stork foto for sell
black and white photo of a stork. like there was a bad day...
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mosquitoes
decorative bamboo sticks
A channel used as a way to get to places, travelling in a staight line towards all the wishes that are left to unravel, disengaging the faze desires to walk a different path or go through a different journy, colliding with the thought of being lost and forgotten, or wandering around.
purple stones, bottom
mushrooms of different colors at the bottom of the sea, several types of fungus live right on adnom stone, and next to them a little sea urchin, crystal-clear view.
day, tropical, reflection
The bag hanging low from the top of the ceiling, melting slowly to then fall to the floor and fill it with itself. The punching of time wore out the beautiful product of nature, that now will return to itself turning old and rotten, doing loops in the cycle of life.
melon cantaloupe melons
The rough, brown outer skin gives way to the light green succulent sweet inner flesh that is tipped in pleasing orange at the core. The emergence of distinct patterns into a rich fading and blending of natural colours depicts this image of slices of freshly cut melon.
pictures of sleeping dogs
A lone dog lounges by the side walk on the lawn area by a few nearby shops and restaurants with a few pigeons scattered nearby foraging for food. The creatures idly take in the warm afternoon sun, unconcerned by each other’s presence or the hectic surroundings.
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spider
photo portrait , old room
A large slightly blurred Polaroid photo portrait of a man is displayed on the decrepit wall of a crumbling building. Thought the photo is fairly unremarkable, it is framed by a marked but sturdy discoloured doorframe that gives the simply photo a macabre sense.
hardworking ants
An army of large black ants devour a ripe kinglet fruit in the heat of the afternoon sun. The discarded partially decomposed yellow fruit left on a dirt road is scavenged by the industrious army of workers to provide well need nutrition for their colony.