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Quit her job in the office for the sake of self-expression

Imagine how you quit it all – boring job in the center of the city, failed relationships, and rush into the heart of wild Australia. Towards the realization of dreams and adventures. That’s exactly what Julie Fletcher did 12 years ago, after leaving Sydney in pursuit of incredible images.
Fletcher photos show the majestic beauty far from civilization, south of Australia. In her works, the photographer captured everything that somehow caused her interest – from the barren desert landscape to the heavenly ocean beaches.

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Dark world of machines

Peter Majkut from Slovakia has created the project “Dark World machines”, which includes elements of science fiction and other galaxies.The pictures were taken in the construction of the motorway D1, and then processed, glued together into a panorama. Each frame required up to 10 hours.

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Wire fairies

Robin Wight creates fabulous sculptures made of steel wire. First he makes steel frame, then formes the skeleton and muscles of the body. According to White, in every fairy he keeps stone “heart”, with engraved message.

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Shocking photo: garbage that people produce in just a week

Photographer Gregg Segal has set out to show us what a week’s worth of your garbage looks like. His ongoing project called “7 Days Of Garbage” portrays people from different socioeconomic backgrounds, photographing them lying in the trash they accumulated in a week.While some subjects filtered out the most disgusting garbage in their bags, others let all of the contents be photographed. Takeout boxes, crumpled paper, orange peels, and empty bottles form a bed under the subjects, painting a picture of their different lifestyles.

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Feathers as a canvas

Brenda Lyons – painter, illustrator and jewelry maker, is currently in Connecticut, USA. She received a bachelor’s degree in art studio in Rocky Mountain College and earned a MFA in Illustration in Savannah College of Art and Design.In a series called Painted Feathers, Lyon uses turkey feathers collected during molting, as canvas and uses acrylic paint directly on the feathers to create incredible portraits of animals.

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