July232011
Actors in Role, Yoshitaki

Actors in Role, Yoshitaki

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gaws:

Neal Cassady and Jack Kerouac. 

gaws:

Neal Cassady and Jack Kerouac. 

(via monochromeaddict)

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Kioto ware, George Audsley, From Keramic Art of Japan, 1875

Kioto ware, George Audsley, From Keramic Art of Japan, 1875

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Chinese Silver Lapis Filigree Bracelet

Chinese Silver Lapis Filigree Bracelet

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mexiroccan:

Digging Artist: Francisco Orózco

mexiroccan:

Digging Artist: Francisco Orózco

(via andoniss)

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obliquecity:

mystic—-divinity:

CASCOLY - BABYLONIAN ARCHERS, ASSYRIAN MOSAIC TILES

obliquecity:

mystic—-divinity:

CASCOLY - BABYLONIAN ARCHERS, ASSYRIAN MOSAIC TILES

(Source: pax-caelestis)

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oldbookillustrations:

From Japan : its architecture, art, and art manufactures, by Christopher Dresser, London, 1882.

(Source: archive.org)

oldbookillustrations:

From Japan : its architecture, art, and art manufactures, by Christopher Dresser, London, 1882.

(Source: archive.org)

July222011

nightline:

discoverynews:

jtotheizzoe:

If this humpback whale could speak, it would say “Thank you”

These folks were out on an expedition in the Sea of Cortez when they cam upon a humpback whale who had been badly entangled in a fisherman’s net. She wasn’t going to be able to breathe much longer, as her fins were bound to her body and she was exhausted.

Watch this adventure as they decide to cut her free, foot by foot, finally releasing her from the net. The best part? Although whales can’t talk, they are clearly intelligent, social and emotional. Starting at about 6:30, these boaters get the show of their lives. Clearly, the whale is saying “Thank you”.

“Mommy I know what she’s doing … she’s showing us that she’s all free”

(via SeaMonster)

Captivating video of a group of people saving a whale that was tied up in a fishing net. Humanity can be amazing. Happy Friday!

Blubbering.

July212011
beingindonesian:

Pantai Siung, Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
Inspired by shalluvia.

beingindonesian:

Pantai Siung, Yogyakarta, Indonesia.

Inspired by shalluvia.

(via beingindonesian)

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iheartmyart:

J.F. Willumsen (1863-1958), A Mountain Climber, 1912, Oil on canvas, 210 x 170.5 cm 

iheartmyart:

J.F. Willumsen (1863-1958), A Mountain Climber, 1912, Oil on canvas, 210 x 170.5 cm 

(via searchingforavalon)