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Music Portraits by Matthias Hombauer

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Matthias Hombauer is a music/portrait photographer from Vienna, Austria who is exclusively working for bands, magazines and music labels. He believes that film is still superior in the digital age and is using an analog medium format camera to capture the magical moments of Indie and Rockstars.

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28 Pictures of Emergency Fire Escapes

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Originally intended as a safety measure, fire escapes now have a range of identities besides ’emergency exit.’ In stories, they take on important roles as balconies, hiding spots and private meeting places. They can also be hang-outs for birds, playgrounds for cats and great obstacles for parkour traceurs.

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30 Color Photographs of (mostly) Male Workers During WWII

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When men in WWII are thought of, the image that most comes to mind is of soldiers on the beach at Normandy or pilots in B-17 bombers over Germany. But many men worked back at the home front both in military and non-military roles: building the bombers, defending the homeland, and improving the country’s infrastructure so needed to support the war effort.

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18 Lovely Pictures of Poppy Pods

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Poppies usually get the most photographic attention when they’re blooming. However, the bulbous poppy pods that grow after the bright flower petals fall off can also be quite striking, as if the plant has sprouted a flattop haircut and a chubby face.

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35 Fantastic Pictures of Geckos

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If you live in a warm climate, chances are that you’ve seen a gecko before. You might have even made gecko earrings or watched a gecko’s disembodied tail squirm on the floor. With their flat, tiny bodies and amazing ability to climb anything, geckos are fascinating creatures to watch and photograph.

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20 Interesting Double Exposure Pictures

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Double exposures are made up of two or more separate exposures layered together. These specific pictures I have chosen are layered exposures of separate subjects, which creates a confusing image, but also very interesting. One of the exposures is usually faded, which adds a ‘ghost’ effect.

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