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Seriously, no, they're creepy without the shell. Just no.

Ooh, ooh, I know! Were they sitting in their glass shell all day looking intriguingly gross? Maybe with some occassional scuttling?

Going by the name paperboyo, Instagrammer Rich McCor has developed a unique style of photography that uses paper cutouts to interact with European landmarks

British photographer uses paper cutouts to cheekily transform European landmarks

popping water balloons on a high speed camera.

Genius, London based Edward Horsford is the photographer who captures different stages of popping water balloons on a high speed camera.

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Beautiful ‘Alice in Wonderland’-Inspired Underwater Photos

Photoshop wizard Cristian Girotto‘s photo series L’Enfant Extérieur (the outer child) takes his subjects’ inner children and brings them, quite literally, to the surface. In the series, Girotto explores what adults would look like if men and women never left the cuteness of infancy — at least in some respects. Each photo, originally captured by photographer Quentin Curtat, shows the subject ‘shopped to look like a toddler.    The resulting images are cute with a big dash of creepy:

Bizarre Series of Portraits Shows Adults 'Shopped to Look Like Toddlers

'The outer child' (somewhere inside each of us, there's a young core, instinctive, creative but also innocent and naïve - series of manipulated photos) by Cristian Girotto

Colorful Exploding Water Balloons - My Modern Metropolis

High-Speed Photos Capture the Moment Water Balloons Explode

Edward Horsford's high-speed photography freezes the spherical innards of water balloons — just as the balloon skins break open, and just before they splash to the floor.