I'm Finn, ftm and I like stuff.
Music: The Script, Safetysuit, Jessie J, MyTown, Hawthorne Heights, All American Rejects, The Fray, Hot Chelle Rae, Paramore, Boys Like Girls, Stereophonics, The Wanted, Coldplay
TV: Supernatural, Doctor Who, How I Met Your Mother, Scrubs, NCIS, Psych, Sherlock
Also, I absolutely love Ireland and everything to do with it. If it were a person, I'd marry it.
Rainy days are often dreary, but not in these photographs! 25-year-old Morten Nordstrøm is inspired by the small pools of mirrored water covering the streets after a storm. In his collection, World Seen Through My Eyes, the artist documents the world through beautifully crisp, watery reflections.
Based in Copenhagen, the young photographer captures urban life from a unique perspective. He transforms rows of homes, businesses, and bicycles, both in his hometown and in Paris, into rare cityscapes that blur the lines between real and abstract. He finds the beauty in the diagonal lines and geometric shapes prominent throughout the city.
The abstract works are doubly intriguing as viewers are invited to observe the city both right-side up and upside down, and perspective becomes a matter of choice.
After-sunset long exposure of a pier and the Chesapeake Bay Bridge.
I took this photo last week from behind Hemingway’s Restaurant in Kent Island, on the Eastern Shore, of Maryland. I used a 3.5 minute exposure with my 1000x Neutral Density filter to smooth the water and sky.