Furniture & Undertaking - Stafford, Kansas
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The apparent original occupant of this building in Stafford, Kansas.
Furniture & Undertaking
Loretta's Cafe on Minnesota Avenue in Kansas City, Kansas
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Loretta's Cafe in Kansas City, Kansas
Kansas City, Kansas
Loretta's Cafe on Minnesota Avenue in Kansas City, Kansas has a cool vintage sign complete with a 1950s lighted feature. The globe with pin lights isn't quite a complete "sputnik" feature like some sign features from this time period, so I'm going to call it an "astrosphere. In essence its a poor man's space-age feature.
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Winona, Kansas. I lived here for a year growing up. Dad taught school and coached.
Old schoolhouse in Winona, Kansas.
Church, Winona, Kansas
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"barely in the shade" | jimsawthat
Barely in the shade
Barely in the shade
Bear balancing & alinement (alignment) service in Atchison, Kansas.
The Curtis Cafe Stafford, Kansas. The walls are lined with completed jigsaw puzzles, the menus are hand written and the pie homemade at this small town time capsule
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The Curtis Cafe (Stafford, KS) #vintage #neon #sign
Andrew Osokin's macro photographs of snowflakes and ice formations
♕ beautiful photos of real snowflakes captured using macro lens by Russian photographer Andrey Osokin
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Russian photographer Andrew Osokin is a master at winter macro photography. His photo collection is choke full of gorgeous super-close up photographs of insects, flowers, snow and frost. Among his most impressive shots are photographs of individual snowflakes that have fallen upon the ground and are in the process of melting away.
A real-life snowflake - Isn't this one of the most beautiful things you've ever seen? Winter Wonderlands
Now THIS is macro photography. Beautiful photos of real snowflakes captured using macro lens by Russian photographer Andrey Osokin
Recommended by http://koslopolis.com - Lifestyle Magazine New York City - ♕ beautiful photos of real snowflakes captured using macro lens by Russian photographer Andrey Osokin
Russian photographer Andrew Osokin is a master of winter macro photography. http://wp.me/p3jUQl-1i #photography #snowflakes #snowflakesphoto #EtherealMacroPhotos #macro #macrophotography
Russian photographer Andrew Osokin is a master of winter macro photography. His photo collection is chock full of gorgeous super-close-up photographs of in
Beautiful photos of real snowflakes captured using macro lens by Russian photographer Andrew Osokin
With Andrew Osokin, the passion for macro photography doesn't stop at snowflakes. He is a master of winter macro photography, capturing with his camera temporary moments of purity, symmetry and ethereal beauty. I'm presenting you today some of his snowflakes photos, so impressive it's making me think I should take a magnifier next time I take a trip to the store. He used a NikonD80 or Nikon D90 DSLR with 60mm/90mm macro lens to capture these temporary moments of beauty. See more macro photography of snowflakes and snow crystals by Andrew Osokin here.
Photos: Andrew Osokin Check out these beautiful images of snow flakes and other ice structures thanks to Russian photographer Andrew Osokin. On his LensArt profile he has some really beautiful pictures, and over 480 of them so take your time and look. Link | Via Colossal...
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