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look forward to their cooperation hah~~ regram @benwhishawed
I adore this picture!! It would be a brilliant combination between these two! I actually watch Sherlock, and I love him. But what do you think? 🇬🇧

look forward to their cooperation hah~~ regram @benwhishawed
I adore this picture!! It would be a brilliant combination between these two! I actually watch Sherlock, and I love him. But what do you think? 🇬🇧

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Who are you going with? (在 佳美达)

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Who are you going with? (在 佳美达)

哇!!!大嘴同!!!regram @soulboykhalilfong
This is the Freddie King blues face.

哇!!!大嘴同!!!regram @soulboykhalilfong
This is the Freddie King blues face.

动起来!

动起来!

叶文燕

叶文燕

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chocolate avocado smoothie

regram @jillianguyette
chocolate avocado smoothie

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A creative gift from my old friend…it’s the hard disk that I recorded my first songs on.

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A creative gift from my old friend…it’s the hard disk that I recorded my first songs on.

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“I live in the English countryside and work as an agronomist, so I’m always outdoors in fields,” says Luke Cotton (@takemeonacruise), whose Instagram feed is filled with beautiful foggy landscapes. Capturing fog is an art form, and Luke provided these tips for those who want try their hand at fog photography: “Trees dominate the landscape where I live, and I find myself constantly scouting out new solo trees or perspectives. I like vanishing points so make the most of what lanes, tracks, fences or hedges can add. I try to shoot at golden hour as it adds drama to the landscape. I’m regularly looking for signs of mist or fog hopefully combined with some sun. I also track the time of sunrise and sunset. The light at dawn is my favorite, but you need to be up early to make the most of it.” “I tend to use the Camera+ app for the stabilizer function. I often edit in VSCO, but for the subtle light at dawn I just tweak the photo a little in Afterlight. I try and crop to the rule of thirds but sometimes just go with feel.” To see more photos from the foggy English countryside, follow @takemeonacruise.

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“I live in the English countryside and work as an agronomist, so I’m always outdoors in fields,” says Luke Cotton (@takemeonacruise), whose Instagram feed is filled with beautiful foggy landscapes. Capturing fog is an art form, and Luke provided these tips for those who want try their hand at fog photography: “Trees dominate the landscape where I live, and I find myself constantly scouting out new solo trees or perspectives. I like vanishing points so make the most of what lanes, tracks, fences or hedges can add. I try to shoot at golden hour as it adds drama to the landscape. I’m regularly looking for signs of mist or fog hopefully combined with some sun. I also track the time of sunrise and sunset. The light at dawn is my favorite, but you need to be up early to make the most of it.” “I tend to use the Camera+ app for the stabilizer function. I often edit in VSCO, but for the subtle light at dawn I just tweak the photo a little in Afterlight. I try and crop to the rule of thirds but sometimes just go with feel.” To see more photos from the foggy English countryside, follow @takemeonacruise.

杜智桓  Chester To

杜智桓 Chester To

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up🎈

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up🎈

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翻译成中文后真美:世人对我的百般友好、万般爱护,又怎及得上你不经意间的回眸一笑?regram @relationnships
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再来一张,阳光小美女,哈哈哈

再来一张,阳光小美女,哈哈哈

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PHOTO OF THE DAY 29 oct 2013 @02q • judge @luka04 • daily video contest @videooftheday

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PHOTO OF THE DAY 29 oct 2013 @02q • judge @luka04 • daily video contest @videooftheday

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澤東哥

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澤東哥

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不要被瑣事掩蓋了你的初衷

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不要被瑣事掩蓋了你的初衷