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Guns, weddings?

Coming right up. This photographer, Sergei Ivanov, seems to be going places with photography that haven't been explored before. See, for example, this set. Here is one of his wedding pictures:

Ever seen a wedding picture like that before? Thought not :). Do visit his site - it's a treasure trove of strange and original artwork with some interesting music to accompany your journey into his world. 

Note: I don't often visit Russian websites any more, not since the demise of Allofmp3 anyway, so perhaps the above is only but one of a million examples of such photography - if the internet is riddled with such sites and I am coming late to the party my apologies. 


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