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journeyisparadise:

UK-based photographer Andrew Whyte specializes in dramatic light art and long exposures of the night sky, but some of his most striking work involves helping an inch-high fellow photographer get a good shot. For over a year, Whyte has been shooting what he calls the “Legography" series, starring a Lego minifig with a bulky black camera and a penchant for exploration. The minifig travels with Whyte, waiting to be posed scaling a fence, watching the sunrise, or playing tourist in London.

Via The Journey is Paradise

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escapekit:

NYC

Photographer Jose Tutiven captures beautiful images of New York. Check out his tumblr here.

(via wonderous-world)

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bluepueblo:

Dusk, Positano, Italy
photo via adobe

bluepueblo:

Dusk, Positano, Italy

photo via adobe

(via encantadaa)

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suffix:

VINTAGE
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(Source: grett, via prince-in-black)

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vugust:

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vugust:

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(Source: zoomw0rld, via onebutnothesame)

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es-trella:

THE LIGHTS ARE MOVING OMFG

wow, what a view

I’ve seen only the first half of the image and thought “ugh, what a stupid black picture” but then I scrolled down and saw the lights - “wow”

If you zoom in or look closely you can see the stars wow this is amazing

I totally thought that was just dust on my laptop screen ^

(Source: donttalkbutobserve, via suuitokoyumiko)