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Aug 03, 2014 03:11 |  #1

I stumbled across this website and thought I'd share. It is amazing imho :)

http://www.shredesign.​com/photography/eyes (external link)


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Aug 03, 2014 06:06 |  #2

The camera doesn't lie.....but can you trust it.

The Mars shot........12lbs of paprika ??


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Aug 03, 2014 09:39 |  #3

He did some excellent work?

P4ulG wrote in post #17073259 (external link)
The camera doesn't lie.....

...but the photographer might! ; D


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Aug 03, 2014 13:16 |  #4

That's pretty cool.


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Aug 03, 2014 15:30 |  #5

That's incredible.


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Aug 03, 2014 15:46 |  #6

>>>It took two months to store up enough fireplace ash to create this lunar landscape. The darker rocks are made of mixed tile grout, flag crumpled paper & wire. The Earth is a video still projected onto the wall.

Ah-oh! That's more fuel for the moon-landing conspiracy theorists! :lol:


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Aug 03, 2014 16:01 |  #7

Tedder wrote in post #17073969 (external link)
Ah-oh! That's more fuel for the moon-landing conspiracy theorists! :lol:

Let 'em believe in their conspiracies! After all, some people (and I use the term loosely) still believe the Earth is flat!

Indeed, some people still believe that bumblebees can't fly because their wings are too small for their mass. Bumblebees, however, don't believe this and fly anyway, which just goes to show that the average bumblebee is smarter than some people.




  
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Aug 03, 2014 16:15 as a reply to  @ 20droger's post |  #8

What an imagination to come up with these. I dig it.


Have a wheelie nice day!

  
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Aug 03, 2014 16:18 |  #9

Thank you for a wonderful share. Arguably one of the most amazing things I have seen.


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Aug 03, 2014 17:28 |  #10

20droger wrote in post #17073994 (external link)
Indeed, some people still believe that bumblebees can't fly because their wings are too small for their mass. Bumblebees, however, don't believe this and fly anyway, which just goes to show that the average bumblebee is smarter than some people.


Additionally, some people of high intellect extrapolate and conclude that the ability of the bumblebee to fly suggests an ability to reach the moon and therefore conclude that bumblebees can fly to the moon, their aspirations sustaining them where their wings fail.

Bumblebees, however, know better.


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Aug 03, 2014 17:35 |  #11

Wow! How creative is that?????????? Thanks for sharing.




  
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Aug 04, 2014 01:34 |  #12

I made dioramas with my son when he was in elementary school.
Nothing this creative and grand. Amazing work.




  
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Aug 04, 2014 01:48 |  #13

That guy is officially awesome! Great work there.


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