“Andy Prokh of Saint Petersburg, Russia spends his days working as an economist, but its his passion for photography that has garnered him international attention on the Internet as of late. Prokh has been shooting photographs of his four year old daughter Catherine spending time with his six-year-old British shorthaired tomcat Lilu. The photographs capture the friendship the two family members have after having spent most of their lives together under one roof.”
The photographs all have a similar grungy aesthetic, and although some of them clearly have a touch of Photoshop trickery, most of them rely on chance and capturing the right moment in which Lilu decides to “play along”.
Free Spirit 3.0
a Woman behind the door
Jodhpur , India ( April,2013 )
LFI M9 Master Shot Selected
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By: P. Bradshaw
Canon EOS T3
A Sucker Every Minute, 2013.
A milk bottle I found in some woods with vegetation growing inside. I keep it on a windowsill, its still going strong a year later.
If you are on Tumblr staring at your computer screen with apathy and boredom, the cure for indifference might be to awaken your wild curiosity for how the natural world works. Mother nature does not have a happy ending because hers is a never-ending story. However, the human species may decide to end its own story on earth prematurely by continuing to make the same choices that it has been making since the industrial revolution. These choices are based on an economic model that depends on infinite resources and unlimited economic growth. That is a fairy tale. If we continue to believe these things we will suffer the consequences. We cannot change the laws of physics and it is a fact that there are now seven billion people crowded on this planet consuming resources at an unsustainable rate. Let us say goodbye to those who encourage us to live in delusion. Let us say goodbye to creating more environmental conferences where businessmen and politicians read speeches they did not write so they can agree yet again on maintaining the status quo. It is time to ask harder questions. We need a paradigm shift.—Gregory Colbert