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Hyper Realistic Oil Paintings
Patrick Kramer, who is a perfectionist, creates his artworks in a hyper realistic way. Oil paintings, originally from photos, take from 1 – 6 weeks to complete each.
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Hyper Realistic Oil Paintings
Patrick Kramer, who is a perfectionist, creates his artworks in a hyper realistic way. Oil paintings, originally from photos, take from 1 – 6 weeks to complete each.
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Hyper Realistic Oil Paintings
Patrick Kramer, who is a perfectionist, creates his artworks in a hyper realistic way. Oil paintings, originally from photos, take from 1 – 6 weeks to complete each.
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Hyper Realistic Oil Paintings
Patrick Kramer, who is a perfectionist, creates his artworks in a hyper realistic way. Oil paintings, originally from photos, take from 1 – 6 weeks to complete each.
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Hyper Realistic Oil Paintings
Patrick Kramer, who is a perfectionist, creates his artworks in a hyper realistic way. Oil paintings, originally from photos, take from 1 – 6 weeks to complete each.
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Hyper Realistic Oil Paintings
Patrick Kramer, who is a perfectionist, creates his artworks in a hyper realistic way. Oil paintings, originally from photos, take from 1 – 6 weeks to complete each.
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Hyper Realistic Oil Paintings
Patrick Kramer, who is a perfectionist, creates his artworks in a hyper realistic way. Oil paintings, originally from photos, take from 1 – 6 weeks to complete each.
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Hyper Realistic Oil Paintings
Patrick Kramer, who is a perfectionist, creates his artworks in a hyper realistic way. Oil paintings, originally from photos, take from 1 – 6 weeks to complete each.
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Hyper Realistic Oil Paintings
Patrick Kramer, who is a perfectionist, creates his artworks in a hyper realistic way. Oil paintings, originally from photos, take from 1 – 6 weeks to complete each.
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Hyper Realistic Oil Paintings
Patrick Kramer, who is a perfectionist, creates his artworks in a hyper realistic way. Oil paintings, originally from photos, take from 1 – 6 weeks to complete each.
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Hyper Realistic Oil Paintings

Patrick Kramer, who is a perfectionist, creates his artworks in a hyper realistic way. Oil paintings, originally from photos, take from 1 – 6 weeks to complete each.

Impressive work by London-based digital artist Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz titled MILK. He made “Liquid Illustrations”with milk and water, frozen in time and morphed into high fashion. 
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Impressive work by London-based digital artist Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz titled MILK. He made “Liquid Illustrations”with milk and water, frozen in time and morphed into high fashion. 
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Impressive work by London-based digital artist Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz titled MILK. He made “Liquid Illustrations”with milk and water, frozen in time and morphed into high fashion. 
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Impressive work by London-based digital artist Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz titled MILK. He made “Liquid Illustrations”with milk and water, frozen in time and morphed into high fashion. 
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Impressive work by London-based digital artist Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz titled MILK. He made “Liquid Illustrations”with milk and water, frozen in time and morphed into high fashion. 
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Impressive work by London-based digital artist Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz titled MILK. He made “Liquid Illustrations”with milk and water, frozen in time and morphed into high fashion. 
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Impressive work by London-based digital artist Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz titled MILK. He made “Liquid Illustrations”with milk and water, frozen in time and morphed into high fashion. 
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Impressive work by London-based digital artist Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz titled MILK. He made “Liquid Illustrations”with milk and water, frozen in time and morphed into high fashion. 
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Impressive work by London-based digital artist Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz titled MILK. He made “Liquid Illustrations”with milk and water, frozen in time and morphed into high fashion. 
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Impressive work by London-based digital artist Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz titled MILK. He made “Liquid Illustrations”with milk and water, frozen in time and morphed into high fashion. 
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Impressive work by London-based digital artist Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz titled MILK. He made “Liquid Illustrations”with milk and water, frozen in time and morphed into high fashion. 

