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Sue Bryce Photographer. November 10, 2014 · Facebook. She muses, "Next background I get will look like this. Do you think I could paint one. Hmmmm...."

Sue Bryce Photographer. November 10, 2014 · Facebook. She muses, "Next background I get will look like this. Do you think I could paint one. Hmmmm...."

Alexander Kent Photography

Alexander Kent Photography

<p>London-based photographer Alexander Kent is very talented for capturing everyday elements with surreal perspective. Refined with a great sense of color and lighting, Kent really manages to immerse us into his world… See more at – Represented by

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Smuggling art into fashion

Marc Chagall, Paris, 1934 -by Horacio Coppola [+] [ref.: Horacio Coppola. “Imagema - Antología Fotográfica 1927-1994” (Buenos Aires, 1994)], from LA

Marc Chagall, Paris, 1934 -by Horacio Coppola [+] [ref.: Horacio Coppola. “Imagema - Antología Fotográfica 1927-1994” (Buenos Aires, 1994)], from LA

Kati Nescher + Prada photographed by Sølve Sundsbø for Vogue Italia, November 2014 ('Like A Painting').

Kati Nescher + Prada photographed by Sølve Sundsbø for Vogue Italia, November 2014 ('Like A Painting').

Venus transit, 2004 by Wolfgang Tillmans "A "transit of Venus" happens when the sun, Venus and Earth are in perfect alignment. From Earth, you can observe a small black disc – Venus – slowly wandering over the sun over the course of several hours. [...] Observing (,,,) it through my telescope (...) was moving to see the mechanics of the sky. (...) I exchanged the eyepiece of the telescope with a camera adaptor for my 35mm SLR. (...) The pink tint is the colour of the mylar filter I used."

Photographer Wolfgang Tillmans's best shot

Venus transit, 2004 by Wolfgang Tillmans "A "transit of Venus" happens when the sun, Venus and Earth are in perfect alignment. From Earth, you can observe a small black disc – Venus – slowly wandering over the sun over the course of several hours. [...] Observing (,,,) it through my telescope (...) was moving to see the mechanics of the sky. (...) I exchanged the eyepiece of the telescope with a camera adaptor for my 35mm SLR. (...) The pink tint is the colour of the mylar filter I used."

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