laclefdescoeurs:

The Annual Girandola at the Castel Sant’Angelo, Rome, 1775-76, Joseph Wright of Derby

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extracrispy:

this dude, who ever he is, is pretty cool

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abstractnumbers:

This duck kept staying around us so I took a photo. đŸŒŸ (at Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park)

baruchobramowitz:

In the town of Zator, in southern Poland, a residential courtyard appears to contain little of note.

A subsequent image of paving stones seems to have been taken by mistake, as if the camera’s shutter triggered itself.

And yet the photographer’s curious perspective is deliberate. A paving stone is overturned, and a Jewish gravestone, or matzeva, is unearthed.

selection of photos from the 2012 collection Matzevot for Everyday Use by Ɓukasz Baksik, captions as published by Tablet last year

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visitorblogi:

As Tears Go By, Wong Kar Wai (1988)

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untrustyou:

Amiko Li

nevver:

Walk this way

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1000scientists:

José Lerma
Nathan, 2014
Acrylic and pigmented silicone on glass-less mirror, 72 × 60 in.

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