inland-delta:

Wallace Smith, illustration from Ben Hecht’s Fantazius Mallare, 1922

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muslim-latina:

plazyer-gif:

the-foxandthe-bodhi:

Oh wow…

The last pic

My dreams look a lot like this.

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lonelyetntomologist:

Cicada, Zammara smaragdina by Andreas Kay on Flickr.

Looks like Turquoise and black agate pietra dura with amber stain glass window

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inneroptics:

Victor Koulbak 
lapetitecole:

Pierre Molinier

adjustedlatitude:

sixpenceee:

Lake View Cemetery: The Haserot Angel 

It’s called the Angel of Death Victorious. Due to an effect of weathering and erosion on the bronze, the statue appears to be weeping black tears at all times. 

LakeView Cemetery in Cleveland, OH, everyone (@spectacleandmirth, patjarrett). 

It’s also on Atlas Obscura.

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mordmardok:

Bear Paw Armor Cuprum Arm Guard, Indo Persian Islamic Empire Dynasty

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photojojo:

For whatever reason, when you combine meticulously arranged items and photography, you get some really compelling images.

Photographer Emily Blincoe has become a master of the art. On her site, Emily documents neatly organized items ranging from colorful foods to different types of fireworks.

Fascinating Images of Neatly Arranged Items

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Cavern (with detail)                                                                                                                   Assemblage on panel                                                                                                                     2014

by Jacob van Loon

slojnotak:

Louis Meijer - Storm in het Nauw van Calais (1819-66)

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mymodernmet:

Atomic Occasions is a voyeuristic, overhead glimpse of women enjoying an isolated moment of privacy. Created by Australia-based photographer Jessica Tremp, each composition is an explosion of floral patterns and textures that seem to perfectly highlight the feminine forms as they relish in their solitude.