  6. Mortaric 65 months ago | reply

    LOL. Love it :)

  7. Jon Brick 64 months ago | reply

    I love the foggy/snowy look so neat.

  8. Sprengstoff72 64 months ago | reply

    fantastic! your photostream is amazing, very inspirational! And thx for sharing how make them :)

  9. _SG_ 64 months ago | reply

    funny shot, never seen this before, nice idea!

  10. furstyferret81 63 months ago | reply

    Let me get this straight, you actually make these scenes inside a custom snow globe?!?

    I carnt believe how nicely they have turned out, one of those ideas id love to try but i know i never will...sadly....

  11. Avanaut 63 months ago | reply

    Thank you all!

    furstyferret81: Well, it's an old cd storage box used as a kind of reversed snow globe. Underwater nevertheless, setup shot here. An experiment with a quite positive result.

  12. THE BRICK TIME Team 63 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called The Brick Time, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  13. redraven_info 58 months ago | reply

    Nice, it looks like a really heavy snowstorm.

  14. OSUKA1981 [deleted] 52 months ago | reply

    esta genial te felicito

  15. Kaiser-EVA 49 months ago | reply

    Well at the very least, the copyright mark seems to be there so it wasn't cropped.

  16. Beothuk 36 months ago | reply

    Brilliant set!!!

  17. Nicola Zingarelli 26 months ago | reply

    Just seen the review on DYI Photography and I think is a really excellent work. Congratulation for your outsyanding creativity, you gave me the inspiration for my forthcoming product shots :-)

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