Milford Sound in New Zealand

Ahh, another fabulous Friday.  Unfortunately mine is cut a bit short as I've been called into work, so this post will just have to be split in two. Stay tuned for the newest stop motion animation later.  I think you'll like it :)

Before I reveal the photographer of the week, I have a tiny photo inspiration board for everyone this week.  I've been totally into double exposures for the past few months, so here's a few that incorporate the water in them.  With water I of course have to love them! Hope you do to...

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I need to start experimenting with double exposures more.  And just shooting more film in general.  I miss it...

And now, the photographer of the week, who I very pleasantly stumbled across..

James Cooper

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James Cooper is an art photographer living and working in Bermuda.  It’s no wonder that his images continually surround the underwater world – and no, it is far from being about aquatic life.  Instead, Cooper often depicts people in water surrounded by unusual props (horse heads, spray paint, string, etc.) that transforms the underwater world into a very surreal environment.  They are quirky and fun and totally out there, don’t you think? I love them.

Oh and to keep you excited about the stop motion animation I have coming out later today, check out these adorable stop motions for the holidays at

Anthropologie

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Swoon. 

Have a fabulous morning everyone!!