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King's College Chapel reflection by Bearseye, via Flickr

King's College Chapel reflection by Bearseye, via Flickr

Ocean Photography

Photographer Charles Bergquist’s Everyday project show cases one image a day from his daily experimenting.

13.) This Rippling water photograph is a perfect example of rhythm, it creates rhythm due to the ripples in the water, it creates a pattern in that the elements are repeated. Each rhythm is slightly varied within the pattern.

13.) This Rippling water photograph is a perfect example of rhythm, it creates rhythm due to the ripples in the water, it creates a pattern in that the elements are repeated. Each rhythm is slightly varied within the pattern.

Shape D/M, 2012, by Filippo Minelli

From Filippo Minelli, Shape D/M Printed on Hahnemühle Photo Rag®, mounted and framed - edition of 3 + 1 AP, 110 × 165 cm

Heading out to Grantchester by Sean Crawford.

Heading out to Grantchester by Sean Crawford.

Reflection of a Ship's Masts and Rigging in Rippling Water, Mystic, Connecticut

Abstract Reflection of a Ship's Masts and Rigging in Rippling Water, Mystic, Connecticut

how's about figures reflected in rippling water. Abstract Reflection of a Ship's Masts and Rigging in Rippling Water, Mystic, Connecticut Photographic Print

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Russell Drake, Ronald Herder & Anne D. Modugno How to Make Electronic Music (Educational Audio Visual Inc., - via Toys And Techniques

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The power of graphic transparency such as water and glass, usually go unnoticed. But all we need is a photographer like Hélène Desplechin, to show us the invi…

ANGEL'S HAND colorful pictures Round 5D diamond painting Full,face Diamond Embroidery,DIY, crystal cross stitch #Affiliate

One of more than Stardust portraits using a cosmic mosaic of Hubble space telescope images created by artist Sergio Albiac using generative art, which employs non-human assistants—often computers—to make aesthetic decisions.

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