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Photo by @kajeh By leaving the camera shutter open for 30 seconds, Kajeh Mehrizi (@kajeh) was able to create this long-exposure light painting with a flashlight and some spur-of-the-moment creativity. “Light painting is very experimental,” he says. “I don’t know what the final result will look like, but the thrill of seeing it is very satisfying.” #WHPspontaneous

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@frosildapolena

2018.01.19. 21:01
Lb

@srsrpi

2018.01.20. 02:14
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@joordii.04

2018.01.20. 10:53
@rcdespanyol

@hanafy5180

2018.01.20. 13:14
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2018.01.20. 14:25
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2018.01.20. 14:36
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2018.01.20. 14:59
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@tekinh0434

2018.01.20. 16:45
Gt

@ireenette

2018.01.20. 17:13
Love lightpainting...just discovered it and I am fascinated by its effects

@ar.ca.di.an

2018.01.20. 17:59
@coexistent I can try

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2018.01.20. 18:15
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2018.01.20. 19:33
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@kontsevichzhenia

2018.01.20. 19:36
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@dagdevirensadettin

2018.01.20. 20:18
Ggh

@frosildapolena

2018.01.20. 20:35
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@frosildapolena

2018.01.20. 20:35
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@sharonjohnson2426

2018.01.20. 20:40
very good

@christinehblfvbrown1968

2018.01.20. 21:21
very good

@alyssauqbyrd1999

2018.01.20. 22:59
wow

@susan_wright1969

2018.01.20. 23:32
very good

@rubygeane

2018.01.21. 00:47
Kool 👍🏾

@zidan_pleci_mania

2018.01.21. 07:17
Folback

@quynh.vo711

2018.01.21. 08:14
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@mrrrifat

2018.01.21. 08:18
Nice

@frosildapolena

2018.01.21. 10:06
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2018.01.21. 10:07
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@abi_knight_06

2018.01.21. 10:14
Mans not hot

@jorcinayy

2018.01.21. 12:08
coooool #how to do that

@bilaldatmi

2018.01.21. 13:19
Affff

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2018.01.21. 14:50
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