Feels Familiar!

Sep 24

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Henri Cartier-Bresson
Hibiya District, Tokyo, 1965
Sep 23

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Henri Cartier-Bresson

Hibiya District, Tokyo, 1965

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Sep 23

nowyoukno:

socialjusticekoolaid:

(9.23.14) — Another morning in Amerikkka. Somebody thought it would be fun to desecrate the Mike Brown Memorial early this morning. I… I really can’t even. #staywoke #farfromover

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Here’s a picture of some cops watching the memorial burn although there seemed to be no police at the scene when the fire department arrived.

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Sep 22

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scurviesdisneyblog:

Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs storyboard art
Sep 22

scurviesdisneyblog:

Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs storyboard art

Sep 22

karachiite:

Shah Jahan Mosque, Sindh, Pakistan.

The Shah Jahan Mosque was built in 1647 under the reign of Mughal emperor Shah Jahan. It is located in Thatta, Sindh province, Pakistan. It is included in the UNESCO World Heritage and has been to preserved since its entry.

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Sep 22

shortfilmmasterpieces:

100 Years / Style / East London

Sep 22

duskenpath:

duskenpath:

What a totally normal non pagan garden we have here

Tower hill gardens, Massachusetts

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Purple no. 1  1998
Sep 22

Purple no. 1 
1998

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Sep 21

earloffabulousness:

this movie was a cinematic masterpiece 

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angelicaalzona:

your eggs went bad
Sep 21

angelicaalzona:

your eggs went bad

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nanodash:

This is Alexandrite, it’s also called “emerald by day, ruby by night”
It changes colour based on whether the light source is from the sun or from a candle.
It does this because Alexandrite strongly absorbs yellow light due to chromium ions in its crystal structure, leaving the other colours behind. Light from the Sun emits all colours, but it peaks in the green, and our eyes are most sensitive to green, so in Sunlight Alexandrite is green.
Incandescent lights are things like candles and filament light bulbs. They also emit all colours of light, but they peak far, far into the red, so there’s not nearly as much green or blue, so under those, Alexandrite is red. 
Gemstones are awesome.
Sep 21

nanodash:

This is Alexandrite, it’s also called “emerald by day, ruby by night”

It changes colour based on whether the light source is from the sun or from a candle.

It does this because Alexandrite strongly absorbs yellow light due to chromium ions in its crystal structure, leaving the other colours behind. Light from the Sun emits all colours, but it peaks in the green, and our eyes are most sensitive to green, so in Sunlight Alexandrite is green.

Incandescent lights are things like candles and filament light bulbs. They also emit all colours of light, but they peak far, far into the red, so there’s not nearly as much green or blue, so under those, Alexandrite is red. 

Gemstones are awesome.

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manufactoriel:

by Rita Sarpong
Sep 21

manufactoriel:

by Rita Sarpong

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Sep 21

witchcloak:

in the flesh + art
           caspar david friedrich, wanderer above the sea of fog -  In the far distance, faded mountains rise in the left, gently leveling off into lowland plains in the east. Beyond here, the pervading fog stretches out indefinitely, eventually commingling with the horizon and becoming indistinguishable from the cloud-filled sky.

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thesmithian:



…frost flowers, a strange phenomenon where frost grows from imperfections in the surface ice amid extreme sub-zero temperatures…forming spiky structures that have been found to house microorganisms. In fact, the bacteria found in the frost flowers is much more dense than in the frozen water below it, meaning each flower is essentially a temporary ecosystem, not unlike a coral reef…


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Sep 21

thesmithian:

…frost flowers, a strange phenomenon where frost grows from imperfections in the surface ice amid extreme sub-zero temperatures…forming spiky structures that have been found to house microorganisms. In fact, the bacteria found in the frost flowers is much more dense than in the frozen water below it, meaning each flower is essentially a temporary ecosystem, not unlike a coral reef…

more.

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