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olodumare:

La vida no es bella, Coahuila, México (1965) - Rodrigo Moya

mpdrolet:

Multi-family dwellings, Tlatelolco, Mexico, 1965

Rodrigo Moya

Into the Wild (2007)

(Source: anamorphosis-and-isolate)

instagram:

Cartoon Characters Brought to Life with @francoisdourlen

For more childlike plays on the world around him, follow @francoisdourlen on Instagram.

“It’s not a question of the camera lens, just a question of the moment, imagination and expression,” says Instagrammer François Dourlen (@francoisdourlen), a teacher from Normandy, France. Inspired by the daily scenes around him, François is reminded of characters from popular culture and animation films. “I don’t really choose photos to put with the background,” he explains. “The background makes me think about pictures I’ve seen.”

His playful style inserts cartoon characters on real life backgrounds to delight his followers—and himself. He adds: “My message to the world is: ‘Do not forget to look at the world through a child’s eyes.’”

Artes - Fotoperiodismo

Serie de Canal Once TV que en este programa tiene como presentador al fotógrafo Rodrigo Moya.

adanvc:

Monumento a la Revolución, México, 1958.

por Rodrigo Moya

photojojo:

How do you capture incredibly minute details on the surface of a plant? Well all you really need is a scanning electron microscope.

Matsuura Tomoya gathered dying plants in his neighborhood and captured these black and white photos with a powerful S.E.M. Though they seem huge, the plant sections below are only 3mm wide!

Using an Electron Microscope To Photograph Dying Plants

via National Geographic

nirvananews:

Fun Fact: Kurt Cobain told MTV, "make sure you get shots of me smiling for the Unplugged show because people say that I don’t smile enough."

huariqueje:

Salvador Dali in his studio in Cadaqués , Catalunya

Via www.pinterest.com

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