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blessingsupreme:

Photo by Christian Florin
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blessingsupreme:

Photo by Christian Florin

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trendgraphy:

JOYFORCE | Final by Daniel Mackey
Twitter: @Trendgrafeed
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instagram:

Looking through #viewfindersofthepast with @littlecoal

For more perspective-bending photos from vintage camera owners around the world, browse the #viewfindersofthepast hashtag. To see more of Eric’s life in Ohio through the lens of his Bosley, follow @littlecoal on Instagram.

When Ohio schoolteacher and Instagrammer Eric Ward (@littlecoal) received an old film camera that had belonged to his wife’s grandfather, the connection was instantaneous. “I immediately fell in love with the glass and the unique feel you get looking down through a viewfinder of that age,” he says. “I imagined all that he had seen through the same viewfinder and wanted to find a way to continue what he had started.”

Eric continues that story on Instagram with his camera, a Bolsey Model C Twin Lens Reflex from the 1950s with a top-down viewfinder. By taking a photo from above with his phone, Eric discovered he could capture two subjects at once: the camera itself and what the camera “sees” through its lens. “For me, it connected the camera’s past with today’s reality,” he says.

He started the #viewfindersofthepast hashtag to keep track of the photos he was taking, and over time it took off in the community. “Others have started to add photos from a variety of other film cameras,” he says, “which I think is perfect!”

Jul 9, 2014 / 2,396 notes
patagonia:

Chris Tietz stand up paddle boarding on the Rio Grande in Big Bend National Park.
Submitted by: Reagan Hackleman
instagram @crhphotos
Jul 6, 2014 / 214 notes

patagonia:

Chris Tietz stand up paddle boarding on the Rio Grande in Big Bend National Park.

Submitted by: Reagan Hackleman

instagram @crhphotos

Jul 3, 2014 / 251 notes

smallandtinyhomeideas:

TAKT Copper House

A butterfly roof allows both views and admits winter sun while privacy for its occupants and neighbours is maintained.

A dark concrete slab defines the platform for living, providing a sensuous surface with its hand waxed finish. A steel structure enabled the roof to be constructed first, and all fit out work completed under its shelter.

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mymodernmet:

Creative agency Leo Burnett France created a delightfully clever set of illustrations for the new Jeep ad campaign: “See whatever you want to see.” When viewed one way, each image shows an animal. When turned upside-down, however, a second creature is revealed in the illustration.

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mymodernmet:

Tree house architect Alex Shirley-Smith designed the Tentsile, a portable, suspended tree tent that would allow people to experience the magic of hanging out in the branchesThis innovative product has the comfort and versatility of a hammock with the security and multi-person occupancy of a tent.

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mymodernmet:

French artist Gilbert Legrand adds some whimsy to everyday objects by transforming them into delightful characters.

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brianfulda:

Roadtrip for the weekend.

Yosemite, 2013.

mostly nature

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