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How often do you second guess yourself? It’s a trick of the negative side to make us waste precious energy worrying if we made the right choice, or the wrong one. Once you’ve made a decision, don’t look back. Even if it ends up not being the best choice, it’s still one we can learn from.

Contrast, scale, shadow, and negative space- everything a photo should be! by Eke Miedaner

SOLVE SUNDSBO, NUMERO 93 MAY 2008 EDITA VILKEVICIUTE: okay. going to pin basically the whole thing.

Double helix staircase... The inner bio-nerd in me just got a littleee too excited over a staircase that's the same shape as DNA lol.

AWESOME SHOT! 2009 Absa Cape Epic Stage 6, Western Cape, South Africa. Photo by Gary Perkin Love the perspective.

This would be a cute picture of Haleigh :) I love her little profile in her shadow. It would be a perfect way to capture it!

The shadows cast on this girls face are really beautiful, so the art of nature. This is something I would try and create in my wall art. Not necessarily on a persons face but I would like to try and re-create the way the shadows have been cast to create a mystical atmosphere with the right lift and wire.

(idea for 18x24 print sobra -Repinned by Southern California portrait photographer

Delight in Light - This could be painted/traced onto a garden wall or fence for an unusual conversation piece.

The leaves create shade in this photo, the same way they would create the shade desired in a Sukkah.