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Tue.03.01.2011  本日の浮遊  Today's Levitation

Tue.03.01.2011 本日の浮遊 Today's Levitation

Say cheese! This inquisitive vole decides to take charge of a photo shoot. It had managed to climb up on a piece of moss which gave the little vole a perfect view through the camera's viewfinder.  Photographer Simon Roy captured the images in his back garden at his home near York in North Yorkshire.

Say cheese! This inquisitive vole decides to take charge of a photo shoot. It had managed to climb up on a piece of moss which gave the little vole a perfect view through the camera's viewfinder. Photographer Simon Roy captured the images in his back garden at his home near York in North Yorkshire.

Who's work is this?  They make all of my favorite posters and I need to find out who's behind it.

Who's work is this? They make all of my favorite posters and I need to find out who's behind it.

Japanese photographer Natsumi Hayashi glides through Tokyo without ever really touching her feet to the ground. At least that’s what it seems in her Levitation photographs where Hayashi floats along in otherwise ordinary scenes.

The Girl Who Loves to Levitate (Part 2)

Japanese photographer Natsumi Hayashi glides through Tokyo without ever really touching her feet to the ground. At least that’s what it seems in her Levitation photographs where Hayashi floats along in otherwise ordinary scenes.

Random Inspiration #12

Random Inspiration #12

If you would like to check out all our Random Inspiration posts go to – Linxspiration You can check out the previous episode here – Random Inspiration

Chelsea stunned Bayern Munich to win the Champions League for the first time as Didier Drogba struck the decisive blow in a penalty shootout at the Allianz Arena following a tension-soaked final which ended 1-1 after extra time on Saturday.  Drogba, who had equalised for Chelsea two minutes from the end of normal time, rolled the winning kick past

Chelsea stunned Bayern Munich to win the Champions League for the first time as Didier Drogba struck the decisive blow in a penalty shootout at the Allianz Arena following a tension-soaked final which ended 1-1 after extra time on Saturday. Drogba, who had equalised for Chelsea two minutes from the end of normal time, rolled the winning kick past

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