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Beautiful & Surreal images from photographer Kylli Spare - Studio Equator - photography Melbourne, Art Direction Melbourne, Graphic design Melbourne, Art Melbourne,

Beautiful & Surreal images from photographer Kylli Spare - Studio Equator - photography Melbourne, Art Direction Melbourne, Graphic design Melbourne, Art Melbourne,

Figurative - Linda on Hay Bales // Photographed by Regina Deluise

Figurative - Linda on Hay Bales // Photographed by Regina Deluise

I love this photo by Brooke Shaden http://www.flickr.com/photos/brookeshaden/

I love this photo by Brooke Shaden http://www.flickr.com/photos/brookeshaden/

"life giving life" By Brooke Shaden. I can imagine this becoming a book cover. :)

"life giving life" By Brooke Shaden. I can imagine this becoming a book cover. :)

Taken by bujidubabi with a Lomography Diana F+ loaded with Fuji PROVIA 100F RDP III 120 film in Beijing, China.

Taken by bujidubabi with a Lomography Diana F+ loaded with Fuji PROVIA 100F RDP III 120 film in Beijing, China.

Milou Neelen for ELLLE magazine Taurus

Milou Neelen for ELLLE magazine Taurus

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Like in a dream – Surrealist photographs of Anja Stiegler

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After Motoi Yamamoto's little sister succumbed to brain cancer, he began memorializing her through art, using a medium that would become his signature: salt.

Art Made Of Table Salt, Hundreds Of Hours In The Making

After Motoi Yamamoto's little sister succumbed to brain cancer, he began memorializing her through art, using a medium that would become his signature: salt.

“Annie Cresta. She was the girl Mags volunteered for. She won about five years ago,” says Peeta.  “I don’t remember those Games much,” I say. “Was that the earthquake year?” “Yeah. Annie’s the one who went mad when her district partner got beheaded. Ran off by herself and hid. But an earthquake broke a dam and most of the arena got flooded. She won because she was the best swimmer,” says Peeta.

“Annie Cresta. She was the girl Mags volunteered for. She won about five years ago,” says Peeta. “I don’t remember those Games much,” I say. “Was that the earthquake year?” “Yeah. Annie’s the one who went mad when her district partner got beheaded. Ran off by herself and hid. But an earthquake broke a dam and most of the arena got flooded. She won because she was the best swimmer,” says Peeta.

.: Kylli Sparre Fine art photography

.: Kylli Sparre Fine art photography

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