• Don’t miss other fantastic shots by Frank Machalowski at feature shootA Dark and Majestic Fairy Tale of Animals Lost in the Forest Mist. “Frank Machalowski’s Tierwald hangs heavy with mystery. In the apparent silence of the forest, rendered in delicate greys, great beasts hulk, meeting the gaze of the viewer with apparent lack of concern. The effect is magical realist in character: it evokes tranquility as much as it surprises with its subject matter. Machalowski provokes questions: are these beasts really present? And how? He seems to frame a private moment of magic, crystallising it and passing it forward for the viewer to see.  Having lived near Germany’s famous forest, Teutoburger Wald, for years, Machalowski had spent plenty of time photographing there in the mist. He was “fascinated by the silence and the peaceful atmosphere” and, whilst watching a deer there on one occasion, decided to recreate the splendour of the moment artificially, with more exotic species.”
  • Background on Caleb/Wednesday/Hump Day Posts and Geico’s original commercial: Let’s Hit it Again


  1. Caleb goes all ‘period romantic.’ Love….

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  2. My hump is full…….

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  3. Ah…Caleb has a pensive moment, wondering why the heck he’s in the woods..

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  4. Caleb does look a little lost…

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  5. Reblogged this on It Is What It Is and commented:
    It’s always so good to see you, Caleb!!


  6. It’s all a dream …

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  7. That camel looks lost and out of place today.

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  8. He looks like he needs a break from everything & everyone!

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  9. Ah, alone at last.

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  10. Where did Caleb find the forest? And don’t tell me the Sahara.

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