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57 Followers, 72 Following, 20 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Natalie Edwards (@ignataliedwards)

57 Followers, 72 Following, 20 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Natalie Edwards (@ignataliedwards)

Very cool! Rainy Day Reflections. Rain photography, urban photography, street photography.

Very cool! Rainy Day Reflections. Rain photography, urban photography, street photography.

Canadian photographer Mathew Guido was commissioned by Schon! Magazine to shoot this striking fashion editorial featuring Kenyan model Naro Lokuruka.  More beauty photography via Behance

Canadian photographer Mathew Guido was commissioned by Schon! Magazine to shoot this striking fashion editorial featuring Kenyan model Naro Lokuruka. More beauty photography via Behance

The Gates of Hell aren't covered in Fire. No, they're cold and built with Concrete

The Gates of Hell aren't covered in Fire. No, they're cold and built with Concrete

((Closed, Roy/Layla)) It was a world of endless possibility. Freedom at last. The two walked down the street, Roy marveling at how the light reflected off the wet asphalt. The depot was close by, he thought. But all that mattered was one thing. They were out. They escaped, and they planned to keep it that way, come hell or high water. "Now, let's go find that train."

((Closed, Roy/Layla)) It was a world of endless possibility. Freedom at last. The two walked down the street, Roy marveling at how the light reflected off the wet asphalt. The depot was close by, he thought. But all that mattered was one thing. They were out. They escaped, and they planned to keep it that way, come hell or high water. "Now, let's go find that train."

9,750 Me gusta, 77 comentarios - Create & Explore (@createexplore) en Instagram: "My favourite thing to shoot is portraits. There is so much to be told form the subtle nuances of…"

9,750 Me gusta, 77 comentarios - Create & Explore (@createexplore) en Instagram: "My favourite thing to shoot is portraits. There is so much to be told form the subtle nuances of…"