Bloodcraft

I'm a twenty-three year old wondering body who loves taking pictures. I do not claim to be a photographer in any sense. I simply enjoy photo-documentation of my life. This is a place where I intend to post what I like and express myself through text and images.

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White-girling this shit up.

White-girling this shit up.

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(Source: crosseyed)

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(Source: geneticvariation)

peaceful-moon:

Most incredible boulder opal I’ve ever seen. 121cts.

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peaceful-moon:

Most incredible boulder opal I’ve ever seen. 121cts.

heavvymetalqueen:

breathofashes:

From Korpiklaani’s Facebook.

Oh no

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heavvymetalqueen:

breathofashes:

From Korpiklaani’s Facebook.

Oh no

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blue-voids:

Guy Sargent - What Lies Beneath the Surface, 2006-09

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man-and-camera:

Wild Horses ➾ Luke Gram

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man-and-camera:

Wild Horses ➾ Luke Gram

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alexrileyphotography:

This is my favourite photo from my trip up to Fort William, Scotland. I love the depth and strong convergent lines it has. I tried to do a series of creepy not functioning ski range photos while it was summer and cloudy but this is the only one than came out how I truly wanted. 

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alexrileyphotography:

This is my favourite photo from my trip up to Fort William, Scotland. I love the depth and strong convergent lines it has. I tried to do a series of creepy not functioning ski range photos while it was summer and cloudy but this is the only one than came out how I truly wanted. 

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foxmouth:

Landscapes, 2014 | by Polly Balitro
frogmanslightschool:

This Chameleon photo has a shallow Depth Of Field (DOF) so you get that lovely effect of his body disappearing into the background.

As a bonus, his head was turned to the side which meant lots of that amazing detail on his head was still in focus.

To finish, I added a vignette to the image to make the Chameleon ‘pop’ even more…




Photo by Gary

You can find me here: [website | tumblr | 500px | Facebook | Facebook Wildlife | Flickr] 

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frogmanslightschool:

This Chameleon photo has a shallow Depth Of Field (DOF) so you get that lovely effect of his body disappearing into the background.
As a bonus, his head was turned to the side which meant lots of that amazing detail on his head was still in focus.
To finish, I added a vignette to the image to make the Chameleon ‘pop’ even more…
Photo by Gary

You can find me here:
[website | tumblr | 500px | Facebook | Facebook Wildlife | Flickr]