This Guy Uses Sunsets as Inspiration for Creative Selfies – Design You Trust

This Guy Uses Sunsets as Inspiration for Creative Selfies

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John Marshall was living in a cabin on Frye Island in Maine when he came up with the idea to create a project called ‘Sunset Selfies.’ He uses cardboard and other household items with the sun as a backdrop to create these cool shadow photos.

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