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ruairiethnos:

Dark Morning Skies #skieshunter #sky_captures #skyhunter #skymasters_family #mafiasky #rsa_sky #igcapturesclub #ig_captures_nature #ig_cameras_united #ig_landscapes #global_igers #insta_norniron #icu_ireland #icu_landscapes #ic_nature #nothingisordinary #chasinglight #chiquesnourtemo #socality #ibrakeforphotos #amature_united #tgif_nature #nuc_member  (at Quoile)

ruairiethnos:

Dark Morning Skies #skieshunter #sky_captures #skyhunter #skymasters_family #mafiasky #rsa_sky #igcapturesclub #ig_captures_nature #ig_cameras_united #ig_landscapes #global_igers #insta_norniron #icu_ireland #icu_landscapes #ic_nature #nothingisordinary #chasinglight #chiquesnourtemo #socality #ibrakeforphotos #amature_united #tgif_nature #nuc_member (at Quoile)

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lomographicsociety:

Ethereal Pinhole Seascapes by Gregor Servais

If you’re thinking of shooting pinholes this month but haven’t decided where to do it, the dreamy pinhole photos taken by Dutch photographer, Gregor Servais, by the seaside will certainly convince you to take off to the nearest beach and give it a shot.

http://bit.ly/1gRYWmF

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laurabfernandez:

A path made of stone.
©2014laurabfernández
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(Source: opdrie)

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severineide:

A place to recover
Praktica LTL3 & Fujichrome Velvia 100 expired (no date)(Cross Process).

severineide:

A place to recover

Praktica LTL3 & Fujichrome Velvia 100 expired (no date)(Cross Process).

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art-of-swords:

Steel double-edged Sword

  • Dated: 16th - 18th century
  • Place of Origin: Zanzibar
  • Measurements: overall lenght 83.8 cm

Featuring a long blade, slightly tapering at the rounded point, the hilt of the sword comes with a dome-shaped pommel and down-turned quillons. The latter is pierced at each junction.

Source: Copyright © 2014 Bonhams

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photographersdirectory:

 
[Reminder] PLEASE READ CAREFULLY.
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We, at The Photographers Directory, are very happy to count on you with the submissions you send our way everyday.
Unfortunately, due to the large amount of submissions we get and the time it takes to review each of them, we’re in need of new and very specific guidelines you guys will have to follow, starting today. In case of not following these, your submission will not be considered.
The guidelines are:
Original work blogs only. (No reblogs, or a very small rate) 
Your blog must be at least one month old and with enough content so that we can make a decision. Regular bloggers are the ideal user.
No huge watermarks on the image you upload (if any). Stay classy, people.
Set the click-through link to your Tumblr photography blog. (We won’t be able to do it for you any longer).
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Click the submit button ONCE. Be sure it will go through, really. Multiple clicks will result in multiple submissions sent, and in our inbox cluttered.
Avoid asking when will your submission be posted, if it did get chosen or not, and such. Be patient, it takes up to 7 days (or more) for a submission to go up on the dash. That said, we DO NOT make portfolio reviews nor do we check out blogs either.
TPD works ONLY via submission.
Please be sure to follow every step stated above so that we can take you in count. It’s easier for everyone doing it this way. Remember our most important goal is to get your work exposed to as many viewers as possible, and to make it easier for them to find you.
We’ll be happy to hear from you soon. Feel free to spread the word, thank you!
Best.
-TPD [Stefano - Jamie - Joel - Alejandro]

photographersdirectory:

 

[Reminder] PLEASE READ CAREFULLY.

Hey, everyone!

We, at The Photographers Directory, are very happy to count on you with the submissions you send our way everyday.

Unfortunately, due to the large amount of submissions we get and the time it takes to review each of them, we’re in need of new and very specific guidelines you guys will have to follow, starting today. In case of not following these, your submission will not be considered.

The guidelines are:

  • Original work blogs only. (No reblogs, or a very small rate) 
  • Your blog must be at least one month old and with enough content so that we can make a decision. Regular bloggers are the ideal user.
  • No huge watermarks on the image you upload (if any). Stay classy, people.
  • Set the click-through link to your Tumblr photography blog. (We won’t be able to do it for you any longer).
  • Add links to your Tumblr blog and to your other social networks. (If any) We won’t fix them if you set them wrong.
  • Write a brief introduction. We wanna know who you are, what your thoughts on photography are, and what your work’s all about. You can also add the title of your shot and the possible series it belongs to.
  • Choose up to five tags from the list that actually describe your work.
  • Only one submission per user.
  • Click the submit button ONCE. Be sure it will go through, really. Multiple clicks will result in multiple submissions sent, and in our inbox cluttered.
  • Avoid asking when will your submission be posted, if it did get chosen or not, and such. Be patient, it takes up to 7 days (or more) for a submission to go up on the dash. That said, we DO NOT make portfolio reviews nor do we check out blogs either.
  • TPD works ONLY via submission.

Please be sure to follow every step stated above so that we can take you in count. It’s easier for everyone doing it this way. Remember our most important goal is to get your work exposed to as many viewers as possible, and to make it easier for them to find you.

We’ll be happy to hear from you soon. Feel free to spread the word, thank you!

Best.

-TPD [Stefano - Jamie - Joel - Alejandro]

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art-of-swords:

Hand-and-a-Half Sword

  • Dated: circa 1475-1500
  • Culture: Italian
  • Medium: partially etched and gilded steel, copper alloy [blade]; iron, wood, velvet, cord [hilt]
  • Measurements: overall length: 46 3/4 inches (118.7 cm). Pommel: 3 1/4 × 1 1/8 × 3 3/4 inches (8.3 × 2.9 × 9.5 cm). Width (Quillons): 11 15/16 inches (30.4 cm). Depth (Quillon Block): 3/4 inches (1.9 cm). Blade: 2 11/16 × 37 1/16 inches (6.8 × 94.2 cm)

This is one of the finest knightly swords surviving from the late fifteenth century. Particularly outstanding are the mighty forms and harmonious proportions of its pommel and blade, the embellishment of the latter with delicate etched and gilt ornaments, and the overall condition of the entire sword, which retains its original velvet-covered grip.

Source: Copyright © 2014 Philadelphia Museum of Art

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severineide:

In my garden (12)
Praktica LTL3 & Ferrania Solaris 200 expired April2009.

severineide:

In my garden (12)

Praktica LTL3 & Ferrania Solaris 200 expired April2009.