Happiest of birthdays to an old friend, collaborator, and co-conspirator @angus.samuel! I’m glad to know you, old man. And congrats on fatherhood!
(photos from an installation at the Pastificio Elettrico in the earliest days of the @broken_jump collective, shot by of @kellamjon for @rapsodia_magazine, since it’s the most recent thing we’ve made together with any sort of decent documentation)
From the sacred to the phallic, from mundane countryside sceneries to ornate, colourful masks of gods and deities--Balinese wood-carving is as much a legend as the stories and sceneries that it so often depicts.
Wood-carving evolved in Bali as a form of spiritual devotion and until the 20th century, carvings were exclusively used in temples and palaces. Decorative panels, ornate doors, figures of the deities and masks were created for ceremonial use and often had the function of warding off malevolent spirits.
Night Beauty. ➡️
Shot by @Social.Maven
P.S.- See the stars moving? This shot was taken at 11:00 pm. Wanted to do star trail but there was not many stars here so i settled till here.
P.P.S.- Guess the ISO in this photo.
Shot on Canon EOS 1300D
Date of shot- 26 May, 2018
Lens used- 10-18mm ultra wide angle lens
Shutter speed- 90 seconds
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Happy birthday Rachel! I knew we would be friends the day I met you in CST 100 with VO. You were one of the first people to get their picture taken by me when I was trash at photography. Much love, hope you have a great day. Ps your couch isn’t that uncomfortable (currently on my phone watching YouTube videos on street photography there) 💕. #justfriends