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Marie-José Van Hee - Pijpaert-Aers house, Oudenaarde 2009....

Marie-José Van Hee - Pijpaert-Aers house , Oudenaarde 2009. Photos © David Grandorge.

abandoned-playgrounds: Kaserne Krampnitz View pictures and find...

abandoned-playgrounds : Kaserne Krampnitz View pictures and find out more Here https://abandonedplaygrounds.com/2018/10/31/kaserne-krampnitz-the-abandoned-military-barracks-of-the-third-reich-used-in-inglorious-basterds/

crossconnectmag: Photography by Ken Hermann Explosion is a...

crossconnectmag : Photography by Ken Hermann Explosion is a personal project of Ken Hermann, Copenhagen, Denmark based artist, and it is the second in a series of two. Ken captures explosions milliseconds after detonation.   (…) This time a teamed up with a professional fireworker who was responsible of the explosions because in my first run I almost burned down a whole field with some home made stuff. The explosions are made of different kind fireworks all controlled from a safe distance with a controller. Some of the fireworks are modified a little bit to get the right look and feel. The challenge part is to capture the explosion in the right moment. There is a lot of stuff you can’t plan ahead but this is what I like about These kind of project. You never know what goes off. To see more photography from Ken Hermann visit his  website . Receive art updates from our Twitter feed posted by Margaret

crossconnectmag: Photography by Ken Hermann Explosion is a... crss

crossconnectmag : Photography by Ken Hermann Explosion is a personal project of Ken Hermann, Copenhagen, Denmark based artist, and it is the second in a series of two. Ken captures explosions milliseconds after detonation.   (…) This time a teamed up with a professional fireworker who was responsible of the explosions because in my first run I almost burned down a whole field with some home made stuff. The explosions are made of different kind fireworks all controlled from a safe distance with a controller. Some of the fireworks are modified a little bit to get the right look and feel. The challenge part is to capture the explosion in the right moment. There is a lot of stuff you can’t plan ahead but this is what I like about These kind of project. You never know what goes off. To see more photography from Ken Hermann visit his  website . Receive art updates from our Twitter feed posted by Margaret crss