"I’m like cat here, a no-name slob. We belong to nobody, and nobody belongs to us. We don’t even belong to each other."
The five photographs taken by Elsie Wright and Frances Griffiths from 1917-1920 in the village of Cottingley, Yorkshire, England. In 1983 the two cousins admitted that the pictures were faked using paper cutouts; Frances, however, insisted that that the final photograph, showing a group of faeries gathering in the grass, was genuine. The girls also maintained that, although the photographs might be hoaxed, they still witnessed faeries dancing at the bottom of their garden. The pictures still continue to mystify and enchant people even today.
Could any following photographers give me instruction on how to edit my photos like this or do I need a 35 mm camera
Cape Point, South Africa
Where the Indian and Atlantic Ocean meet.
This amazes me.
been right at this point
This reminds me of MarioKart and you drove off into the water and then you hit the darker blue water and you were basically fucked and had to give your coins to that creepy flying turtle thing.
two kinds of people