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abandoned-playgrounds:Always Abandonment in Detroit it...

abandoned-playgrounds : Always Abandonment in Detroit it seems. DETROIT, I love this city

Photography by Adeolu Osibodu I’m Adeolu Osibodu, a... crss

Photography by Adeolu Osibodu I’m Adeolu Osibodu, a 20-year-old photographer from Nigeria, West Africa. In 2015, I decided I wanted to channel my emotions, state of mind, and how I saw the world into a visual craft. I didn’t want to have to talk too much to express myself. I ended up starting out in photography with my smartphone. The process of framing a mood out of nothing but fragments of ideas in your head is the most beautiful thing one can experience. It wasn’t until mid-2016 that I started to take it more seriously and put my work online. I’m currently dabbling in fashion work with brands that are unique, full of mystery and have stories to be told. Enjoy past photography features and follow us on Facebook . posted by tu recepcja crss

Photography by Adeolu Osibodu I’m Adeolu Osibodu, a...

Photography by Adeolu Osibodu I’m Adeolu Osibodu, a 20-year-old photographer from Nigeria, West Africa. In 2015, I decided I wanted to channel my emotions, state of mind, and how I saw the world into a visual craft. I didn’t want to have to talk too much to express myself. I ended up starting out in photography with my smartphone. The process of framing a mood out of nothing but fragments of ideas in your head is the most beautiful thing one can experience. It wasn’t until mid-2016 that I started to take it more seriously and put my work online. I’m currently dabbling in fashion work with brands that are unique, full of mystery and have stories to be told. Enjoy past photography features and follow us on Facebook . posted by tu recepcja

jaded-mandarin: Peter Paul Rubens. Detail from Tereus...

jaded-mandarin : Peter Paul Rubens. Detail from Tereus Confronted with the Head of his Son Itys , 1636-38. Tereus was a Thracian king, the son of Ares and husband of Procne. Procne and Tereus had a son, Itys . Tereus desired his wife’s sister, Philomela. He forced himself upon her, then cut her tongue out and held her captive so she could never tell anyone. He told his wife that her sister had died. Philomela wove letters in a tapestry depicting Tereus’s crime and sent it secretly to Procne. In revenge, Procne killed her and Tereus’ son Itys and served his flesh in a meal to his father Tereus. When Tereus learned what she had done, he tried to kill the sisters but all three were changed by the Olympian Gods into birds: Tereus became a hoopoe; Philomela became the nightingale whose song is a song of mourning for the loss of innocence; Procne became the swallow.

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Goldleaf, Sam RodriguezFollow us on #insta

Goldleaf, Sam Rodriguez Follow us on #insta