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23 Awesome Pictures of Drinking Straws

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Sometimes, the simplest objects make the best photography subjects. Drinking straws, for example, are great subjects for abstract photography and still life pictures. You can fill the tubes with light or leave them dark; make the colors uniform or brightly varied; pile them together or single one out for a whimsical touch to food photos.

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Fairy Tale Photography – 15 Portraits of Little Red Riding Hood

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One of the reasons that old fairy tales are still fascinating today is because of their amazing ability to evoke unforgettable, imaginative pictures. You may not remember the exact details of the plot, but you’ll remember the wolf wearing grandma’s clothing or the red cape of a girl walking through a dark forest. These powerful images outlast the story itself, inspiring a whole new set of pictures and fairy tales.

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20 Fun Pictures of Cats and Dogs Wearing Glasses

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Making pets do silly things can seem cruel, until you’re a pet-owner yourself. Then, it’s almost irresistible. Putting glasses on a dog or cat, for example, can make them seem more intelligent–like a superior species being patient with humans–or just make them look twice as goofy.

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25 Spectacular Sun Halo Pictures

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Variously known as sundogs, glorioles, ice bows and phantom suns, seeing a crystal-clear halo around the sun is always a spectacular experience. In photos, they can be beautiful accents above people, landscapes and buildings, giving a holy glow to whatever they encircle.

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19 Peaceful Pictures of Church Candles

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As magnificent as cathedrals are, the most attractive objects are not necessarily the gold-gilded statues or stained glass windows, but the simple church candles against the wall. Lit together in groups, they seem almost like birthday candles, except bigger and with a holy vibe. And, just like birthday candles, it’s hard to resist taking a picture.

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17 Fascinating Beehive and Honeycomb Pictures

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Photographing a single bee perched on a flower takes skill, but not an extraordinary amount of preparation and courage. Photographing a large hive swarming with bees is another story. Although the smoker and hooded suits offer protection, they can’t stop the bees from landing on you or mute their incessant buzzing. Nevertheless, beehive photos are unique and fascinating, and can be worth the extra preparation.

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