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“I know a 'face' where the wild thyme blows, Where oxlips and the nodding violet grows, Quite over-canopied with luscious woodbine, With sweet musk-roses and with eglantine.” William Shakespeare, A Midsummer Night's Dream

I don't like showing a lot of my face in photos, so instead I create surreal and double exposure portraits.

I don't like showing a lot of my face in photos, so instead I create surreal and double exposure portraits. I've always loved double exposure portraits, I think

Simon Hart Simon Hart The composition in this photo is leading lines as the trees lead your eyes up and down in the way they are placed. Another composition is rule of thirds as it has be cleverly placed to fit on the lines. I really like the sinister feeling I get and if I was in this photo I could image a crows screeching in the woods/trees.

Simon Hart Simon Hart The composition in this photo is leading lines as the trees lead your eyes up and down in the way they are placed. Another composition is rule of thirds as it has be cleverly placed to fit on the lines.

Double exposure portraits by Antonio Mora (a.k.a. Mylovt). He blends human and nature into surreal hybrid artworks. Mora works with images he’d found browsing through online databases, magazines and blogs, and then fuses them together using skillful photo manipulation techniques. http://www.mylovt.com/ Art, Digital Art.

Misty Morning at The Dark Hedges in County Antrim, Northen Ireland. ~The Dark Hedges is an avenue of 300 year old beech trees. A beautiful place. ~ By Pawel Klarecki on

Manny Robertson- Embroidered Metropolis. ((Each original print is composed of two portraits, one color and one black and white, that have been cut and sewn together by hand.))

Edit // sew two portraits together to create a mixed media piece // Manny Robertson- Embroidered Metropolis. ((Each original print is composed of two portraits, one color and one black and white, that have been cut and sewn together by hand.