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Hidden by the clouds, is this an alien spacecraft scanning the ground below? Or maybe someone trying to build a 'bat signal' to call Batman??? Who can say... :-)
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Explore Jul 1, 2009 #184
BETTER IN BLACK,,,,,,,,
EN NOIR,, C`EST PLUS JOLI,,,,,
Merci,,, Thank you !
I like what the fog do with the light , everything become so mysterious and you can see the ordinary things different.... the world around you just changes
In camera custom white balance shenanigans in my local woods using a lightpaintingbrushes.com light blade with a red gel.
The ceiling of the Sagrada Familia - which reminds me of something out of Alien.
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I did this for the Process my photo (not better, just different) Group (Week 5))
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I m Too Confuse that which one post on top :(
A lifting morning fog caresses the wind generators as they look like giant aliens marching across the fields.
Happy Windmill Wednesday!
Happy bokeh Wednesday!
Thanks to colonial1637 for tellin' me the name of this flower :-D
Just in case you were wondering where I have been ;) Hope you guys are enjoying your weekend!!!!
I'm working on it, and this WIP uses a new technique for the body that I've never seen and never expected before.
Happy Birthday We Love Roleplay!
Jellyfish may be venomous, but they are have strange beauty
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Little 'illegal aliens' are scrawled everywhere in the Mission District. It's so funny...
Weird alien cactus found and photographed on the hiking trail from Valle Gran Rey to El Cercado. La Gomera, Canary Islands. Spain 2013.
Found these alien looking, minion-like air vents in Leadenhall. Couldn't resist photographing them.
This assisted self portrait was captured around during the October 8th total lunar eclipse while inside Vasquez Rocks park. The image was created in one exposure using a wireless flash light me. I then jumped out of frame while the shutter was still open and a friend ran in to paint with a red LED bike light. The camera is facing opposite the moon during the peak of the eclipse. You're seeing the little light from the sun scraping the Earth bouncing off the moon and soaking back into the exposure.
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Whale Beach, Sydney’s Northern Beaches, Australia
f/22 | ISO100 | 20sec | 17mm