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16 Photos of Water Taken With Film by Erin McCown

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Erin McCown is a photographer from New England who has spent the last 7 years in Oregon taking pictures in the rain. She works exclusively with film, and has a small army of half-broken 33mm cameras that allow her to wade into deep water to capture any moment.

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17 Pictures of Old Rustic Mailboxes

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Exposed to sun, rain, wind and snow, even country mailboxes that are meticulously cared for eventually end up with a few cracks, a bit of peeled paint or a quirky, lopsided tilt. Fortunately, these imperfections only increase the photogenic charm of old mailboxes, worn down by years of good service.

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30 Pictures of Snowy Winter Roads

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Snowfall can provoke emotional extremes in normally calm people. It’s like Christmas–people hate or love it with almost equal passion. It makes some people goofy and others grumpy or worried about the icy roads. Regardless of which side dominates, one thing is generally agreed on: snow makes for beautiful scenery.

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Excellent Double Exposure Portraits by Jon Duenas

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Jon Duenas shoots mainly wedding and fashion photography and is based in Portland, Oregon. He prefers film photography and uses a collection of 35mm, medium format, and Polaroid cameras. This traditional method, unconventional for the digital age, gives his pictures a distinctive character.

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25 Awesome Tree Frog Pictures

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Tree frogs are one of the most amazing amphibians. Their sticky feet and tiny bodies can go almost anywhere, and their faces are so comical and expressive; they can seem curious, mischievous, skeptical or utterly bored.

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Magical Reality – Creative Portraits by Katia Romanova

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Katia Romanova began her 365 project last year, and although she hasn’t finished it yet, her burst of creativity between February and March 2012 produced a set of strikingly imaginative portraits. Her photos are grounded in reality, but then with a twist–extra arms, for example, or levitating long hair. Using backdrops of water, trees, bed sheets, and surreal black or white spaces, her models can seem like modern Greek deities, stuck between nature, heaven, and the bedroom.

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Creative Stop-Motion Music Video Using Hundreds of Polaroid Pictures

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Walker Lukens just released this incredibly meticulous stop-motion music video filmed around Central Park and Brooklyn using hundreds of vintage Polaroid pictures. The film was provided by a company called The Impossible Project, a group of former Polaroid employees in the Netherlands who saved the last Polaroid production plant from being shut down and now produce film for vintage cameras that would otherwise have been obsolete.

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