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this flower creates a focal point because this is the most colourful out of the whole image, and the ground is very dull and dark.

this flower creates a focal point because this is the most colourful out of the whole image, and the ground is very dull and dark.

by *Azram    I like this place inside myself where no-one can touch me. My self can be peaceful, miserable, the pain is comforting, yes. I'm here with my self again, we are not alone while we have each other. Soon, I won't be needed here and I shall fly again.

by *Azram I like this place inside myself where no-one can touch me. My self can be peaceful, miserable, the pain is comforting, yes. I'm here with my self again, we are not alone while we have each other. Soon, I won't be needed here and I shall fly again.

I like the high-key aspect of this shot and how the sharp shadow cuts through the shot and makes it quite a high contrast shot.

I like the high-key aspect of this shot and how the sharp shadow cuts through the shot and makes it quite a high contrast shot.

Tenebris // Though this picture is simple. I have done black and white photography for many years and my favorite element of design is contrast. The contrast in this photo takes it from simple to interesting.

Tenebris // Though this picture is simple. I have done black and white photography for many years and my favorite element of design is contrast. The contrast in this photo takes it from simple to interesting.

photography by Tono Stano  (Born in 1960 in Zlaté Moravce, Czechoslovakia). After studying photography at the Fine Arts School in Bratislava, Tono Stano became a film set photographer for Film Production Bratislava. He later graduated with a degree in photography from the film and television school at the Arts Academy. In 1981 he became a freelance photographer. He has since been published in several publications and is well known for his fashion photography.

photography by Tono Stano (Born in 1960 in Zlaté Moravce, Czechoslovakia). After studying photography at the Fine Arts School in Bratislava, Tono Stano became a film set photographer for Film Production Bratislava. He later graduated with a degree in photography from the film and television school at the Arts Academy. In 1981 he became a freelance photographer. He has since been published in several publications and is well known for his fashion photography.