Well folks, it's 2012. And what better way to celebrate the end of 2011 than with this year-long pinhole camera exposure of Toronto's skyline by Michael Chrisman? "I could think of a lot of things." LIKE? "I dunno, getting drunk and kissing a stranger on New Year's Eve?" Ha, you did that didn't you? "I did." And now you regret it, don't you? "I do." And how come? "She stole my wallet." LOL, and you thought she liked you. YOU ARE A CHUMP.
Year-long exposure of Toronto skyline produces 'dreamy' image [thestar]
Thanks to Lauren, who tried taking a year-long pinhole camera photo but her camera was torn to pieces by ducks because it still smelled like Quaker Oats.
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Because there's no such thing as an un-themed wedding anymore, freshly married Erin and Matt posed for these Alice in Wonderland themed photos on the day of their nuptials. Why he opted for the Johnny Depp version of the Mad Hatter from the shitty live-action movie instead of ... / Continue →
German Photographer Marcus Reugels takes pictures of water droplets refracting an image of a planet behind them, making them each appear to contain a lil world (prior: MC Escher droplet). Aaaaaaah, we're all gonna drown! Just kidding, but this does remind me of that cat in Me... / Continue →