HStasco
This blog is where I look for and post pictures of inspiration, wants, likes, funnies- all sorts of stuff. Second blog, strictly for photography: http://hollysphotoadventures.tumblr.com/

UGA, school. Savannah, home.

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mpdrolet:

Christian Vium
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"I do not judge the universe."
Dalai Lama (via thecalminside)
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blue-voids:

1970’s interiors, Verner Panton
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1970’s interiors, Verner Panton
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1970’s interiors, Verner Panton
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1970’s interiors, Verner Panton
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1970’s interiors, Verner Panton
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1970’s interiors, Verner Panton
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1970’s interiors, Verner Panton
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1970’s interiors, Verner Panton
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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Taylor Curry
Feathers
These images were created by photographer Taylor Curry without a camera, using a process known as Cliché-Verre.
“The Cliche-Verre, to me, is quite literally Nature as the Negative. The items are placed directly onto a 4×5 or 8×10 glass plate. Using the color enlarger, I project the specimen onto 8×10 color film, RA-4 Color paper or Polaroid film capturing the image.

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Taylor Curry
Feathers
These images were created by photographer Taylor Curry without a camera, using a process known as Cliché-Verre.
“The Cliche-Verre, to me, is quite literally Nature as the Negative. The items are placed directly onto a 4×5 or 8×10 glass plate. Using the color enlarger, I project the specimen onto 8×10 color film, RA-4 Color paper or Polaroid film capturing the image.

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Taylor Curry
Feathers
These images were created by photographer Taylor Curry without a camera, using a process known as Cliché-Verre.
“The Cliche-Verre, to me, is quite literally Nature as the Negative. The items are placed directly onto a 4×5 or 8×10 glass plate. Using the color enlarger, I project the specimen onto 8×10 color film, RA-4 Color paper or Polaroid film capturing the image.

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Taylor Curry
Feathers
These images were created by photographer Taylor Curry without a camera, using a process known as Cliché-Verre.
“The Cliche-Verre, to me, is quite literally Nature as the Negative. The items are placed directly onto a 4×5 or 8×10 glass plate. Using the color enlarger, I project the specimen onto 8×10 color film, RA-4 Color paper or Polaroid film capturing the image.

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Taylor Curry
Feathers
These images were created by photographer Taylor Curry without a camera, using a process known as Cliché-Verre.
“The Cliche-Verre, to me, is quite literally Nature as the Negative. The items are placed directly onto a 4×5 or 8×10 glass plate. Using the color enlarger, I project the specimen onto 8×10 color film, RA-4 Color paper or Polaroid film capturing the image.

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Taylor Curry
Feathers
These images were created by photographer Taylor Curry without a camera, using a process known as Cliché-Verre.
“The Cliche-Verre, to me, is quite literally Nature as the Negative. The items are placed directly onto a 4×5 or 8×10 glass plate. Using the color enlarger, I project the specimen onto 8×10 color film, RA-4 Color paper or Polaroid film capturing the image.

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Taylor Curry
Feathers
These images were created by photographer Taylor Curry without a camera, using a process known as Cliché-Verre.
“The Cliche-Verre, to me, is quite literally Nature as the Negative. The items are placed directly onto a 4×5 or 8×10 glass plate. Using the color enlarger, I project the specimen onto 8×10 color film, RA-4 Color paper or Polaroid film capturing the image.

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Taylor Curry
Feathers
These images were created by photographer Taylor Curry without a camera, using a process known as Cliché-Verre.
“The Cliche-Verre, to me, is quite literally Nature as the Negative. The items are placed directly onto a 4×5 or 8×10 glass plate. Using the color enlarger, I project the specimen onto 8×10 color film, RA-4 Color paper or Polaroid film capturing the image.

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Taylor Curry
Feathers
These images were created by photographer Taylor Curry without a camera, using a process known as Cliché-Verre.
“The Cliche-Verre, to me, is quite literally Nature as the Negative. The items are placed directly onto a 4×5 or 8×10 glass plate. Using the color enlarger, I project the specimen onto 8×10 color film, RA-4 Color paper or Polaroid film capturing the image.

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Taylor Curry
Feathers
These images were created by photographer Taylor Curry without a camera, using a process known as Cliché-Verre.
“The Cliche-Verre, to me, is quite literally Nature as the Negative. The items are placed directly onto a 4×5 or 8×10 glass plate. Using the color enlarger, I project the specimen onto 8×10 color film, RA-4 Color paper or Polaroid film capturing the image.

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eatsleepdraw:

diyoki,tumblr.com
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reuters:

In a Holi tradition unique to Nandgaon and Barsana villages, men sing provocative songs to gain the attention of women, who then “beat” them with bamboo sticks called “lathis”. Holi, also known as the Festival of Colours, heralds the beginning of spring and is celebrated all over India.
(Photos: REUTERS/Adnan Abidi)
reuters:

In a Holi tradition unique to Nandgaon and Barsana villages, men sing provocative songs to gain the attention of women, who then “beat” them with bamboo sticks called “lathis”. Holi, also known as the Festival of Colours, heralds the beginning of spring and is celebrated all over India.
(Photos: REUTERS/Adnan Abidi)
reuters:

In a Holi tradition unique to Nandgaon and Barsana villages, men sing provocative songs to gain the attention of women, who then “beat” them with bamboo sticks called “lathis”. Holi, also known as the Festival of Colours, heralds the beginning of spring and is celebrated all over India.
(Photos: REUTERS/Adnan Abidi)
reuters:

In a Holi tradition unique to Nandgaon and Barsana villages, men sing provocative songs to gain the attention of women, who then “beat” them with bamboo sticks called “lathis”. Holi, also known as the Festival of Colours, heralds the beginning of spring and is celebrated all over India.
(Photos: REUTERS/Adnan Abidi)
reuters:

In a Holi tradition unique to Nandgaon and Barsana villages, men sing provocative songs to gain the attention of women, who then “beat” them with bamboo sticks called “lathis”. Holi, also known as the Festival of Colours, heralds the beginning of spring and is celebrated all over India.
(Photos: REUTERS/Adnan Abidi)
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