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Photographing A Hope – Powerful Photoproject

I always like to show you this kind of work..which is very unique and show emotions and how big is hope..

Deneen Brian and the team of volunteers – professional photographers founded the charity fund “Photographing hope.” They are free pictures of premature babies and give these photos to their parents. At Deneen six children, but one of her daughters died, lived only six months. That is what prompted her to create this endowment fund. Continue reading

Portraits Painted By a Child Suffering From Dyslexia (5)

Portraits Painted By a Child Suffering From Dyslexia

Just think of these portraits were painted not by a famous artist, and a person suffering from the disorder reading and writing skills. Different from their peers, many turn in on themselves, but not Vinzili Lowe from Malaysia. Despite his illness, he is determined to become a success due to its outline, which he easily turns into a creative portraits. See for yourself … Continue reading

24 Amazing Reflection (13)

Original Amazing Reflection

Photograph of reflection – a complex and peculiar process that requires a good understanding of angles and perspectives, as well as a keen eye of an artist. These 24 photos are only a few examples of stunning images of reflections that can be done, if you constantly keep an eye peeled. To take a photo of reflection, it is necessary to think about the future in a new way. Instead of shooting a beautiful landscape as you see it, you have to radically change the viewing angle, or even upside down, shoot to capture a good reflection. However, the reward is amazing – the reflections are a sort of picture in the picture. All photos, of course, without Photoshop. Enjoy Reflection… Continue reading

Lens Between US - Photo Project (11)

Lens Between US – Photo Project

Man and woman from Sydney has created an unusual photo project “lens between us.” In their albums there is no place for photos with the standard sights. Wherever they went again, they bring a lot of interesting pictures. The whole point is that the couple is doing shots of interesting places from two different points: she photographed him, and he also photographed her. It’s amazing how different types can be one and the same place, but taken from different angles. The project has existed for a brief period – from 2013 and, for sure, this pair will please us with their creativity.  Continue reading

Traffic Jam In Belgian Forest (5)

Traffic Jam In Belgian Forest

More than 500 retro-rusting are there in the woods near the Belgian village of Chatillon. According to local legend, all these cars once belonged to the American soldiers who are coming back after World War II home in the United States,he could not take them with him. Therefore, it was decided at the time to park them in the forest. Arriving in America, the military faced with bureaucratic hurdles, high customs duties and the high cost of shipping cars. Therefore, no car cross the ocean. Just around Chatillon had four such cemeteries, to the present time, only one survived. Continue reading