鬼は外! 福は内! ~ Demons out! Luck in!

 

photographersdirectory:

My name is Maya, I’m from PolandI’m interested in photography black and white and color, but I usually takes photos by traditional analog Zenit or PracticaI develop the negatives and make prints If you want, write to me and say your opinion about my photos I will be grateful ;) my tumblr: www.maya-takes-photos.tumblr.com

photographersdirectory:

My name is Maya, I’m from Poland
I’m interested in photography black and white and color, 
but I usually takes photos by traditional analog Zenit or Practica

I develop the negatives and make prints
 
If you want, write to me and say your opinion about my photos 
I will be grateful ;) 
my tumblr: www.maya-takes-photos.tumblr.com

2015 Mini Countryman

urdesignmag:

On the occasion of the New York Auto Show 2014 Mini unveils the new version of its Countryman. The facelifted crossover has a number of updates to ensure the “continued success of the premium compact model.” see more

centuriespast:

Benten Shrine, Shell Gathering at Low Tide (top); Hachiman Shrine at Fukagawa (bottom), 1847-52

Ando Utagawa Hiroshige
Japanese, 1797-1858
Color woodblock (two prints on one sheet, uncut)
Choban Yoko-e
Norton Simon Museum

centuriespast:

Benten Shrine, Shell Gathering at Low Tide (top); Hachiman Shrine at Fukagawa (bottom), 1847-52

Ando Utagawa Hiroshige

Japanese, 1797-1858

Color woodblock (two prints on one sheet, uncut)

Choban Yoko-e

Norton Simon Museum

tvpartyorchestra:

Chinese artist Li Wei creates work that is a mixture of performance art and photography. His projects are generally centred around creating illusions of dangerous realities such as flying and falling. What’s hard to believe is that his photographs are not computer generated. Wei claims that his work is made with the help of props such as mirror, metal wires, scaffolding and acrobatics – all done the old fashioned way with physical dexterity and attention to detail.

tvpartyorchestra:

Chinese artist Li Wei creates work that is a mixture of performance art and photography. His projects are generally centred around creating illusions of dangerous realities such as flying and falling. What’s hard to believe is that his photographs are not computer generated. Wei claims that his work is made with the help of props such as mirror, metal wires, scaffolding and acrobatics – all done the old fashioned way with physical dexterity and attention to detail.

365daysofhorror:

Photos from the cemetery used in Hocus Pocus. It’s in Marble Head, Mass and it is gorgeous. More on my Instagram