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Feb 03
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Akira by Katsuhiro Otomo

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Dec 08
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I am glad there is such a thing as the grave.
— John Keats, Letters (via moonsiren)

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vintagegal:

Christmas postcard c. 1920s

vintagegal:

Christmas postcard c. 1920s

Dec 05
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alessandrogirola:

Gemma Arterton.

alessandrogirola:

Gemma Arterton.

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Dec 04
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sagansense:

What sand really looks like—grains of sand, magnified 

Photographer Gary Greenberg uses a 3D microscope to open our eyes to the microworld — a place where tiny sand grains look like colorful pieces of candy.

In Gary’s talk at TEDxMaui, he explains what we don’t see when we stick our toes in the sea:

"Each sand grain is about a tenth of a millimeter in size. When you look closer, it’s really quite amazing. You have microshells there; coral; fragments of other shells; olivine; bits of volcano; tube worms — an amazing array of incredible things exist in sand. 

When we’re walking along a beach, we’re actually walking along millions of years of biological and geological history. We don’t realize it, but it’s actually a record of that entire ecology. If you look at different sands from different places — every single beach, every single place where you look at sand — they’re different.”

Photos courtesy of Gary Greenberg. See more of Gary’s photography documenting the “microworld” at his website.

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Dec 01
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Nov 30
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blackpaint20:

A Moonlit Winter Landscape
Remigius Adriannus van Haanen 19th Century

blackpaint20:

A Moonlit Winter Landscape

Remigius Adriannus van Haanen
19th Century

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Nov 12
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witchsauce:

“It’s still astonishing to see that film. In fact, when he was doing storyboards for the Ave Maria section of Fantasia (1940) and one of the story people said, ‘You know, I don’t think we’re using the cartoon medium as we should be.’ Walt immediately turned on the guy and said, ‘This is not the cartoon medium, we shouldn’t only be thinking of this as a cartoon, we have worlds to conquer here.’”

- John Canemaker, Author and Historian

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wanderlusteurope:

Reykjavik at night

i want to go back ;(

wanderlusteurope:

Reykjavik at night

i want to go back ;(

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Oct 07
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