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Monochrome Monday with Alexandra Bellissimo    If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to the RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!    This goes a bit further than the usual monochrome photography we post on Monday, wouldn’t you say?    I really like how unique and conceptual Alexandra’s images are, her creations sit perfectly on that fine line between purely aesthetic and thought-provoking.

Monochrome Monday with Alexandra Bellissimo If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to the RSS feed. Thanks for visiting! This goes a bit further than the usual monochrome photography we post on Monday, wouldn’t you say? I really like how unique and conceptual Alexandra’s images are, her creations sit perfectly on that fine line between purely aesthetic and thought-provoking.

This image by Florian Imgrund is a favourite of mine. It is called Analog Double Exposure where he exposed the image twice to create two images contrasting together as one. The positioning of the hands shows emotion through the picture and the image of a dark forest coming through it works very well together.

This image by Florian Imgrund is a favourite of mine. It is called Analog Double Exposure where he exposed the image twice to create two images contrasting together as one. The positioning of the hands shows emotion through the picture and the image of a dark forest coming through it works very well together.

William K. Gregory | Our face from fish to man; a portrait gallery of our ancient ancestors and kinsfolk together with a concise history of our best features (1929)

William K. Gregory | Our face from fish to man; a portrait gallery of our ancient ancestors and kinsfolk together with a concise history of our best features (1929)

There are a few things to point out in this picture, first thing, depth of field, this picture makes the mushroom the main focus, whilst the background is blurred. Also, we can see the texture inside of the mushroom. I like this picture the most it is zoomed in, and the texture is smooth.

There are a few things to point out in this picture, first thing, depth of field, this picture makes the mushroom the main focus, whilst the background is blurred. Also, we can see the texture inside of the mushroom. I like this picture the most it is zoomed in, and the texture is smooth.

socialuprooting: The symbol of pantheism is the spiral as seen in the curves of the nautilus shell, or in the spiral arms of a galaxy, showing the link between the cosmic physical and the biological. The spiral represents a variety of things: it means evolution, eternity, spirituality, growth. Sometimes the Nautilus spiral alone is used; it embodies the Fibonacci series and the golden ratio.

socialuprooting: The symbol of pantheism is the spiral as seen in the curves of the nautilus shell, or in the spiral arms of a galaxy, showing the link between the cosmic physical and the biological. The spiral represents a variety of things: it means evolution, eternity, spirituality, growth. Sometimes the Nautilus spiral alone is used; it embodies the Fibonacci series and the golden ratio.

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