Artist combines street art with nature to create art like none you’ve seen before

Street art has come a long way since its origins of
unsanctioned spray painted scrawlings in urban areas, but it
still inspires us to think, see beauty and dream. Street art
can completely transform and revitalize a neighborhood. And
when it seamlessly integrates with the natural surroundings… it
becomes magic.

Here are 20 beautiful examples of street art that blend in with
nature.

 

Guy Gets Professional Pictures With His Cat, And They End Up Looking Like Engagement Photos

What do you do if have a ridiculously photogenic cat? You both go to pose for a professional photographer, duh.

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One 21-year-old guy took his cat, Charlie, a 1.5-year-old Russian Blue mix, to a professional photo shoot with the idea to print one of the pictures on a canvas for his mom as a Mother’s Day gift. Throughout the photoshoot, Charlie would hold tightly onto his human for a close-up shot, and would gently pose in his arms or lap.

The two best friends obviously share an indestructible bond: “(The pictures) ended up looking more like engagement photos,” the guy jokingly said. The camera-friendly feline seems to be born a model, and their images are really worth a canvas and a frame!

One 21-year-old guy took his cat, Charlie, a 1.5-year-old Russian Blue mix, to a professional photo shoot

He wanted to print one of their photos on a canvas for his mom as a Mother’s Day gift

Throughout the photoshoot, Charlie would hold tightly onto his human for a close-up shot, and would gently pose in his arms or lap

“(The pictures) ended up looking more like engagement photos,” the guy jokingly said

The camera-friendly feline seems to be born a model

Because Charlie didn’t seem to mind the photoshoot at all

And every one of their images is certainly worth a canvas and a frame!

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Our Small World Through The Lens Of Russian Photographer Sergey Maximishin

Let me share with you a set of photos by Sergey Maximishin, one
of the famous russian photographer. Here are pictures of
different years, from different countries, and a series of
journalistic photo stories. Sergey Maximishin is winner of many
international and national competitions and festivals (twice
prizewinner of World Press Photo, for example), exhibited in
Russia and abroad. He collaborates with the world’s leading
media, teacher photos, which raised already a generation of
great photographers.

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Sergey Maximishin was born in 1964. Spent childhood in Kerch,
the Crimea. Moved to Leningrad in 1982. Served in the Soviet
army as a photographer the Soviet Military Force Group on Cuba
from 1985 to 1987. Graduated from Leningrad Politechnical
Inctitute in 1991 with a B.A. in physics. Worked in the
laboratory of scientific and technical expertise in the
Hermitage Museum. Graduated from St-Petersburg Faculty of
photojournalism in 1998. In 1999-2003 was a staff photographer
for the “Izvestia” newspaper. Since 2003 works with a German
agency “Focus”.

“I Got Professional Pictures With My Cat But They Ended Up Looking Like Engagement Photos”

What do you do if have a ridiculously photogenic cat? You both go to pose for a professional photographer, duh.

Show Full Text

One 21-year-old guy took his cat, Charlie, a 1.5-year-old Russian Blue mix, to a professional photo shoot with the idea to print one of the pictures on a canvas for his mom as a Mother’s Day gift. Throughout the photoshoot, Charlie would hold tightly onto his human for a close-up shot, and would gently pose in his arms or lap.

The two best friends obviously share an indestructible bond: “(The pictures) ended up looking more like engagement photos,” the guy jokingly said. The camera-friendly feline seems to be born a model, and their images are really worth a canvas and a frame!

One 21-year-old guy took his cat, Charlie, a 1.5-year-old Russian Blue mix, to a professional photo shoot

He wanted to print one of their photos on a canvas for his mom as a Mother’s Day gift

Throughout the photoshoot, Charlie would hold tightly onto his human for a close-up shot, and would gently pose in his arms or lap

“(The pictures) ended up looking more like engagement photos,” the guy jokingly said

The camera-friendly feline seems to be born a model

Because Charlie didn’t seem to mind the photoshoot at all

And every one of their images is certainly worth a canvas and a frame!

This post appeared first on this website