Captivating Black-And-White Street Photos Of Hong Kong From The 1950s
When photographer Fan Ho wandered the streets of Hong Kong’s old Central as a teenager armed with a Rolleiflex, he received varying reactions, ranging from intimidating stares by butchers, to enthusiastic smiles from girls who asked to be photographed twice. 
The award-winning photographer captured the quaint activities that took place in the old Central in the 1950s, with photos that showed the residents having a quick meal by the steps, and streets filled with coolies and rickshaw drivers. 
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Captivating Black-And-White Street Photos Of Hong Kong From The 1950s
When photographer Fan Ho wandered the streets of Hong Kong’s old Central as a teenager armed with a Rolleiflex, he received varying reactions, ranging from intimidating stares by butchers, to enthusiastic smiles from girls who asked to be photographed twice. 
The award-winning photographer captured the quaint activities that took place in the old Central in the 1950s, with photos that showed the residents having a quick meal by the steps, and streets filled with coolies and rickshaw drivers. 
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Captivating Black-And-White Street Photos Of Hong Kong From The 1950s
When photographer Fan Ho wandered the streets of Hong Kong’s old Central as a teenager armed with a Rolleiflex, he received varying reactions, ranging from intimidating stares by butchers, to enthusiastic smiles from girls who asked to be photographed twice. 
The award-winning photographer captured the quaint activities that took place in the old Central in the 1950s, with photos that showed the residents having a quick meal by the steps, and streets filled with coolies and rickshaw drivers. 
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Captivating Black-And-White Street Photos Of Hong Kong From The 1950s
When photographer Fan Ho wandered the streets of Hong Kong’s old Central as a teenager armed with a Rolleiflex, he received varying reactions, ranging from intimidating stares by butchers, to enthusiastic smiles from girls who asked to be photographed twice. 
The award-winning photographer captured the quaint activities that took place in the old Central in the 1950s, with photos that showed the residents having a quick meal by the steps, and streets filled with coolies and rickshaw drivers. 
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Captivating Black-And-White Street Photos Of Hong Kong From The 1950s
When photographer Fan Ho wandered the streets of Hong Kong’s old Central as a teenager armed with a Rolleiflex, he received varying reactions, ranging from intimidating stares by butchers, to enthusiastic smiles from girls who asked to be photographed twice. 
The award-winning photographer captured the quaint activities that took place in the old Central in the 1950s, with photos that showed the residents having a quick meal by the steps, and streets filled with coolies and rickshaw drivers. 
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Captivating Black-And-White Street Photos Of Hong Kong From The 1950s
When photographer Fan Ho wandered the streets of Hong Kong’s old Central as a teenager armed with a Rolleiflex, he received varying reactions, ranging from intimidating stares by butchers, to enthusiastic smiles from girls who asked to be photographed twice. 
The award-winning photographer captured the quaint activities that took place in the old Central in the 1950s, with photos that showed the residents having a quick meal by the steps, and streets filled with coolies and rickshaw drivers. 
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Captivating Black-And-White Street Photos Of Hong Kong From The 1950s
When photographer Fan Ho wandered the streets of Hong Kong’s old Central as a teenager armed with a Rolleiflex, he received varying reactions, ranging from intimidating stares by butchers, to enthusiastic smiles from girls who asked to be photographed twice. 
The award-winning photographer captured the quaint activities that took place in the old Central in the 1950s, with photos that showed the residents having a quick meal by the steps, and streets filled with coolies and rickshaw drivers. 
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Captivating Black-And-White Street Photos Of Hong Kong From The 1950s
When photographer Fan Ho wandered the streets of Hong Kong’s old Central as a teenager armed with a Rolleiflex, he received varying reactions, ranging from intimidating stares by butchers, to enthusiastic smiles from girls who asked to be photographed twice. 
The award-winning photographer captured the quaint activities that took place in the old Central in the 1950s, with photos that showed the residents having a quick meal by the steps, and streets filled with coolies and rickshaw drivers. 
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Captivating Black-And-White Street Photos Of Hong Kong From The 1950s
When photographer Fan Ho wandered the streets of Hong Kong’s old Central as a teenager armed with a Rolleiflex, he received varying reactions, ranging from intimidating stares by butchers, to enthusiastic smiles from girls who asked to be photographed twice. 
The award-winning photographer captured the quaint activities that took place in the old Central in the 1950s, with photos that showed the residents having a quick meal by the steps, and streets filled with coolies and rickshaw drivers. 
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Captivating Black-And-White Street Photos Of Hong Kong From The 1950s

When photographer Fan Ho wandered the streets of Hong Kong’s old Central as a teenager armed with a Rolleiflex, he received varying reactions, ranging from intimidating stares by butchers, to enthusiastic smiles from girls who asked to be photographed twice. 

The award-winning photographer captured the quaint activities that took place in the old Central in the 1950s, with photos that showed the residents having a quick meal by the steps, and streets filled with coolies and rickshaw drivers. 

Beautiful Close-Up Photos Reveal Portuguese Man-Of-Wars’ Stinging Tentacles

If you happen to see any of these beauties washed ashore at Florida’s beaches, do stay away—these Portuguese man-of-wars, an organism related to jellyfishes, are packed with nasty stings. 

What you can do, though, is to examine the man-of-wars from a safe distance, thanks to photographer Aaron Ansarov’s breathtaking up-close photos and videos of its beautiful features. 

Ansarov’s photos of these mysterious marine invertebrate, which landed a feature on National Geographic, revealed its fascinating tangle of tentacles in various patterns, sizes, and colors. 

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